- Apr 22, 2017
I'd call them skin-polished cabs!
I dont know if they also go under cabs? Sometimes when I find nicely shaped highly alluvial rough, eyeclean and of well saturated color I just polish the surface or let them even be unpolished. Like in those two examples. Ruby just polished, sapphire (still) virginaly untouched as nature had laid him in the gravels.The ruby usually would be heated to let the blue zones disappear. There are many blue lines in different thikness ordered to something look like a pine tree. All lines are ordered in ">>>>" such a way.
Thank you! The pear cuts are ammonite, labradorite, and amethyst. The smaller pear cab is tanzanite. The teeny tiny blue oval and round ones are hauyne.Hi and welcome! what are we looking at?