7.71 Oval Unheated Burma Sapphire
|TYPE & ORIGIN:||Natural Burma Sapphire|
|CERTIFICATION:||AGL - March 15, 2001|
|SHAPE & CUT:||Oval|
|MEASUREMENTS:||10.99 x 10.10 x 7.70 mm|
|COLOR SCAN:||Blue 70, Violet 15, Green 15|
|PRICE:|| US$15,000. per carat or US$115,650. total, including USPS shipping and handling in the United States and the original AGL Colored Stone Grading Report..|
One of a handful of gemstones with an Excellent Total Quality Integration Rating (TQIR). Top 3.5 color because it's 70% primary color and tone of 80. Which means the stone is a strong vivid blue. The 7.71 is clean at LI2-MI1 clarity grade. That means you probably cannot see any inclusions with your eyes. The cutting and finish are typical for a stone cut in Mogok. The stone has an ideal depth and a high 80% brilliancy. Naturally, the gem is not heated or clarity enhanced. All these factors go into the Excellent or 1.5 TQIR grade. A serious collector piece.
For more information on this gem, call Robert Genis of National Gemstone at 1-800-458-6453 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
View the 7.71 unheated Burma sapphire's American Gemological Laboratory Colored Gemstone Grading Report.
Learn about the American Gemological Laboratory Colored Gemstone Grading Report
Learn about Burma Sapphire:
- THE GEMSTONE FORECASTER, VOL. 21, #3, Fall, 2003
- THE GEMSTONE FORECASTER, VOL. 19, #1, Spring, 2001
- THE GEMSTONE FORECASTER, VOL. 17, #4, Winter, 1999
- THE GEMSTONE FORECASTER, VOL. 17, #2, Summer, 1999
- THE GEMSTONE FORECASTER, VOL. 15, #3, Fall, 1997
- THE GEMSTONE FORECASTER, VOL. 15, #2, Summer, 1997
- THE GEMSTONE FORECASTER, VOL. 14, #2, Summer, 1996
- THE GEMSTONE FORECASTER, VOL. 13, #4, Winter, 1995
- HOW TO COLLECT GEMS FOR FUN AND PROFIT: Part Two
The 7.71 unheated Burma sapphire was shot in natural daylight with a Sony Digital Mavica-FD90.
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