National Gemstone

2.12 Emerald Cut Unheated Burma Sapphire

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INFORMATION
2.12 Emerald Cut Unheated Burma Sapphire
CARAT WEIGHT:2.12
TYPE & ORIGIN:Natural Burma Sapphire
CERTIFICATION:AGL - July 26, 1996
SHAPE & CUT:Emerald
MEASUREMENTS: 8.40 x 5.64 x 4.25 mm
COLOR/TONE: 3.5/85
COLOR RATING/TONE: 3-4/85-90
COLOR SCAN: Blue 70, Violet 15, Green 15
CLARITY:LI2
CUTTING:Good (5)
DEPTH:75.2%
AVERAGE BRILLIANCY:70%
FINISH:Good (5)
TQIR:Very Good (3.5)
HEAT ENHANCEMENT:None
PRICE: US$8000. per carat or US$16,960. total, including USPS shipping and handling in the United States and the original AGL Colored Stone Grading Report.
NGC COMMENTS
An ultra rare two carat emerald cut no heat Burma sapphire. Try to find one of these if you are looking. Practically impossible. This is an old stone back from a collector. The color is a desirable, saturated blue color at 70% blue. The tone is 85, which means the stone is a rich, intense color. The gem is LI2 clarity grade which means you cannot see any inclusions with your eyes. The depth is ideal at 75.2% with a high 70% brilliancy. The cutting and finish are good. Signed by Cap Beesley. This gem would be beautiful mounted or a great gemstone for a collector.

For more information on this gem, call Robert Genis of National Gemstone at 1-800-458-6453 or email rgenis@preciousgemstones.com. Please note we presently have an excellent inventory of unheated Mogok Burma rubies and Mogok sapphires. Feel free to call or e-mail for specific quotes.

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The 2.12 emerald cut unheated Burma sapphire was shot in natural daylight with a Sony Digital Cyber Shot.

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