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  • 1001-02f


    This Sphene from Afghanistan is a bright golden yellow with some apple-green overtones. Typical of the material, this gem is highly dispersive, looking much like a canary diamond...

  • 1001-02D


    Deep Chrome diopside in a standard emerald cut. This stone is a dark, rich color that nearly hides the flaw at one end.

  • 451-05a


    Nigerian Aquamarine, in my unique I'll be Around, Too cut.

  • 551-01A


    Incredible dispersive Fabulite in a custom cut!

  • 902-32


    This stone sports huge sparkle - Nobody ever believes that it was cut from a projector lens.

  • P-008


    A certified-natural Sapphire from Australia

  • 1001-03H


    From the mine of our friends Stephen and Maureen - a teal-colored fancy reflector checker-top gem. This stone flashes teal from every direction, and the rounded crown would make it ideal for a ring for a man or a woman.

  • F-0473


    Schiller Sunstone and black Onyx doublet

  • 101-35


    This is a cut of my design "Gaijin" in a "needle glass".

  • 101-21


    Standard Round Brilliant in rock Quartz I cut all the way back in 2001.

  • 1001-02C


    Chrome Diopside

  • F-0251


    Oregon Sunstone with strong schiller flash doubleted to Basonite collected at the same location in Rabbit Basin, Oregon. The black backing really enhances the schiller flash.

  • F-0263


    Oregon Sunstone with a hint of schiller crowns Australian precious with intense green and pink pinfire.

  • 2001-05G


    Nice little African Sapphire with great medium-light cornflower blue color.

  • 2001-05E


    This African (Tanzanian) Sapphire has a great deep velvety-blue color. It was cut across the optic axis, so a splash of green cuts across the table creating an interesting cat-eye-like effect.

  • 2001-03B


    Nice medium golden material from the Pamir mountains in Tajikistan.

  • 2001-03A


    Nice dark golden Clinohumite from the Pamir mountains in Tajikistan.

  • 2001-02D


    Demantoid from Iran showing horsetail inclusions. I cut this as a demonstration stone during one of the Faceting Academy courses.

  • 2001-02A


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

  • 1401-01C


    All-natural Colombian stone - light color.

  • 551-04D


    Natural Aquamarine in a classic Emerald design.

  • 101-63


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

  • 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.