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Beryl var. Golden Beryl Volodarsk-Volynski, Ukraine The finest golden beryl crystal known from anywhere in the World. The Talon 13.5 x 8.7 x 5.7 CM 993.1 GM
Beryl var. Heliodor Volodarsk-Volynski district, Zhytomyr Oblast, Ukraine The pegmatites of the Volodarsk-Volynski district where mined, by the USSR between 1931 and 1995. Astounding quality topaz, and beryl crystals were first found in 1953. However, the greatest, beryl find did not occur until pegmatite #521 was mined in, 1982-1983. and then with the mining of pegmatite #576 during, 1992. When the Russian military intervention in Ukraine took place in, 2014 we aided the former Chief Geologist and his family by extending, aid to assist them in traveling to the United States ahead, of the Russian military. Because of this the two heliodor crystals, that the Chief Geologist had kept for himself in bank safety deposit, boxes came with him and both of those pieces are reflected, here in the collection today. What sets the Jewel of the Ukraine apart from its peers are its, enormous size, gemminess, highly lustrous surfaces, perfect, growth hillocks and etching and vivid yellow-green color. It is, one of the very finest heliodors ever found in the World and a, true peer to those retained by the Volodarsk-Volynski Stone Museum., The premier piece at the Ukrainian museum is a 25cm, crystal called Peter and Paul Apostles. The Jewel of the, Ukraine is not only the peer of Peter and Paul Apostles, it is also, larger making it the best known, uncut, heliodor in the entire, World. Discovered 1983 pegmatite 576. Double terminated no repairs or restoration. Mine is now closed and flooded. Jewel of the Ukraine 26.0 x 7.0 x 8.0 CM 2.631 KG
Beryl var. Emerald on Calcite, Coscuez Mine, Mun de Muzo, Vasquez- Yacopi Mining District, Boyacá, Department, Columbia In contemporary gemological and mineralogical circles it is well, known that Columbia’s Muzo district produces the highest quality, and most valuable emeralds on Earth. The Muzo District encompasses, several mines, the most important of which are Muzo, and Coscuez (GIA 1986). Although smaller than Muzo, since the, time of the Conquistadors 300 years ago, Coscuez has produced, the best emeralds in the Muzo region (GIA 1986). Coscuez is the, original and consummate Columbian emerald local. Of all of the intact emerald crystals ever found in 300 years, the, Emperor ranks as the very finest crystal on matrix. Considered, by many experts and collectors to be the best emerald on matrix, specimen in the entire World, The Emperor is a doubly terminated, hexagon crystal on glassy calcite crystals. In addition to its impressive, size, this emerald has exceptional green color and a, green glow that appears to be emitted from within the crystal itself., The specimen is entirely intact having no repairs or restoration. In 2015, World renowned expert David Wilbur was filmed about the piece and Wilbur called the Emperor the: finest emerald specimen ever found. Discovery: Coscuez Mine, Mun de Muzo, Vasquez- Yacopi Mining District,, Boyacá Department, Columbia. Circa 2014., Published: Bloomberg 2015; Featured in BlueCap Productions Documentary, Film 2015. Est. 35 million years old On special display of World Treasurers in Munich, Germany (Mineralientage 2015). On special exhibit Tucson Main Show 2015 Approx. 500 GM
Beryl Var. Aquamarine Serrinha Pegmatite, Medina Pegmatite Field, Pedra Azul Pegmatite District, Minas Gerais, Brazil. From the renowned 1997 discovery. The Medina is a flawless gem crystal with a lustrous surface, sharp,, flawless crystal edges and hillocks and a natural etch pattern that, looks like inscribed Sumerian cuneiform. The piece is unrepaired and, unrestored. It has breath-taking, profound, aesthetics Fine mineral expert and prominent collector Mr. Sandor Fuss, writing, of The Medina in 2007, said:, It is one of the two or three finest, aquamarine crystals known. The Medina is regarded by many experts as one of the very finest if, not the finest aquamarine ever found. The Medina is a very large, and exceptionally formed aquamarine crystal from the famous Medina, region in Brazil. This gem crystal has a brilliant deep teal blue color, and displays a very unique etching down the faces of the crystal. This crystal is a famous, sacred object in the mineralogical world., The small deposit produced only 20-30 very fine aquamarine crystals, of this type and this crystal was at the very top., Ex. Wayne Thompson, Ex. Gene Meieran, Ex. Pierre Laville., Special Exhibit: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles (2014), Special Exhibit: Tucson Main Show; 1998, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2007,, 2015, Published In Ikons, Classics and Contemporary Masterpieces. Page, 108 and 109. Mineralogical Record. Thompson, Wayne: 2007. Published In Ikons, Classics and Contemporary Masterpieces. Page, 108 and 109. Mineralogical Record. Thompson, Wayne: 2007. 19.3 x 7.0 x 6.7 CM 1.773 KG
