Padparadscha Sapphire, GIA Certified, Natural GIA Certified Diamonds, 18k
Pink Topaz, to be mounted. No treatment, very rare. Most topaz is irradiated to get this color. Ready to mount. Brazil.
Teaberry Pink (also known as Imperial Pink) Malaya Garnet. Very Rare, ready to mount. One of the rarest garnets on earth. Hard enough for everyday wear. Perfect engagement gem. Rough Malaya garnet may no longer be legally removed from East Africa.
Considered the finest example of Russian, dichroic Rubellite. This super rare tourmaline is not the standard red or pink and comes with an information sheet explaining just how rare this gem is and why it is so dazzling and beautiful,) This mega-Rare, flawless, tourmaline is one of the rarest in the world. This flawless, master-cut gem is known as “The Tigress,” and it is as exotic as its namesake, the tiger. Shown here in shade it is even more dazzling in sunlight. An engagement gem for the wild child.
This neon-pink Mozambique Rubellite, though large at 7 carats, is stunning and would make any girl happy mounted in platinum with a couple of accent diamonds. A dead ringer for ruby this is natural, earth mined, Rubellite tourmaline.
Over 50,000 times more rare than sapphire; this blue spinel is from one of the rarest locations and most desirable, Madagascar. Usually over 3500.00 per carat for true Madagascan, blue spinel (untreated), you’ll be pleased with the price. About as hard as sapphire it will stand up to daily wear. Royal Blue!