DescriptionSince unheated Burma and Kashmir sapphires are becoming so difficult to obtain, it makes sense to diversify with other sources. Since 95%+ of all Ceylons are heated, this is a rare gem. This is a collector's stone back for liquidation. The gemstone is a 4.5 color with an (ECA) of 4, or the stone is a split grade of 4.25. Since the TQIR is 3.5, the final grade is 3.75. The gem is 65% blue and perfect 75 tone. This stone never blacks out. The MI1 is primarily rutile (evidence of no heat). Perfect depth and good proportions, finish, and high brilliancy. This stone may be an excellent diversification for an unheated gemstone collection or a serious piece mounted in jewelry. A fine gemstone priced under the market.
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