GIA Certed Sapphire, 1.87ct, in a shape seldom seen in Sapphire, a nice slightly elongated emerald cut. Very vivid Pinkish Red or Reddish Pink
and should cert in Europe/Asia as a Ruby, but border line here in the US. GIA states it is a Sapphire of Purplish Pink, as noted
we see more red perhaps than purple, but as in all gemstones, color is based on the light viewed under!
As with many certs, the photo doesn't do the color justice and does show more purple in that photo. Also, the pdf maybe show a
photo differently in color depending on the the device and codecs for color being used.
All That Glitters knows the cutter who purchased the rough, faceted it and then heated it at low temp to
remove a dot of blue that was present. (blgj-23-01) $6,171
Until recently, I hadn't seen this color Sapphire in all the years in the trade, and after 42 years, some
of this color in Sapphire is making an appearance. This is said to have come from Sri Lanka and is also said to be
unheated. Some teals are coming from Tanzania, but this color is a medium robins egg blue. Only two pieces had decent cutting to
make it into our inventory, but we couldn't pass these two up due to the color! Unique Color, Sapphire, Unheated - a Give-a-Way at this
(rgems-23-01a) Round, 1.46ct - $1,460
(rgems-23-01b) Oval, 1.63ct - $1,630
*** Two Fine Large Round Blue Sapphires! ***
Both Lively with Great Color and Life - Not Overly Dark Like Many Out There
Rounds in this Size are Not Common
A - Fine glowing blue 2.40ct Round Sapphire from Sri Lanka. Priced at the wholesale prices seen in Tucson 2023. (ajay-23-01) $6,900
Long Term HOLD!(MB)
B - Deep Blue 2.60ct Round Sapphire from Thailand, most likely from the famous mining area of Chantaburi/Trat.
Larger Rounds are not common in Sapphire due to the shape of the crystal. This is most likely heated, as most Sapphire,
Ruby, Aquamarine, Tanzanite, Tourmaline and other gemstones are routinely heated to either improve the color, clarity
or both. Prices for fine gemstones like this have been increasing dramatically. We were able to obtain this one at a
decent price due to our contacts, knowledge and just dogged persistence in seeking out a few Nice Round Blue Sapphires - the rounds make wonderful center stones for rings, especially engagement rings as that is currently a trend - colored gemstones vs. diamonds for engagement rings. We have NUMEROUS Fine Quality Colored Gemstones that would make the perfect Engagement Ring if you are not interested in Blue or Sapphire.
Would be a wonderful ring for a man or woman - a few small white diamonds would just add to it.
Perhaps you can find a design in the All That Glitters Jewelers Showcase or create something custom using
All That Glitters Custom Goldsmiths. (Our goal is to save you at least 30% off the cost of the retail price of a
setting/mounting!) (gbcf-23-01) Contact Us for Pricing. (Video available upon request)
One of the top three large round blue Sapphires we have had in inventory over our 42 years
in business. A beauty from Sri Lanka/Ceylon and weighs a whopping 3.96cts - just under 4cts! Measures just over
9mm in diameter. Color glows under the right lights. Lively and impressive. Difficult to obtain photos showing the
true saturation/tone - appears darker in person than the photo and video, but there is no missing this and someone is going to
be extremely happy to have such a fine large round blue Sapphire in the future. We sold a "some what similar"
Sapphire in 2022 - this is slightly larger. Like the other two purchased in the past, this was a tough purchase, taking
a few days and then some negotiations. (avjwl-23-01) $23,760
*** Montana Sapphires! ***
A - Beautiful 2.39ct Deep Powder Blue Montana Sapphire in a Hexagon-like Shape, which is frequently the shape
of the natural crystal found. Masterfully Faceted by an AGTA Award Winning Cutter, whose work is withing museums.
He bought the rough and faceted it and this should be unheated. Using a loupe and looking internally into this gem,
one would agree this is unheated. A fine example of MT Sapphire, fairly large for this material and priced incredibly
low for this size, color, location, gemstone species, and the fact that is it unheated and faceted by an incredible cutter!
(cgc-23-01) Contact Us for Pricing
B - A Round Montana Sapphire weighing 1.07ct - hard to determine to the color, but it can be variations
of blue depending on the lights, perhaps a grey blue. Faceted in the U.S. from rough we obtained in the past, it does have some
inclusions seen using a loupe, but it is very brilliant and sparkles nicely, which hides any isssues. Priced to move or for anyone
who would like to have a Montana Sapphire and not have to spend thousands....(jkiln-17a-01) $635
Bluish Purple to Purple depending on the lighting and wavelengths available,
this 1.52ct Trilliant Sapphire could be a color shifing Sapphire. Very Brilliant and Eye Catching and
catches the light even under low light levels. Most people think that Sapphires are blue, but they come
in every color with the exception of red (which would then be called Ruby). Ruby and Sapphire are the same mineral,
Corundum and it is the percentage of red in the gem that determines whether it would be a Ruby or Sapphire.
Most Sapphire now-a-days is heated, just like most Aquamarine, Tanzanite, Tourmaline and other gemstones.
This heat might be natural or perhaps under controlled lab condtions. This is a Natural Sapphire, possibly heated,
origin is most likely Sri Lanka (Ceylon) or Madagascar.
(egpl-23-01) Contact Us for Pricing.
Nice 1.33ct Orange UNHEATED Sapphire, not a common color! (awa-20-03) Contact Us for Pricing.
