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Ampanihy Pastel Pyrope
 
GStrong pink Pastel Pyrope from Ampanihy in Madagascar..With 1.22 cts. this is one of the bigger eyamples of this rare and wonderful kind of Garnet.
1.22 cts.
, 5.9 x 4.8 mm
available

 
Ampanihy Pastel Pyrope, 1.22 cts.  



















 
 
Lemon Citrine
 
After a while a very big Liquid Flower in a vivid lemon yellow Quartz from Brazil (treated). Flawless clarity with nice LF-pattern. Also part of the "Gem Rescue" project together with a friend of mine. The original gem weighed a little over 51 cts. and had a big belly shape. A big loss in weight but a strong win ^to have this beauty in my hand.
23.31 cts.
, 19.7 x 12.5 mm
available




 
Lemon Citrine, 23.31 cts.  



















 
 
Brazil Citrine
 

A Trinity hexagon with its tri-star pattern in a light golden Citrine.Perfectly clean and soo lively.
5.98 cts., 11.1 x 10.1 mm
available

 
Brazil Citrine, 5.98 cts.  



















 
 
Bolivian Ametrine
 

Very big Ametrine from Bolivia in a light saturation and flowing colours so the colour zoning is very decent to invisible, eyeclean.
22.31 cts., 19,0 x 13,0 mm
available

 
Bolivian Ametrine, 22.31 cts.  



















 
 
Malawi Rhodolite
 
During the last weeks I have played a bit with the "Lighthouse of Porporela"-design and some new shape came out that way. This is the elongated version with additional barion facets and spectacular reflexctions.This gem is near flawless and just stunning.
7.98 cts.
, 16.0 x 8.3 x  8.6 mm
available
 
Malawi Rhodolite, 7.98 cts.  



















 
 
Brazil Aquamarine
 
A light greenish-blue Aquamarine from Brazil in the rounded version of my "Floret"-design that I was inspired on a medieval festival in Kufstein, Austria. In fact this structure is from a rosette of an old guitarre. Some tiny internals that didn't detract the brilliance of this pastel gem.
0.88 cts.
, 6.2 x 5.0 mm
available

 
Brazil Aquamarine, 0.88 cts.  



















 
 
Pastel Pyrope
 
What a chunky piece for a Pyrope and even Pastel Pyrope! Good clarity with no foreign stuff but some veils and much softer colour than usual. The "Pentagon" with its number of facetsstands for contrasty reflections.
1.74 cts.
, 7.4 x 5.2 mm
available
 
Pastel Pyrope, 1.74 cts.  



















 
 
Rock Creek Sapphire
 
Typical greenish blue Sapphire from the Rock Creek deposit in Montana, USA. It has the so common cloudy colour areas this locality is known for. Luckily this doesn't detract the brilliancy too much. Untreated.
0.51 cts.
, 4.4 x 3.4 mm
available

 
Rock Creek Sapphire, 0.51 cts.  



















 
 
Rock Creek Sapphire
 
The Mo-Sapphires have such great range of colours (even the untreated ones like this here). This pentagon cut Sapphire has a golden center along its c-axis and colours most of the gem so. There some internals prominent at the A1-/A2 axes and are still visible from above. Anyway a unique beauty!
0.57 cts.
, 4.9 x 3.5 mm
available

 
Rock Creek Sapphire, 0.57 cts.  



















 
 
Songea Sapphire
 
While some of my collegues complained that the last Munich Show was so low with rough gems me and my students found soe#me new dealers with an interesting selection of Sapphires from Songea like this one. Very clean with only minor Rutiles and shifting greenish blue colour (it likes the cloudy daylight best with highest saturation and most dominant blue).
0.76 cts.
, 5.8 x 4.8 x 3.9 mm
available
 
Songeas Sapphire, 0.76 cts.  



















 
 
Tanzanian Rhodolite
 
A dark typical red Rhodolite in a nearly round trillion with only 40 facets. Eyeclean clarity.
1.21 cts.
, 6.3 x 4.5 mm
available

 
Tanzanian Rhodolite, 1.21 cts.  



















 
 
Tanzanian Rhodolite
 
European faceting tradition from Turnau meets Rhodolites from East-Africa. The faceting school from Turnov in todayys Czech Republic established a classical design for the really small bohemian Pyropes and this is this design adjusted to an octagonal cushion shape. Some easy visible internals but no foreign stuff.
1.33 cts.
, 6.5 x 6.5 x 5.7 mm
available

 
Tanzanian Rhodolite, 1.33 cts.  



















