AGTA Certified Unheated White Emerald Cut Sapphire - 7.47 cts

AGTA Certified Unheated White Emerald Cut Sapphire - 7.47 cts

$2,499.00


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This is the largest emerald cut colorless sapphire we've ever come across. Finding white sapphire used to be a pretty easy task, but probably the past 5+ years it's been more and more difficult as the rough just isn't available in the larger sizes to cut.

Many people love white sapphire as a great alternate to a diamond. Although obviously it is not as brilliant as a diamond (the refractive index of diamond is much higherthan sapphire), many people admire the beauty and elegance of a white sapphire and it being a fraction of the cost compared to diamond. Diamond has a hardness of 10 on the Moh's scale and Sapphire is a close second at 9, so great for a stone for everyday wear.

This particular sapphire was mined in Sri Lanka, and cut in India. I couldn't believe it when I examined it and it appeared to be unheated as it little to no secondary color, and was clean and bright with only minor visible inclusions. I asked that they have it certified and when I returned to New York I had the AGTA gem lab do an independent analysis as well, which also verified that the sapphire was unheated.

 

Stone:
Sapphire
Enhancement:
N-No Enhancement
Shape:
Emerald
Size:
11.5x9.5x6.9mm
Color:
White
Clarity:
SI1-Slightly included - Inclusions are noticable and can be seen with the naked eye.
Origin:
Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
Model:
WHITEC747
Availability:
1 Units in Stock
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This is the largest emerald cut colorless sapphire we've ever come across. Finding white sapphire used to be a pretty easy task, but probably the past 5+ years it's been more and more difficult as the rough just isn't available in the larger sizes to cut.

Many people love white sapphire as a great alternate to a diamond. Although obviously it is not as brilliant as a diamond (the refractive index of diamond is much higherthan sapphire), many people admire the beauty and elegance of a white sapphire and it being a fraction of the cost compared to diamond. Diamond has a hardness of 10 on the Moh's scale and Sapphire is a close second at 9, so great for a stone for everyday wear.

This particular sapphire was mined in Sri Lanka, and cut in India. I couldn't believe it when I examined it and it appeared to be unheated as it little to no secondary color, and was clean and bright with only minor visible inclusions. I asked that they have it certified and when I returned to New York I had the AGTA gem lab do an independent analysis as well, which also verified that the sapphire was unheated.

 

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