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2.39 Oval "Classic" Mogok Unheated Burma Sapphire

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INFORMATION
2.39 Oval
CARAT WEIGHT:2.39
TYPE & ORIGIN:Natural Burma Sapphire
CERTIFICATION:AGL - April 16, 1996
SHAPE & CUT:Oval
MEASUREMENTS: 8.35 x 6.65 x 4.91 mm
COLOR/TONE: 4/80
ECA:3.5
COLOR RATING/TONE: 4/80
COLOR SCAN: Blue 70, Violet 15, Green 15
CLARITY:MI1-MI2
CUTTING:Very Good-Good (3-4)
DEPTH:73.8%
AVERAGE BRILLIANCY:70%
FINISH:Good (4-5)
TQIR:Very Good (3.5)
HEAT ENHANCEMENT:None
PRICE: US$7700. per carat or US$18,403,720. total, including USPS shipping and handling in the United States and the original AGL Colored Stone Grading Report.
NGC COMMENTS
A nice two carat "Classic" Mogok no heat Burma sapphire. The color is a desirable, intense blue color at 70% blue. The tone is 80, which means the stone is a rich color. The gem is MI1-MI2 clarity grade which proves the stone is Burma and no heat. The gem has been recut several times to obtain high numbers for a gem from Mogok. The depth is ideal at 73.8% with a high 70% brilliancy. 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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IMAGE DISCLOSURE
The 2.39 oval "Classic" Mogok unheated "Classic Burma" sapphire was shot in natural daylight with a Sony Digital Cyber Shot.

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