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Brazil Tourmaline

Greenish-blue Tourmaline from Brazil. Some small internals that are not visible for the unaided eye. Strong colour saturation and even colour due to the open C-Axis.
2.42 cts., 7.6 x 7.6 x 6.6 mm


 
Greenish-blue Tourmaline from Brazil, 2.42 cts.  



















 
 
GGG
(Gadolinium-Gallium-Garnet)

My stock of bigger pieces of this rare and uncommen manmade gems running empty..
This gem show my reason why I like designs with not soo much facets even if these are bigger ones. A smaller NEO gem couldn´t show the dispersive power of the lab-created GGG. The big reflections show often the full spectrum of all colours in just a single facet!
This is a lighter champagn coloured piece with vsi to vvsi clarity. Rare stuff from the former weaponry of the GDR (ZOS der AdW der GDR).
26.89 cts., 16.6 x 9.5 x 13.2 mm
sold


 
GGG, 26.89 cts.  



















 
 
Brazil Amethyst
 
At the Munich Show I purchased some smaller  and beautiful coloured Amethysts at the Meelis company. Great stuff these tinies with lots of purple and bluish flashes. The "Tudor´s Kaleidoskop" underlines it with its bigger reflections.
1.40 cts., 7.3 x 5.7 mm
not for sale





 
Brazil Amethyst, 1.40 cts.  



















 
 
Sibirian Hydro-Grossular
 
My biggest Hydro-Grossular in many years! Over 25 cts. and with around 20x25 mm definitely in the champions league of the rare fine gems. Made for a good customer some weeks ago and it was really hard for me to say "good bye" to such a marvelous gem I´m sure I will never see again something similar...
25.56 cts., 24.4 x 20.6 x 5.8 mm
sold





 
Sibirian Hydro-Grossular, 25.56 cts.  



















 
 
Brazil Topaz
 
This is one of the more rare Liquid Flowers cut from an slightly bicolored Topaz from Brazil. Not all minerals works for this design. Did I ever told that I had to construct a special cutting machine to get these strange facets cut & polished? No usual faceting machine can do this and even the Topazes are always candidates to cause heavy troubles on this machine.
Fortunately not in this striking gem, enjoy!
5.77 cts., 11.4 x 6.4 mm
sold





 
Topaz from Brazil, 5.77 cts.  



















 
 
Tocantin Almandine
 
One of the very rare Almandine Garnets from Tocantin in Brazil. Faceted in the oval version of Lothar Reimschuessels Brilliant. Amazingly brilliant. Some typical inclusions are visible, but due to the strong saturation not so striking.
3.03 cts., 10.1 x 8.5 x 5.0 mm
available





 
Almandine from Tocantin, Brazil, 3.03 cts.  



















 
 
Ural Topaz
 
The finest Topaz from Russia I have ever faceted. Untreated, with well placed dichromatism.
Gamma Brilliant design from Jeff Ford.
12.55 cts., 14.2 x 10.0 mm
not for sale





 
Imperial Topaz from the Ural Mountains, Russia, 12.55 cts.  



















 
 
Brazil Amethyst
 
Highend Brazil Amethyst cut in my "Tudor´s Kaleidoskop, hex." design Daylight shows a battle of reddish and bluish reflection, very, very eyeclean clarity.
10.06 cts., 12.8 x 11.3 mm
sold





 
Brazil Amethyst, 10.06 cts.  



















 
 
Brazil Morganite
 
The biggest Morganite I had in the last years. Good colour-saturation, flat crown & nice LF-pattern. Some near eye-invisible internals, too small to see with naked eyes but big enough to regarded as a natural watersign.
11.96 cts., 17.3 x 17.3 x 9.0 mm
sold





 
Brazil Morganite, 11.96 cts.  



















 
 
Bolivian Ametrine
 
This is a very big piece of boliviam Ametrine. Lots of crystalline internals (no foreign stuff) and a fine bicolour saturation in this mirror-cut.
26.26 cts., 18.6 x 18.5 x 12.6 mm
available



 
Bolivian Ametrine, 26.26 cts.  



















