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  • 1001-03F


    Natural, untreated blue-green Sapphire mined by my friends in Australia.

  • 1001-01A


    Natural Brazilian Amethyst, polished with my XXX Professional Polishes.

  • 352-02A


    Juicy Pink Tourmaline from Nigeria in my unique "I'll be Around, Too design".

  • 101-53


    Dark Red/Rootbeer Tourmaline from Nigeria faceted in my Julia's Joy 365 design. This is a very large and clean stone for a bargain price!

    This gem was finished with my Voodoo Polish.

  • P-029


    Natural (heat only, no diffusion) orange Sapphire from the mountains of Columbia

  • 352-04A


    Beautiful light-medium Brazillian Amethyst in my Checkerboard OMNI Oval design

  • 2001-06F


    This uncooked natural Sapphire from Nigeria in an SRB shows a nice deep lavender-blue color throughout.

  • 2001-06B


    Very pretty natural blue Sapphire from Africa cut in an unstacked SRB to show-off scintillation.

  • 2001-05Q


    Natural color-change Sapphire from Africa - This stone has a medium color-change.

  • 2001-05P


    A really fine natural Purple Sapphire from Africa.

  • 2001-05N


    Natural blue Sapphire from Africa - unstacked SRB showing off scintillation.

  • 1401-01D


    All-natural Columbian stone with better than average clarity and good geometry.

  • 1401-01A


    All-natural Brazilian Emerald in a classic Emerald design.

  • 101-64


    Single needle inclusion isolated in White Topaz. As you can see in the left-hand image, the needle terminates below the table, which, due to orientation of the needle, had to be polished on-cleavage.

    This gem was finished with my Voodoo Polish.

  • 101-55


    Nice Coke-bottle-green color Fluorite (origin unknown), cut into a standard Oval design. This pice has a nice polish, and fluoresces a nice royal blue, giving a really beautiful display under natural light!

  • Per-08


  • 2001-06E


    This uncooked natural Sapphire from Nigeria in an SRB shows a nice deep lavender-blue color throughout.

  • 2001-06c


    This uncooked natural Sapphire from Nigeria in a standard round brilliant shows beautiful velvety-blue color throughout - very difficult to find in untreated material!

  • 2001-05O


    This little African Sapphire is so juicy that in some light it will be mistaken for a Ruby!

  • 1001-03A


    African Sapphire has some inclusions and flaws, but faces up in a nice greenish blue color (much bluer than the photo).

    Here's a chance to catch an interesting stone for a bargain price.

  • 1001-02A


    Juicy orange Spessartite "Mandarin" garnet from Afghanistan. This piece is pretty heavily included, as is typical of this origin. The color is so intense that you hardly notice, though.

  • P-011


    Huge, clean, Kelly-green Verdelite Tourmaline in my unique cut.

  • 2001-07A


    Pretty intense pink Oregon Sunstone from my mine. I cut this as a demonstration stone during the 2011 Faceting Academy

  • 2001-02C


    This is the rarest of garnets. Emerald wishes it was this color. This stone displays desirable horsetail inclusions under a 20-x loupe.