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Hydrothermal growth in a synthetic aquamarine. This chevron type of growth structure is indicative of the synthetic origin of this aquamarine. Photo by Nathan Renfro/GIA

Liquid fingerprint (secondary) inclusion in an unheated Mogok blue sapphire.

Fine quality untreated rubies, sapphires and other coloured gems - Untreated Blue Sapphire Inclusions

Inclusion type: Dark solid inclusion in aguamarine gemstone. Darkfield illumination 40X. Inclusión solida oscura en aguamarina.

Aquamarine is the name of the light blue and blue variety of Beryl, but we can find Beryl Gemstones in a wide variety of color

Inclusions type : Healed fractures. Two-phases inclusions. Trichites.

Excelent Cut and Clarity (Inclusions only visible under loupe) in Bi Color Orange Pink Tourmaline from Mozambique (African Tourmali

Matched Pair Deep Green Tourmaline. Fancy Cut. 12.74 ct. - MdMaya Gems Inclusions type : Two-phase trichites inclusions

Pair Dark Green Tourmalines. Fancy Cut. 12.74 ct

- MdMaya Gems Inclusions type : Two-phase trichites inclusions

Rutile silk in an unheated Sri Lanka blue sapphire. The interference colours  clearly visible in this picture. If the stone is heated to high temperatures,  these inclusions will dissolve or partially dissolve and become distorted.  The interference colours would no longer be visible.

Fine quality untreated rubies, sapphires and other coloured gems - Untreated Blue Sapphire Inclusions

Diamond Inclusions: Garnet & Feather Inclusions

Diamond Inclusions: Garnet & Feather Inclusions

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