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The Golconda Star Sapphire
The awe-inspiring Golconda Star Sapphire is renowned for its incomparable color and clarity. The oval-shaped star sapphire cabochon weighs a sizable 21.70 carats and is fr... read more
The Gordon Sapphire Necklace
The Gordon Sapphire Necklace contains an emerald-cut sapphire weighing approximately 50.00 carats, within a clustered frame set with 10 marquise-shaped, 26 pear-shaped,... read more
The Gordon Star Sapphire
The oval-shaped star sapphire cabochon weighing approximately 52.00 carats, framed by 24 pear-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 6.60 carats... read more


The Graff Asscher Cut
The stone is 'Asscher cut', which is a modern emerald cut that leans towards square rather than rectangular. It weighs 21.46 carats, is a D in color grade (completely color... read more


The Guinness Emerald Crystal
The 1759-carat Guinness Emerald Crystal was found at the Coscuez in Columbia and is one of the largest gem-quality emerald crystals in the world. Today it is part... read more
La Dorada
La Dorada "The Golden" - Of all the Beryl stones, (Emerald, Aquamarine, Morganite, Goshenite and Golden Beryl), none is more brilliant than the radiant Golden Beryl.... read more
Hirsch Aquamarine
The Hirsch Aquamarine is an enormous 109.92 carat fancy emerald-cut gem. It is 100% natural, free of any heating or other color enhancing treatments as is so com... read more
The Hixon Ruby Crystal
The Hixon Ruby Crystal is a 196.10-carat gem that was donated to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles in 1978 by Frederick C. Hixon. It is considered ... read more
Hooker Emerald Brooch
A 75.47-carat emerald set in a brooch, part of the Smithsonian Museum's collection. I saw this brooch in person at the Smithsonian's Exhibition in Portland, Oregon in... read more
Hope Diamond
The 45.52 carat steel blue Hope Diamond was found in India back in remote times as a rough crystal weighing 112 carats. It first came to light when Jean Baptiste Tavern... read more
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