Color: Rich Blue, slightly grayish. Inclusions: Typical silk and small mineral inclusions a. Enhancements: None Probable Origin: Madagascar or Sri Lanka.Even though the star is weak in this sapphire (and which may be hard to observe by the novice), I was positively surprised to receive the "unheated" lab statement, as I had bought this gem as probable "heated". Additionally remarkable is that the stone includes a "enhydro" - that is a moving gas bubble in liquid inclusion, which is clearly visible when viewed with a microscope. Usually 12-star corundum is blackish in appearance, but this one has a. The piece has such a good shape, that it might even be recut to a double sided cabochon, only with quite minimal weight loss. Complimentary Certificate of Authenticity The Gem and Jewelry Institute of Thailand (CIBJO Registered) The GIT laboratory have reported on fake reports circulating on the market. There is no doubt about the genuinity of this memo, as I have submitted and collected the stone in person on site at the advanced lab. Fellow of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain Diamond Member of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain Research Member of the Finnish Gemmological Society.
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