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  • 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.

  • 2001-03C


    Lilac tanzanite in a standard round brilliant cut. Minor flaws do not detract from this one's sparkle.

  • 2001-02Q


    Arizona Peridot cut in an SRB as a demonstration stone during Boot Camp, 2009.

  • 2001-02B


    Medium-green color, somewhat included. Horse-tail inclusions.

  • 2001-01A


    Nice bright stone for natural Emerald

  • 101-26


    Calcite collector's stone.

  • 101-14


    This standard round brilliant cut was done around a needle inclusion in the glass. The needle runs from the tip of the culet to the center of the table. When the stone is viewed straight-on, the needle is reflected in every facet!

  • 1001-03I


    Dark Pink Sapphire from the mountains of Columbia - a mine no longer producing due to guerrilla activity. This stone is almost a full carat, and though it shows chevrons at some angles, it is still quite pretty - and a bargain. It is one of only two pinks that I acquired from this mineā€¦

  • 1001-03F


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

  • 1001-01B


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

  • 1001-01A


    Natural Brazilian Amethyst, polished with my XXX Professional Polishes.

  • F-0249


    Oregon Sunstone with schiller bars, married to Afghani Lapis to bring out the color and beauty of both stones.

  • F-0469


    Oregon Sunstone wish schiller glow enhanced by an onyx doublet backing.

  • F-0474


    Oregon Sunstone & Onyx Doublet

  • F-0466


    Beautiful, rich natural Oregon Sunstone Cabochon with a nice glowing schiller flash.

  • 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!

  • F-0464


    Beautiful Sunstone schiller doublet with genuine Lapis.

  • 2001-07A


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