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  • 2001-02A


    Orange-Yellow Grossular Garnet from Namibia. What a juicy color!

  • 1401-01E


    Very clean, all-natural Colombian Emerald done in a classic Emerald design.

  • 1401-01C


    All-natural Colombian stone - light color.

  • 1001-04d


    This uncooked natural parti-colored Sapphire from Nigeria is cut in a unique fancy Freeform Barion design. This gem shows sky blue in the center with yellow toward the ends. The colors shift around as the angle of view changes.

  • 1001-04c


    This uncooked natural Sapphire from Nigeria is cut in a unique fancy Freeform Barion design. This gem shows deep, velvety-blue color throughout - which is very difficult to find in untreated material!

  • P-013


    This is the rarest of garnets. Emerald wishes it was this color. This stone was custom cut in an original design and displays desirable horsetail inclusions under a 20-x loupe.

  • P-071


    Natural Brazillian Amethyst cut in my Linda Kate's Old Mine Omni design. This is a really classic presentation of a gem.

  • P-060


    Color-change Sapphire from the mountains of Columbia.

  • 901-03a


    Gorgeous Demantoid Garnet from Namibia in my original "Easy OMNI Oval" design.

  • 901-22


    Natural Amethyst cut with a hand-carved crown and flat-faceted pavilion, this stone moves light around like purple liquid. This is a one-of-a-kind original piece.

  • 901-31


    Awesome huge golden Scapolite from Africa, cut in my Barion Bow design.

  • 551-04D


    Natural Aquamarine in a classic Emerald design.

  • 2001-02E


    Andradite Garnet from Namibia. I cut this one as a demonstration stone during Boot Camp, 2009.

  • 101-63


    This stone has an unusual color. The lively Portuguese cut conceals some included bubbles well at most viewing angles.

  • 101-51


    Fine, clean, Aquamarine from Pakistan in a long "pencil-style" cut (like a stretched Emerald), this stone catches the eye, and is waiting to become the centerpiece of your pendant!

    This gem was finished with my Voodoo Polish.

  • F-0248


    Oregon Sunstone with schiller married to Lapis from Afghanistan. The colors of each enhances the other.

  • P-017


    Beautiful parti-colored Australian Sapphire.

  • 2001-05M


    Natural blue Sapphire from Africa in a nice unstacked SRB that increases scintillation.

  • 2001-05J


    Natural, untreated Sapphire from Africa (Tanzania) in a nice denim-blue color. Whose eyes does this one match?

  • 2001-05H


    Nice little African Sapphire with a slightly greenish velvety cornflower blue color. This stone has a single small flaw not visible without scrutiny.

  • S-0321


    This natural, untreated greenish-blue beaut hails from Australia where it was mined by my good friends Stephen and Maureen.

  • 2001-05C


    Natural, untreated Sapphire from Africa (Tanzania) in a juicy purple color.

  • 2001-05B


    This natural African Sapphire shows a very nice vivid purple color in incandescant light, changing to a nice greenish-blue in daylight and under some fluorescent lights. Very good, strong color change.

  • 2001-05A


    Natural, untreated Sapphire from Africa (Tanzania) that makes a great color shift from this nice purple in incandescent light to a greenish-blue under natural light.