 
 
Brazil Fire Opal
 
Fine example of brazil gems that are not as much in the focus like Beryls & Tourmalines. This is very fine coloured Fire Opal from Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil. Vivid golden orange colour with some nean aspects and only a low amount of silk, just charming! The shape of the rough told me it wants to become a "Halfmoon".
3.00 cts., 12.7 x 8.4 x 6.7 mm
available



 
Fire Opal from Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, 3.00 cts.  



















 
 
Rutilated Quartz
 
XXL rutilated Quartz from Brazil. White Quartz with golden needles. Faceted in my Trinity-design with its triple star pattern. Extremely contrasty sparkles from only 17 facets. One of my older designs, still fascinating.
46.60 cts., 23.7 x 19.3 mm
sold



 
Rutilated Quartz from Brazil, 46.60 cts.  



















 
 
GDR Cobalt-Spinel
 
This crazy stuff is so unbelievable! This is really dark stuff, but it has absolutely no blacking out and in incandescent light you can see lots of the red flashes. 8 or 10 years ago when I created the Trinity design I could never believe how strong this combination works. Much better than this pic. Manmade stuff from the Bitterfelder Labs of the former GDR.
10.83 cts., 13.1 x 10.8 mm
sold, but similar gem/rough is in stock



 
Co-Spinel from the Bitterfelder Labs, GDR, 10.83 cts.  



















 
 
Zircon from Singida
 
The "Rands Cut Corner Rectangle #1" illustrates so  typical the advantages of the barion-type designs. Technically this is a polygonal cut but the shape is something between octagon and oval. There are no rotten compromise in a single facet and the result is a full pattern of reflections from nearly all angles. The untreated brownish, reddish orange Zircon with its high RI is just a stunner.
Found in Singida, Tanzania and absolutely flawless.
2.15 cts., 7.5 x 5.5 mm
sold




 
Tanzanian Zircon, 2.15 cts.  



















 
 
Black Spinel from China
 
While the typical Spinels have very fine colours in red, pink, blue and other colours there are also some completely black and intransparent iron containing Spinels also called Pleonast. They have an unbelievable shine and I´m sure I´m not the only one to love this uncommon gem.
13.51 cts., 14.7 x 9.6 mm
sold but similar gem/rough is in stock




 
Black Spinel, 13.51 cts.  



















 
 
Tanga Garnet / Rhodolite
 
Highend tanzanian Rhodolite with good clarity, colour and cut ("Lighthouse of Porporela"). Only 39 facets but lots of finest sparkles, great for collectors and jewelry.
2.98 cts., 9.3 x 7.7 x 6.1 mm
sold but similar gem/rough is in stock




 
Tanga Garnet / Rhodolite, 2.98 cts.  



















 
 
Bicolour Tourmaline
 
This is  light mint green/magebta bicolour Tourmaline. Faceted in my "Halfmoon"-design. There are some internals especially in the magenta area, still beautyful  and unique, bought this year in Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines.
5.43 cts., 12.7 x 9.3 x 7.0 mm
sold




 
Bicolour Tourmaline, 5.43 cts.  



















 
 
GGG - Galliant
 
Wow! This is the biggest GGG (Gadolinium Gallium Garnet, manmade from the former GDR) I have faceted. I kept the rough as a treasue and found now it´s time to do this very time-intense cut on this big &heavy rough. I call this design "Oktariant" because it´s barion-type octagon with superb reflections and sparkles. One of a kind, I have never seen a similar one!
51.04 cts., 17.9 x 13.7 x 13.3 mm
sold, but one last rough of that size and similar colour is in stock




 
Gadolinium Gallium Garnet, 51.04 cts.  



















 
 
Tanga Garnet
 
Dark magenta red Rhodolite from Tanga, Northern Tanzania. High colour saturation, dark but not too dark. VVS to eyeclean clarity and finest cut in my "Halfmoon" design. Great rough from an Idar-Oberstein dealer, found many years ago and today harder and harder to catch.
3.24 cts., 9.5 x 7.0 x 5.7 mm
sold




 
Tanga Garnet / Tanzanian Rhodolite, 3.24 cts.  



















 
 
Blue Bitterfeld Spinel
 
Manmade Blue Spinel from the Bitterfeld labs in the former GDR. This is an unusal stuff from the east german gangsters of the GDR with deepest blue colour-saturation without being too dark. In incandescent light there are red flashes between the blue ones. Crazy stuff!
NEO design.
4.38 cts., 10.1 x 7.3 x 9.2 mm
sold




 
Cobalt-Spinel from the Bitterfeld Labs, GDR, 4.38 cts.  



















