Blue Garnet Color Change 9.96x7.59x5.41mm Oval 3.57ct
Masasi blue color change garnet 3.57ct 9.96x7.59x5.41mm oval. The stone is dark bluish green in daylight and dark red in incandescent light. The gemstone was mined in Tanzania and cut in India. The gemstone comes with a Stone Group Labs Gemstone Identification Report. The stone has been appraised by Craig Lynch G.G. for $7,715.00.
Our collection of Masasi Blue Garnets™ is impressive. When this new location was discovered a few years ago, we aggressively acquired as many of these rare, new find, blue, color change garnets as possible. The reason we did is the same reason you should own. Simple stated, these are very uncommon and highly desirable among collectors. With no enhancement and no continuous new supply, these gems are highly collectible now and sure to be appreciated well into the future.
JTV's President's Collection offers prestigious gemstones hand-selected by our very own President and Chief Executive Officer of Jewelry Television, Tim Matthews.
Tim is an accomplished scholar and life member of the Gemological Association of Great Britain (Gem-A). His academic credentials include a Juris Doctor (JD) from Harvard Law School, Gemology (FGA) and Diamond (DGA) diplomas from the Gemological Association of Great Britain, and a Graduate Gemologist (GG) diploma from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA).
With a deep passion for gemstones and jewelry, he has personally curated each item in this exquisite collection. When you acquire an item from JTV's President's Collection, you can be assured that you have a special gem from our most exclusive collection.
Craig A. Lynch, G.G., is an Accredited Senior Gemologist and Certified Insurance Appraiser. Mr. Lynch has more than 35 years experience in the jewelry and gemstone industries and is the owner of Ouellet and Lynch, an independent appraisal firm in Phoenix, AZ. His company appraises fine jewelry for retail stores in the western U.S. and regularly appraises and consults for law firms, banks and private individuals. Mr. Lynch has served for more than 10 years on the Board of Directors of the International Accredited Gemologists Association. He is a past president of the Arizona Jewelers Association as well as a member of the Jewelers of America and the Jewelers Security Alliance. A published author, Mr. Lynch has appeared on numerous television shows as a jewelry expert and prides himself in keeping abreast of the latest developments in the gemological field.
- Product Type
- Single Gemstone
- Presidents Collection
- Country of Origin
- Appraisal Included
- Appraisal Value
- Certificate Type
- Gemological Lab Report
- Certifying Organization
- Piece Count
- Masasi Blue Garnet
- Gemstone Species
- Masasi Blue Garnet
- Carat Weight
- 3.57 ctw
- Gemstone Shape
- Gemstone Dimensions
- 9.96mm L x 7.59mm W
- Mixed Cuts
- Gemstone Color
- Gemstone Composition
- No Treatment
- Material Composition
- Color Change
- Origin Country
- Tanzania, United Republic Of
Sodalite is a mineral used most often for carvings and some types of jewelry. Known for its rich, royal blue hues, sodalite is found in limited areas of the world. Frequently mottled with white veins of calcite, sodalite resembles lapis lazuli in appearance and has been mistaken for it at times. It can occur not only as blue, but also in crystals of gray, yellow, green or pink color.
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