 
 
Tanga Rhodolite
 
A fresh coloured RHodolite from Tanga, Tanzania. Beside the inclusion at 9 o'clock it is perfectly clean. Slight colour-shift from more magenta in daylight to more reddish in incandescent light.
1.78 cts.
, 6.5 x 5.8 mm
available

 
Tanga Rhodolite, 1.78 cts.  



















 
 
Vatomandry Sapphire
 
Colourshifting Sapphire from the east coast of Madagascar, Vatomandry. Some of the common Rutile-"ghosts" are visible if the light hits the Rutile-plain. In daylight the colour is a cold and more bluish pink that turns to a softer more reddish pink in incandescent light.
0.42 cts.
, 4.3 x 3.4 mm
available

 
Vatomandry Sapphire, 0.42 cts.
Vatomandry Sapphire, 0.42 cts.
 



















 
 
Liquid Flower Amethyst
 
After a long here comes an absolutely perfect Liquid Flower in a flawless & top coloured Amethyst.
No more words needed!
26.47cts.
, 20.4 x 13.3 mm
available

 
Liquid Flower Amethyst, 26.47 cts.  



















 
 
Sri Lankan Pyrope Garnet
 
Hard to catch rough Pyrope Garnet from the gem-island odf Ceylon/Sri Lanka. I got the rough from a collector who travelled for decades around the world. This crystal clear/flawless gem has the perfect colour and I did everything to give it the deserved respect while faceting and polishing. The result is an super fine Garnet for collectors or high end jewelry. Neither cs nor cc.
1.17 cts.
, 6.0 x 4.4 mm
available

 
Sri Lankan Pyrope Garnet, 1.17 cts.  



















 
 
Brazil Amethyst
 
Light and big Quartzes are so perfect for designs like the "Triity-hexagon". This is a Rose de France Amethyst from Brazil. The 3 big main facets instead of the table can cause some trouble while polishing but some patience is really worth it. Eyeclean clarity and strong triple starburst reflections here in this beauty.
7.49 cts.
, 12.2 x 10.3 mm
available

 
Brazil Amethyst, 7.49 cts.  



















 
 
Tunduru Hessonite
 
The same design as the Spessartine but here in a polycrystalline Tunduru Hessonite with its sugar-like appearance.
0.64 cts.
, 5.8 x 4.1 x 4.1 mm
available

 
Tunduru Hessonite, 0.64 cts.  



















 
 
Mosambique Tourmaline
 
Unheated Tourmaline from Mocambique faceted in Tom Herbst's "Hexpo" design. Top clarity and a soft colour that contains salmon, pinkish amd some slight greyish hues.
3.07cts.
, 8.2 x 7.0 mm
available
 
Mocambique Tourmaline, 3.07 cts.  



















 
 
Lemon Citrine
 
Here is a medium sized Lemon Citrine (some prefer Lemon Quartz?) Anyway a  fine gem with well saturated yellow colour  and even with treatment it has no silk as it occurs so often. Perfectly clean with some more colour than thepic shows (my camery don't like these yellow colours, sorry!).
3.44 cts.
, 11.2 x 9.2 x 7.5 mm
available

 
Lemon Citrine, 3.44 cts.  



















 
 
Light Surselva Smoky Quartz
 
Very light Surselva Smoky Quartz with only slightest greyish-brownish hue. Some very tiny internals otherwise perfectly clean, the right material to show fascinating Trinity pattern.
14.94 cts.
, 15.3 x 13.3 mm
available

 
Light Surselva Smoky Quartz, 14.94 cts.  



















 
 
London-Blue Topaz
 
Dark greenish blue Topaz (London-Blue, treated) in my hemispherical "Palac Struga" design. with 69+6 facets, eyeclean. I'm very enthusiastic for hemispheriacl gems and this is definitely one of my favorite designs, very time-intense but always worth doing it.
11.28 cts.
, 11.7 x 11.3 mm
available

 
London-Blue Topaz, 11.28 cts.  



















 
 
Tanzanian Rhodolite
 
A typical dark red Rhodolite from Tanzania faceted in the French Cut #2, eyeclean.
0.88cts.
, 4.7 x 4.7 x 4.1 mm
available

 
Tanzanian Rhodolite, 0.88 cts.  



















 
 
Mosambique Tourmaline
 
Unheated Tourmaline from Mocambique faceted in Tom Herbst's "Hexpo" design. Top clarity and a soft colour that contains salmon, pinkish amd some slight greyish hues.
3.07cts.
, 8.2 x 7.0 mm
available

 
Mocambique Tourmaline, 3.07 cts.  



















