9.59 Oval Unheated "Classic" Mogok Burma Sapphire

Description
A beautiful no excuses 70% primary color gem blue "Classic" Mogok sapphire with 70 tone back from a collector. This is very rare, a stone with vivid blue color and a lighter tone. Means the stone will never black out and look great in all lights-even bad restaurant lights. The 9.59 is super clean at LI2 clarity grade. That means you cannot see any inclusions with your eyes. The cutting and finish are vastly superior to most gems cut in Mogok. The stone could have been "native cut" and remained over 10 carats. Someone took a serious weight loss for these top cut and finish numbers. The stone has an ideal depth and a high 70%-80% brilliancy. Naturally, the gem is not heated. All these factors go into the Excellent to Very Good or 2.5 TQIR grade. A serious collector piece or amazing stone set in jewelry.


For more information on this gem, call Robert Genis of National Gemstone at 1-800-458-6453 or email rgenis@preciousgemstones.com. Feel free to call or e-mail for specific quotes.

Specifics

Carat Weight:

9.593

Type & Origin:

Natural Burma Sapphire

Certification:

AGL - June 2, 2000

Shape & Cut:

Oval

Measurements:

12.61 x 11.11 x 7.70 mm

Color/Tone:

4/70

Color Rating/Tone:

4/70

Color Scan:

Blue 70, Violet 15, Green 15

Clarity:

LI2

Cutting:

Very Good-Good (3-4)

Depth:

69.3%

Average Brilliancy:

70-80%

Finish:

Very Good-Good (3-4)

TQIR:

Excellent-Very Good (2.5)

Clarity Enhancement/Treatment:

None

Price:

US$25,000 per carat or US$239,750 total, including shipping and handling in the United States and the original AGL Colored Stone Grading Report.
 
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