Sapphire - Pink and Multi-Color
A hot pink unheated "Classic" Mogok Burma with light tone. Color/Scan Reference: 296 represents the transition point between ruby and pink sapphire. Due to the rutile in the gem, the stone has a sleepy look so many collectors desire. We could heat the stone and make it more lively, by that seems counter-productive. The gemstone has typical Mogok Burmese proportions and finish. Good brilliancy and the depth of 65% makes the stone looks larger than it's 1.50 size. An inexpensive gemstone if you want an unheated Burma with an AGL report and would look fantastic mounted. Click here for more information.
An oval 3.15 purplish pink unheated natural Sapphire. The stone has a real "electric" magenta color. The stone is obviously Lightly Included (LI). You can see a small natural on the back. It only has a GIA ID report without country of origin. We believe the stone is Ceylon, not Burma. Many collectors collect different source countries, if the material is top echelon. This stone fits that requirement. The stone is slightly deep at 84% but has super high brilliancy of approximately 90-100%. The gemstone has very good proportions and finish. An inexpensive gemstone per carat compared an unheated Burma. Would also look awesome mounted. Click here for more information.
An old 20 year parcel from a Burma collector. No heat. Each gem is approximately 1 and 1/2 carats. Bright, vivid colors in round and oval shapes. All the gems are cut well with high brilliancy and eye clean. Perfect for a collector on a budget. A jewelry buyer could also mix and match these stones in various mountings. Note: We have not submitted these stones to AGL for grading. All information is NGC's opinion only. Click here for more information.