 
 
Tanga Rhodolite
 
After a long time I faceted a new very big Rhodolite. This time it was an alluvial marble-shaped piece from Tanga, Tanzania with a purplish red colour. To achieve a good result I decided for the nine-sided nearly round trillion with a high top crown. The clarity is very high just some of the tanga-typical Rutile needles & platelets that add here and there a nice colour flash to this impressive gem.
The whole gem has a intense mystical glowing from the deep all over its crown, my camera couldn't show that.
15.63 cts.
, 13.7 x 12.0 mm
available

 
Tanga Rhodolite, 15.63 cts.  



















 
 
Ejeda Spessartine
 
A rare locality for Spessartines in Madagascar is "Ejeda" withcolours that are not so over saturated as the classical Mandarin-Garnet. Very high clarity and a lively pattern..
0.99 cts.
, 6.5 x 4.7 x 4.4 mm
available

 
Ejeda Spessartine, 0.99 cts.  



















 
 
Pink Sapphire
 
IF-Sapphire from Ilakaka in Madagaskar in a fine pink colour. This design is the "Rands Cut Corner Rectangle #1" from Dan Clayton.
0.68 cts.
, 5.5 x 4.0 x 3.9 mm
available
 
Ilakaka Sapphire, 0.68 cts.  



















 
 
Malawi Rhodolite
 
During the last weeks I have played a bit with the "Lighthouse of Porporela"-design and some new shape came out that way. This is the elongated version with additional barion facets and spectacular reflexctions.This gem is near flawless and just stunning.
7.98 cts.
, 16.0 x 8.3 x  8.6 mm
available

 
Malawi Rhodolite, 7.98 cts.  



















 
 
Erongo Demantoid
 
This one was a hard fight. The rough was a big piece with 2.5 gram and only one half had a better clarity. The result still has many internals, but hey this is a Demantoid with over one carat! WIsh I would have more roughs even with this inclusions. The "Lighthouse of Porporela" with extra steep angles gave an extra portion of colour and dispersive flashes.
1.22 cts.
, 6.7 x 5.6 x 4.8 mm
available

 
Erongo Demantoid, 1.22 cts.  



















 
 
Ampanihy Pastel Pyrope
 
It was not easy to find, to catch (and to pay!) this outstanding gem. A rough marble with a diameter of around 17 mm weighing 10.4 gram and was catching my eyes. It had the perfect shape for my "nearly round trillion" and here is the result: high saturated magenta colour, vvs clarity and an astinishing size for a Pyrope Garnet.
18.54 cts.
, cts. 14.7 x 12.7 mm
available

 
Ampanihy Pastel Pyrope, 18.54 cts.  



















 
 
Kerman Demantoid
 
An octagon shaped students gem that shows how the colour lightens up in the smaller Demantoids. A stepcut design with a peak instead the table.
0.72 cts.
, 4.9 x 4.3 mm
available
 
Kerman Demantoid, 0.72 cts.  



















 
 
Habachtal Smoky Quartz
 
This design is the newest and 5th member of the million-times copied Trinity series and got the name "Trinity Trilliant". WHat do you guess how long it takes until we see the first copy? ...
Flawless clarity, extraordinary polishing just the best faceting & polishing quality and the first of its kind from a well known european origin (Prehnitinsel, Habachtal at around  7500 feet).
3.15 cts.
, 9.4 x 8.3 mm
sold

 
light champagne Smoky Quartz from Habach Valley, Austria, 3.15 cts.  



















 
 
Mocambique Hessonite
 
Reddish-orange Hessonite from Mocambique with all typical internals of the multicrystalline Grossulare-variety.
2.44 cts.
, 9.1 x 5.7 mm
available
 
Mocambique Hessonite, 2.44 cts.  



















 
 
Tanzanian Rhodolite
 
The newest member in  the "Pipistrelli"-family done as a high dome or hemispherical design. Unusual reflections in this dark but not too dark Rhodolite from Tanzania.
2.71 cts.
, 7.0 x 6.9 mm
sold

 
Tanzanian Rhodolite, 2.71 cts.
Tanzanian Rhodolite, 2.71 cts.
 



















 
 
Val Val Smoky Quartz
 
After years it was time for y new NEO. It´s often hard to find a rough with a good shape for special designs like this one. The rough is from Switzerland, Surselva or more specifically from Val Val. Except on some fingerprint internals at 6 o'clock it´s completely clean. If you have very sharp eyes you might notice it.
7.63 cts.
, 15.4 x 8.6 x 12.3 mm
available
 
Val Val Smoky Quartz, 7.63 cts.  



















 
 
Arusha Tanzanite
 
Supersoft coloured Tanzanite. Nearly white with a little violett to pink. The "Flandriant-design works well in this little gem and makes an intense spakle. Some small and really hard to detect internals (no foreign stuff).
0.80 cts.
, 5.3 x 5.3 x 4.1 mm
available
 
Arusha Tanzanite, 0.80 cts.  












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