1.01 ct Natural Oval-Cut 5A+ Green VVS-IF Tsavorite Garnet (Tanzania)

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1.01 ct Natural Oval-Cut 5A+ Green VVS-IF Tsavorite Garnet (Tanzania)

1.01 ct Natural Oval-Cut 5A+ Green VVS-IF Tsavorite Garnet (Tanzania)

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Người bán: captej2012 (802 đánh giá)

Sản phẩm sẽ giao đến địa chỉ quý khách vào khoảng ngày 01-05-2021 đến 11-05-2021 nếu quý khách thanh toán trong hôm nay
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Địa điểm:
Canyon Country, California
Tình trạng:
New without tags
Giá bán:
23,778,960 đ
Trọng lượng:
1Kg
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Thông số sản phẩm

Restocking Fee
No
All returns accepted
Returns Accepted
Item must be returned within
30 Days
Refund will be given as
Money Back
Return shipping will be paid by
Buyer
Shape
Oval
Natural/Lab-Created
Natural
Length
7.10mm
Width
5.50mm
Depth
3.20mm
Total Carat Weight (TCW)
1.01 ct
Treatment
None (No Enhancement)
Transparency
VVS-IF
Country of Origin
Tanzania

Giới thiệu

1.01 ct Natural Oval-Cut 5A+ Green VVS-IF Tsavorite Garnet (Tanzania)New without Tags. This garnet has never been used/placed/set in a setting. It is utterly undamaged, unmarred and in perfect condition as expected of NWOTags.I have included a Tsavorite Garnet article below for your appreciation and enjoyment.Summary of below: "The intense green of tsavorite is owed to traces of vanadium or chromium. This desirable hue can cause tsavorite to be mistaken for fine emeralds. The name "tsavorite" comes from the place where it was first discovered; Tsavo National Park in Tanzania on the borders of Kenya and Tanzania. To this day, this area is the only source of tsavorite garnet." ... "Tsavorite garnets are not usually treated or enhanced in any way."Type: Tsavorite Garnet (personally confirmed as Tsavorite Garnet by digital refractometer (RI=1.749), dichroscope, polariscope (singly refractive), spectrometer, UV short&long-wave light, measured Specific Gravity=3.59) -- captej2012Color: 5A+ GreenShape: Oval-cutSize: 7.10mm x 5.50mm x 3.20mmWeight: 1.01 ctClarity: VVS-IFTreatment: Not Enhanced, Not Treated, Not Heated (Garnets are not responsive to treatments) -- captej2012Origin: TanzaniaHardness: 6.5-7.5 MohsLuster: Gorgeous Green Garnet Queen - My Molly Malone, They say you're just a Stone. But if so Why do I feel you? Why do I hear you? How Comforting your Presence. How Close when we Whisper. Is My Need that you're There? Or Your Need that I am Here? Whichever Be We have One Another. Whatever Be We are One Another. So Take you They will, No Matter If They Do. They Want What We Are. So Go Yet We Remain. Go Share What We Are. Whatever Be We Remain. We are an eBay eStore enterprise focused on selling mostly Loose Natural Gemstones. Stay here, look around and learn. Via eBay Messaging, ask us questions, make an offer, and otherwise discuss your wishes, concerns and hopes. We pride ourselves as good-spirited folks having fun and doing our best to share the joy of Nature's most beautiful and enduring literal treasure -- Natural Gemstones. Expect to find us cheerful and trustworthy, and we will expect the same of you. For us, Negative FeedBack as a means of coercion is never needed and only degrades everyone's enjoyment in what should otherwise be a fun shopping experience. And finally, please enjoy my work as eBay's First (unofficial) Gemstone Poet. -- captej2012=========================================================== Tsavorite Garnet Gemstone InformationAbout Tsavorite Garnet - History and IntroductionTsavorite garnet is a green to emerald colored variety of grossular garnet, which is composed of calcium aluminum silicate. The intense green of tsavorite is owed to traces of vanadium or chromium. This desirable hue can cause tsavorite to be mistaken for fine emeralds. The name "tsavorite" comes from the place where it was first discovered; Tsavo National Park in Tanzania on the borders of Kenya and Tanzania. To this day, this area is the only source of tsavorite garnet.Tsavorite was discovered in 1967 by a Scottish gemologist called Campbell Bridges, whilst he was walking in Tanzania. Apparently, Bridges was charged by a buffalo and avoided the animal by diving into a gully. Looking around, he noticed some greenish rocks glinting in the sunlight. Later, Bridges and Tiffany & Co introduced tsavorite to the world. Sadly, Campbell Bridges was murdered by a mob in Kenya in August 2009 at the age of 71. It is believed that the killing was a result of disputed mining rights. Tsavorite Garnet Click to EnlargeIdentifying Tsavorite Garnet Garnet can be identified by its occurrence in metamorphic rock, its hardness (6.5 - 7.5 on the Mohs scale), color and cubic crystal structure. However, the quickest way to identify garnet is with the use of strong neodymium magnets. Garnet is attracted to neodymium magnets because it contains high concentrations of iron and/or manganese. Grossular garnet and pyrope garnet are the least magnetic of the garnet group, which can help to distinguish tsavorite from the more magnetic demantoid garnet. Additionally, the refractive index (1.734 to 1.759) of tsavorite helps to identify it from other garnet types and other gemstones.Tsavorite Garnet; Origin and Gemstone SourcesTsavorite garnet is only found in Africa, on the border of Kenya and Tanzania.Buying Tsavorite Garnet and Determining Tsavorite Garnet Gemstone ValueTsavorite Garnet Color Tsavorite garnet ranges in color from bright yellowish green to deep green or bluish green. The most desired color is an intense, highly saturated green, or a medium bluish to medium-dark green.Tsavorite Garnet Clarity and Lustre Tsavorite garnet is transparent to opaque with a vitreous lustre. It has a high refractive index, which gives it a good level of brilliance. Tsavorite gemstones should be eye-clean, meaning that no inclusions can be seen with the naked eye.Tsavorite Garnet Cut and Shape Translucent or opaque tsavorite garnet is commonly cut en cabochon and transparent material is cut in a variety of faceted shapes. Since tsavorite garnet is not often found in large sizes, the shapes that retain the most carat weight are often favored by lapidarists.Tsavorite Garnet Treatment Tsavorite garnets are not usually treated or enhanced in any way.