 
 
Idaho Garnet
 
Very dark red Idaho Almandite from Bechtel Butte, Latah County, Idaho. With lots of small internals, still brilliant but very dark. Faceted in a new triple step-cut trillion.
3.53 cts., 8.3 x 8.3 x 6.4 mm
sold but similar gem/rough is in stock




 
Idaho Almandine from Bechtel Butte, Latah County, 3.53 cts.  



















 
 
Oregon Fire Opal
 
My stock of bigger Fire Opals from Juniper Ridge, Oregon is running out. This is a fine example of this stuff with nice colour, not too much silk and really big size! The "Pelegrinsche Drachen" is even in silky gems a well performing design.
6.31 cts., 22.1 x 12.1 x 8.7 mm
sold




 
Fire Opal from Juniper Ridge, Oregon, 6.31 cts.  



















 
 
Val Val Smoky Quartz
 
The next Val Val Smoky Quartz in my version of the  "YinYang"-design. Great medium smoky colour with flawless clarity, best meetpoints and lots of life inside. The crowns surface is half polished and hald matt to show the polarity of all things
13.83 cts., 16.7 x 14.3 mm
sold but similar gem/rough is in stock




 
Val Val Smoky Quartz 2, 13.83 cts.  



















 
 
Brazil Morganite
 
Light coloured Morganite from Brazil faceted in my "Lighthouse of Porporela" (named after a small place in the harbour of Dubrovnik). Eyeclean clarity, best meetpoints and endlessly sparkling.
1.95 cts., 8.9 x 7.5 x 6.3 mm
sold


 
Brazil Morganite, 1.95 cts.  



















 
 
Madagascan Rhodolite
 
Dark red madagascan Rhodolite faceted into a strong symmetrical baguette and high light return. Very good clarity with only some tiny ex-Vesuvianite-relicts.
1.53 cts., 8.3 x 4.7 x 3.9 mm
sold


 
Madagascan Rhodolite, 1.53 cts.  



















 
 
Namibian Topaz
 
High end namibian Topaz in my "Bar Square"-design with lots of elegant sparkles from nearly every view.
Colourless, closed to flawless clarity (just a tiny watermark to show its natural origin), best meetpoints and superglossy polish.
8.15 cts., 10.5 x 9.7 x 9.3 mm
sold but similar gem/rough is in stock

 
Namibian Topaz, 8.15 cts.  



















 
 
Brazil Citrine
 
Finest brazil Citrine in Marco Voltolinis "Markoh-i-noor" with 152 facets. Flawless stuff from a new Idar-Oberstein dealer, bought last year at the Munich Show.
16.73 cts., 15.3 x 13.9 mm
sold but similar gem/rough is in stock
 
Brazil Citrine, 16.73 cts.  



















 
 
Tanzanian Rhodolite
 
Dark red Rhodolite from Tanzania in a bigger size, slightly over 10 mm. Good eyeclean clarity with tiny internals (see pic at 12 o´clock).
4.59 cts., 10.3 x 7.0 mm
sold but similar gem/rough is in stock
 
Tanzanian Rhodolite, 4.59 cts.  



















 
 
Oregon Fire Opal
 
A big golden orange Fire Opal from Juniper Ridge in SE-Oregon. Faceted in my version of the YinYang with a polished and a frosted surface to symbolize the polarity of all things. One of the last pieces od Fire Opal in this size.
12.22 cts., 17.1 x 13.0 mm
sold

 
Oregon (Juniper Ridge) Fire Opal, 12.22 cts.  



















 
 
Brazil Aquamarine
 
Light blue Aquamarine from Brazil. Mirror cut with a culet at the keel and many internals.
1.26 cts., 7.5 x 6.0 x 3.8 mm
sold


 
Brazil Aquamarine, 1.26 cts.  



















 
 
San Carlos Peridot
 
Lively applegreen Peridot from San Carlos, AZ. Faceted into my "13PhaseStar" design with its light star inside the dark star and many chromite inclusions. Just look at this colour!
2.22 cts., 8.0 x 5.5 mm
sold

 
San Carlos Peridot, 2.22 cts.  













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