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Ametrine

Ametrine: Sometimes amethyst and citrine colors are found in the same crystal of quartz. These bicolor yellow and purple quartz gemstones are called ametrine.

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Birthstones: Identifying your Birthday Gemstones

Ametrine, Fine Loose Gemstones Magical piece for any jewelry lover!

9.01 ct Bi-Color Ametrine

Ruby Gemstones Ametrine, Fine Loose Gemstones Magical piece for any jewelry lover! Ruby Gemstones Top 10 DON’TS for

"GEM-INTRUSION" gems with "internal fireworks" by Andrew Gulij

Ametrine "GEM-INTRUSION” technique consists of precisely inserting solid colored gemstones into a faceted and carved transparent host gem. The result is a play of colors like a visual kaleidoscope, a gem with internal "fireworks".

Gem quality sphalerite is a rare collector stone. The mineral is usually nearly black in color but is occaisionally found in transparent pieces of an orange or yellowish brown hue. Clean pieces are extremely rare. More @ www.multicolour.com and #gemstones

Gem quality sphalerite is a rare collector stone. The mineral is usually nearly black in color but is occasionally found in transparent pieces of an orange or yellowish brown hue. Clean pieces are extremely rare.

Amethyst ''Flower'' 4.62 inch Polished Crystal Sphere - Tanzania

Amethyst ''Flower'' 4.62 inch Polished Crystal Sphere - Tanzania

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Very Fine Black Opal displays predominantly red play-of-color with spectral broad flashes of green, orange, yellow and blue, with true black potch to the reverse of the oval cabochon

"Michael Dyber gem sculpture in amethyst (48.85 carats). The holographic effects are a result of facets ground into the back or pavilion of the gem which is roughly triangular, similar to the pavilion of a standard faceted gemstone."

Stunning carat amethyst holographic effects are a result of facets ground into the back or pavilion of the gem which is roughly triangular. Gemstone sculpted by Michael Dyber. Secrets Of The Gem Trade

Musgravite -  ~$ 35,000 per carat  Its colors range from light olive green, grey, mauve, grey purple and scores an 8 on the Mohs scale, making it one of the hardest stones on earth.

Musgravite is one of the newest and most rare gemstones in the world. Musgravite is a silicate mineral whose main ingredients are beryllium (Be), magnesium (Mg) and aluminum (Al).

Ametrine - 16.67 ct- 100% NATURAL Bi-Color AMETRINE Bolivia

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