ITEM #: R4775
Emerald Cut Sapphire, Loose
STONE TYPE: Sapphire
SHAPE: Emerald Cut
COLOR: Ceylon Blue
MEASUREMENTS: 7.68 x 5.59 x 3.29 mm
This sapphire is natrual and not heated.
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1.45ct Ceylon Blue Emerald Cut Sapphire, Non-Heated
This is a stunning blue sapphire - the photos give you the barest idea of the “life” of this stone.
In sapphires, emerald Cuts are more rare than cushions. The basic facet design echoes the way you would cut an emerald cut diamond - making this even more rare. Many sapphires cut into this shape are not true "step cuts."
The color is a pure true blue. Not to dark, not to light. It is a rare stone for purity, and brilliance of color as well as the step cut - an extraordinary example.
The origin of this stone is Madagascar and it has not be in heated - which truly makes this a rare beauty.
The trilliants in the photo above are bowed edge, G/VS total .57cts (not included in the price of this listing).
We will likely set the stone with colorless step cut trapezoids... stay tuned! For now it is available loose.
NOTE: The stone has no surface abrasions, chips, or cavities. Whatever you might see in the close up photos is dust.
If you like the stone in these photos, you will love it in person - we guarantee it!
WE LOVE SAPPHIRES THAT SPARKLE
In the photo on the right, you can see what I'm talking about.
The Sapphire on the left is quite a nice one. Believe it or not, in this particular case, the Sapphire on the left had a higher price than the stone on the right- which is the stone I chose. It's making its new owner very happy as you read this.
Sparkle is the type of Sapphires, Rubies, and Emeralds we carry.
Our stones are all NATURAL - including this awesome Sapphire.
This one is a great example of the sparkle I love combined with a vibrant color.
Many Natural Sapphires, are heated during the cutting and finishing process. This one, however, has not be treated in any way.
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