This delicious gem caught our eye with its unusual colors and amazing brilliance. This natural sapphire displays hues of pink and orange with a brown undertone. The colors and appearance of this sapphire change depending on what light it is viewed in, so it is best to come in and see it in person! The sapphire is a round shape, and weighs 1.08 carats. The sapphire is not treated.
This sapphire has been evaluated by the American Gemological Laboratories, and is accompanied by and AGL report.
A note on unheated sapphires:
95% of all mined sapphires are heated to bring forth their color, something that has been done for hundreds of years. An unheated sapphire is very rare because its natural color is so beautiful that it does not need to be enhanced.
This gem is available for purchase in-store only, and cannot be purchased online. Please contact us for more details!
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