I am a Private Collector of extraordinary gems like Paraiba Tourmaline, Pink Sapphires, Purple Sapphires, Blue Sapphires, Garnet, Rubies, Aquamarine, Spinel. I also have very Rare Gems and Fine Minerals. I have different cuts from Oval standard, Triangle, Pear, Shield, Shield Brilliant cut, Oval Cabochon and Rectangular Cushion Standard cut. I have sizes from 108.46 to 1 ct.Let me know what you are looking for and I can send pictures and information. I have pieces that have Certs. Here is the 34.40 ct. Paraiba Tourmaline and I have a GIA that goes with it
Beryl var. Morganite with Kunzite & Tourmaline Darra-i-Pech Pegmatite, Chapa Dara District, Kunar Province, Afghanistan, Associations in gem crystals are rare and this rarity is compounded by an, order of magnitude when three gem crystals occur simultaneously during, minerogenesis. There is only one place in the World where enormous, gem morganite occurs with deeply colored gem kunzite and minty-blue, gem tourmaline: northeastern Afghanistan. The lithium bearing Himalayan, pegmatites here produce the most perfect and aesthetic of all known, morganite, kunzite and tourmaline gem crystal associations emulated in, this masterpiece called Trinity. Trinity is a gigantic and complete, tabular, spinel-law twinned beryl crystal, of a pleasing padparadscha color. The beryl crystal is complete and, terminated on each side with white albite in which it was found still, adorning the reverse. The surfaces of the morganite are all natural, highly-, lustrous, mirror faces. Almost all beryl crystals from Afghanistan show, selectively lustrous faces so it is most pleasing and superior to see all, crystal faces at maximum luster. If the exemplary quality of the morganite, where not enough there is also a gem quality, deep lilac, kunzite crystal, situated perfectly above the spinel-law twin plain and imbedded, deeply in the morganite. The kunzite crystal itself is double terminated., At the junction where the kunzite and morganite meet there is a cluster, of gem mint tourmalines rising from the kunzite crystal surface and imbedded, beneath the surface of the morganite crystal. An utterly astonishing, specimen: one of the greatest morganite crystals ever found and, perhaps the very finest morganite with kunzite and tourmaline piece in, existence. In 2014 William Metropolis, former Harvard University Curator wrote of Trinity: one of the greatest treasures on Earth. Truly a peerless and visually astounding World class specimen displaying superb aesthetics. No repairs: perfect condition. 23.5 x 9.0 x 12.0 CM 3.286 KG
World Masterpieces The Maasai Spear Merelani Hills Umba Valley Lelatema Mountains Simanjiro District Arusha Region Tanzania Zoisite var. Tanzanite Size: 6.5 x 4.0 x 12 cm Weight: 584.9 grams Age: 585 million years
Tourmaline with Lepidolite on Feldspar The Bi-color pocket pederneira mine (Doda’s Tunnel) Soo Jose da Sa- Fir Minas Gerais Brazil, Discovered 2004. In 2004 the finest gem pocket of the modern era peder-neira mine was discovered. Only 6 matrix specimens were recovered from this pocket including this exceptional piece : The Bi-color star of Brazil. The color is a full rubellite red with an achroite band half-way up the piece and then continues as blue and green. The dramatic elegance of this piece paradoxically lies in its subtle features the refined balance of the 3 crystals and the even nature of the height of the terminations and the color bands across the piece. Bicolor star of Brazil is one of the most famous fine minerals in the world, It has bee published in the Mineralogical Record in 2015, has served as the headline show poster in numerous worldwide show and public expositions from Beijing to Tucson to Munich. It is featured prominently in calendars, on mugs and posters and on apparel. 16x14x13 CM 788.3GM
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North African Amethyst beautyful color, stone sizes vary from 0.2 grams to 1 kg. We can deliver any quantity directly from the mine. The basic price is 15$ p/Kg for larger quantities we will quote you very attractive prices.
Good Day, my partner is the owner of $1.6 B usd of all sizes of massive rough rubies from MOGOK.... many of the ruby's are massive, 6,000+ carats with prices of $72M, $130m, $200M, $500M,; and many smaller ones too, all with proper certifications. He is the controller of many commodities as such from Asia, Africa and South America. I am looking for buyers. I can send you all information upon an LOI from your company. We can set up phone conference and include our attorneys. We can set up viewing with you and your professionals. We can place in the contract prior to viewing, stating "if the ruby's are not of exact quality and such as listed in the offer and certifications; we will pay for your entire trip and costs of your professionals for the viewing". let me know, thank you Quinn