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Shiny_Rock
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This thread is a 2.55ct Jedi spinel .A flame-red spinel as a contrast to show that the Jedi spinel has no dark side. Another contrast is between the Jedi spinel and the common pigeon blood red spinel.
Through comparison, we can see the characteristics of the real Jedi spinel: the color is very rich and bright pink-red or red, there is no dark field when viewed from multiple viewing angles, and the red color can be well in a dark environment.

2.55ct Jedi Spinel from Burma

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Comparison of 2.55ct Jedi Spinel and 2ct Flame Red Spinel from Burma
Jedi spinel and flame red spinel are very close when viewed from the front, but from multiple viewing angles, it can be found that there is no obvious dark area in the Jedi, but the flame red spinel has obvious dark areas except for the front view.

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2.55ct Jedi spinel and pigeon blood red spinel contrast, another bright spinel is Mansin neon pink red spinel
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ItsMainelyYou

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2.55ct Jedi Spinel from Burma

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Absolutely beautiful.
This is the spinel type of my fondest dream.
I just want the one-right around this size; but the cost is so prohibitive now for me, I'm not sure it will ever happen.
 

fredflintstone

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This thread is a 2.55ct Jedi spinel .A flame-red spinel as a contrast to show that the Jedi spinel has no dark side. Another contrast is between the Jedi spinel and the common pigeon blood red spinel.
Through comparison, we can see the characteristics of the real Jedi spinel: the color is very rich and bright pink-red or red, there is no dark field when viewed from multiple viewing angles, and the red color can be well in a dark environment.

2.55ct Jedi Spinel from Burma

DSC_3031.jpg DSC_3032.jpg DSC_3036.jpg DSC_3054.jpg
DSC_3026.jpg

Comparison of 2.55ct Jedi Spinel and 2ct Flame Red Spinel from Burma
Jedi spinel and flame red spinel are very close when viewed from the front, but from multiple viewing angles, it can be found that there is no obvious dark area in the Jedi, but the flame red spinel has obvious dark areas except for the front view.

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2.55ct Jedi spinel and pigeon blood red spinel contrast, another bright spinel is Mansin neon pink red spinel
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Pretty stones but the extinction is due to the cut on the flame red. The cutting proportions are much better on the Jedi. Nice though!
 

VividRed

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Also seeing your other threads, You must have the best spinel collection I have seen. How long have you been collecting?
 

Anatolie Popa

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I'm interested in jedi spinel to purchase can you help please with information from who or where I can get a gemstone please...
 

Kapuni

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This thread is a 2.55ct Jedi spinel .A flame-red spinel as a contrast to show that the Jedi spinel has no dark side. Another contrast is between the Jedi spinel and the common pigeon blood red spinel.
Through comparison, we can see the characteristics of the real Jedi spinel: the color is very rich and bright pink-red or red, there is no dark field when viewed from multiple viewing angles, and the red color can be well in a dark environment.

2.55ct Jedi Spinel from Burma

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Comparison of 2.55ct Jedi Spinel and 2ct Flame Red Spinel from Burma
Jedi spinel and flame red spinel are very close when viewed from the front, but from multiple viewing angles, it can be found that there is no obvious dark area in the Jedi, but the flame red spinel has obvious dark areas except for the front view.

DSC_3092.jpg DSC_3093.jpg DSC_3101.jpg DSC_3103.jpg DSC_3106.jpg DSC_3109.jpg DSC_3119.jpg DSC_3133.jpg


2.55ct Jedi spinel and pigeon blood red spinel contrast, another bright spinel is Mansin neon pink red spinel
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No I see my Burma Jedi is not true Jedi. What color would you call this it is like this when outside or overcast. 8D0CCA28-7D50-4F10-80C4-082BAFEA0201.jpeg
 

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No I see my Burma Jedi is not true Jedi. What color would you call this it is like this when outside or overcast. 8D0CCA28-7D50-4F10-80C4-082BAFEA0201.jpeg

I have drawn white circle for the spinel of this color. I have marked the Jedi in the picture for comparison.This is a nice pinkish-red color, but not real Jedi ,because Not bright enough and Lack of neon feeling
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Kapuni

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I have drawn white circle for the spinel of this color. I have marked the Jedi in the picture for comparison.This is a nice pinkish-red color, but not real Jedi ,because Not bright enough and Lack of neon feeling
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Thank you so much
 

kindred

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I have drawn white circle for the spinel of this color. I have marked the Jedi in the picture for comparison.This is a nice pinkish-red color, but not real Jedi ,because Not bright enough and Lack of neon feeling
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Amazing! Are those all yours?
 

landscape

Shiny_Rock
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A newly arrived 1.64ct Jedi spinel according to the AIGS standard, the color is similar to the one circled in the AIGS standard
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fredflintstone

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Don't usually comment on people's personal stones here, but that is an exceptional Spinel.
 

Neptune

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AMAZING gems! Do you mind posting a profile shot of your new arrival, like this, pls?

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Arcadian

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That last one made me say words that shouldn't be uttered in polite company :oops2:
:kiss2: :kiss2: :kiss2:

Gorgeous!
 

JewelledEscalators

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A newly arrived 1.64ct Jedi spinel according to the AIGS standard, the color is similar to the one circled in the AIGS standard
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Absolutely stunning :kiss2::kiss2::kiss2:

This is what I personally think of when people say Jedi spinel - a kind of neon orangish red (though I know more pinkish ones are also called Jedi) - are stones this colour also referred to as flame spinels? EDIT: I've now seen your earlier comment about flame spinels vs jedi spinels so please ignore this comment.

Do you mind disclosing where you got this from (or not :D - it's up to you).

Do you not set any or most of your stones? If so, what do you do, take out your gem jars periodically to admire them, then put them away again?
 
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