Gemology Gemstone info
GemologyOnline.com • View topic - Trigons in diamonds. Totally natural! Yes, also to me it trasmited the sensation of the desert send with egyptian pyramids... I took this photo with a Nikon D300 on zeiss STEMI 2000C, fiber optic illumination, and polarizer filter... _________________ Paolo Cerruti G.G. (GIA) www.paolocerruti.it
Hyalite, from Megyaszó (Hungary). Copyright: Stone Ásványfotós Hyalite or Mullers Glass, is a colourless opal which gives the appearance of glass. Rarely, it does display a faint tint of colour (blue, green or yellow). It is also sometimes referred to as water opal, too, when it is from Mexico. The two most notable locations of this type of opal are Oregon and Mexico.
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Learn about the treatments and enhancements used on gemstone and pearl materials, so you know exactly what you're getting and pass this information along to your customers when they purchase jewelry made with these supplies. - Fire Mountain Gems and Beads #gemstones