Women's heart is as deep as the ocean. The Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond, a fancy, deep grayish blue diamond, was discovered in India in the century. It was purchased by London-based jeweler Laurence Graff in
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RARE GEMSTONE: PINK FLUORITE - 221 CT. Gilgit, Pakistan Pink Fluorite is a relatively uncommon color for this multi-hued mineral, occurring chiefly in cavities high in the Alps. The last decade or so has seen similar specimens starting to appear from the same mountain type environment in Pakistan
Heart of Planet This stunning gemstone was cut from spodumene rough mined from the Mawi Mine located in Laghman, NW, Nuristan Province in Afghanistan. The crystal was mined over 30 years ago and has been hiding in a private collection until just this p
Montana sapphires are some of the rarest of the corundum family; this unique color of blue is fairly common with Montana sapphires, although there is an entire spectrum from Red to Green to Purple. (Sapphires and aquamarine.
Emke Mine, Ongangja, Seeis, Khomas Region, Namibia This rare gemstone is a companion piece to Lot 87011 on an earlier section of this auction. All large gemstones of this mineral are most likely derived from this one-time-
Spessartite oval, Garnet is untreated, so color & clarity is as nature created.
Smoky Quartz, 49,78 ct, This stone has a true "smoky" color, reminiscent of top Swiss Smoky Quartz specimens. It's a rather large gem considering that it weighs nearly 50 carats and the fact that it is virtually eye clean makes it that much more impressive. To top it all off, the stone has a dazzling "Concave Spinning Trillion" cut which is unlike any cut I have ever seen. #joias #engagementrings #jewelry #chocker #opal