1.46ct Rosey Orangy Sapphire. Very high chance it could cert as a Padparadscha. Dichroscope shows Orange and Pinkish colors.
(Poor color rendition in photo) (awa-20-02) New Price $3,100
Unheated 1.17ct Sapphire, certed as a Pad from foreign lab.
(Poor color rendition in photo) Believe that we saw Purple and an Orangy color in the dichroscope. Though
certed abroad as a Pad, we would just call this a uniquely colored Unheated Sapphire and at a good price for an Unheated
Not the best photo, but the color is pretty accurate to what the eye sees. A a nice looking 1.64ct Pinkish Orange Sapphire,
with a cert indicating it is a Padparadscha. Unheated. Some labs have more leeway on Pad certs and everyone wants a Pad because of the rarity and
high price! Though the color is a pinkish orange and one does see both pink and orange when using a dichroscope, we feel that it would most
likely cert as a Pad from GIA - but no guarantees. (emgex-20-01b) $4,264
1.83ct UNHEATED Oval Sapphire (GIA Certed) of a unique color that would best be described as a pink with just some orange
overtones, salmony to some extent. (The dichroscope does show both orange and pink, but the pink predomninates.) The photo does this gemstone no justice, as the color
cannot truly be captured. GIA describes the color as a purplish pink, but depending on the lights, the secondary hue we believe varies
either showing the slight purple in the cert as described or perhaps taking on that hint of orange. A great color regardless of how is it
described AND it is also unheated! (Madagascar) (egpl-19-04) $6,314
A 2.42ct Montana Sapphire of a blue-green color, faceted in the U.S. We obtained the rough directly from a miner
in Montana, and it was a light green. Upon cutting it, it seems as if we are pulling in some color from the other axis or there
may be some zoning. The eye blends this more vs. the closeup/magnification of the photo. It can be described as a green blue or
blue green. For an American gemstone and a Sapphire, this is priced to move at only $2,900. (bng-19-02)
1.38ct Neony Deep Bubble Gum Pink with lots of pizzazz/sparkle. (btree-19-01) $2,175
Unheated Purple Sapphire Oval of 1.81cts. Difficult to photograph and seeing some blue depending on lights, but it is mostly
a purple similar to commercial grade Amethyst - some of the facets show this color as shown in the photo. Consider the body color to be this color of purple.
Photo doesn't do this justice. Some inclusions under power, including needles and some voids break the surface on one of the facets on
the pavilion similar to a diamond, trying to conserve weight and leaving naturals....Origin is Madagascar. (mfg-19-01) $2,816
2.03ct Square Sapphire of an interesting Dusty Red Salmon/Reddisn Bronze color.
The color is very unique in that it does shift and you can watch it change while walking from being under one
light source to another. For those who like unusual as well as beautiful, this UNHEATED Gem is for you.
(If you don't like having to explain to people who ask what the gemstone is that you are wearing, then his Sapphire is not for you, as we guarantee
people seeing it will be asking exactly that question, which is the norm with All That Glitters Gemstones in general!)
This Sapphire hails from Madagascar, which has been producing some killer gems at times, and this is one of them!
(Less than $1900/ct for this Sapphire, a Uniquely Colored One and it is Unheated...Pricing doesn't
get better than this!...)
A - A very deep blue Sapphire trilliant weighing 2.17cts. One can see green flashes of color under
bright lights. (Madagascar) (egpl-19-05) $2,955
B - An interesting piece for a collection or perhaps pendant, this large slice of a Sapphire crystal (13.59cts)
shows deep blue, beige, black and various colors when held up to bright lights. (Mozambique) (lcrst-19-01) $749
Don't think much has to be said about this Montana Sapphire, as the picture can speak for itself...
This is a U.S. Gemstone and faceted in the U.S. by a cutter known for his cutting of Montana Sapphires.
The rough came from El Dorado Bar and was cut in this beautiful hexagon and weighs a whopping 2.86cts.
Color is various blues depending on the lighting being viewed under. This is a must have for those seeking
an American Sapphire from an important location and the superb cutting and fine color just adds to the desirability.
Parti-Colored Sapphire, a Green and Blue Mix. This 2.41ct Trilliant has a base color of blue,
but also has yellow which mixes and produces some green highlights. It has the main appearance of blue when viewed, but if
one looks closely, one can see the green highlights. The green and blue do mix to give a unique color blue that the Sri Lankans
call Green Sapphire - but most would describe it as a variation of a blue. (egpl-18-03) $4,157
Note: Magnification and bright lighting is required to
photograph gemstones. Some inclusions may be visible
under these circumstances. You are viewing photographs as
if you were using a loupe or microscope - not your unaided eye.
Under normal conditions, these inclusions may not be
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"...the fact remains that the gem has become my favorite as soon as I opened the box.
The appraiser gave the retail price around 15K which I am happy about; but for me, appraisal is only for insurance
and the identificaion purposes..."
YH - Yardley, PA (Item purchased at $8,000; appraised at $15,000!)
"Just wanted to drop a line to tell you I am so very pleased with the Sapphire Pair --
gorgeous medium-blue and so sparkly -- and they have quite a lot of presence for the carat weight/mm size. They exhibit in
fact the blue color and sapphire performance I prefer in my blue sapphires, which is not easy find at all, so I treasure
this pair all the more."
MM - NYC, NY
"Thank you so much all is well, we got the stone last night and its amazing!
Can't wait to take it to a jeweller in the next few days :)"