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Fine Faceted Calcite, Janet Annenberg Hooker Hall of Geology, Gems, and Minerals  This beautiful 1800-ct. faceted calcite from Balmat, New York, is one of the largest, finest specimens of its type. Photo by Duncan Pay © GIA, courtesy The Smithsonian Institution

Fine Faceted Calcite, Janet Annenberg Hooker Hall of Geology, Gems, and Minerals This beautiful 1800-ct. faceted calcite from Balmat, New York, is one of the largest, finest specimens of its type. Photo by Duncan Pay © GIA, courtesy The Smithsonian Institution

So what do you know, Better Than Diamond showed up in my list items! From the start I read non-stop about the Amora Gem and genuinely got my trusts up, yet then figured out that it wasn't going to be accessible until 2015 and I was kinda trusting that I'd get captivated before then. In any case albeit I was baffled about that, it didn't stop me perusing all the more about the Amora Moissanite and the more I read the more captivated I got to be by it.

So what do you know, Better Than Diamond showed up in my list items! From the start I read non-stop about the Amora Gem and genuinely got my trusts up, yet then figured out that it wasn't going to be accessible until 2015 and I was kinda trusting that I'd get captivated before then. In any case albeit I was baffled about that, it didn't stop me perusing all the more about the Amora Moissanite and the more I read the more captivated I got to be by it.

Gems:Faceted, RARE GEMSTONE: CERUSSITE - 46.33 CT. . Tsumeb, Namibia. ... Image #1

Gems:Faceted, RARE GEMSTONE: CERUSSITE - 46.33 CT. . Tsumeb, Namibia. ... Image #1

Fine quality ‪#Petalite‬ is quite rare and large clean stones are always in demand by collectors. The name petalite is derived from the Greek word "petalos" meaning leaf, an allusion to the cleavage. Pictured, colorless Petalite trillion weighing 3.84cts we just received from Brazil.

Fine quality ‪#Petalite‬ is quite rare and large clean stones are always in demand by collectors. The name petalite is derived from the Greek word "petalos" meaning leaf, an allusion to the cleavage. Pictured, colorless Petalite trillion weighing 3.84cts we just received from Brazil.

Amora Gem AVC,  2.78ct F/IF - Small photo

Amora Gem AVC, 2.78ct F/IF - Small photo

2.17ct Amora Gem Ultra (E Color, IF Clarity)

2.17ct Amora Gem Ultra (E Color, IF Clarity)

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