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Beryl v. morganite From the Halpern Mineral Collection, San Francisco photo By…

Beryl v. morganite From the Halpern Mineral Collection, San Francisco photo By…

The 138.5 carat flawless Ruspoli Sapphire aka The Grand Sapphire of Louis XIV of France.  Today the sapphire resides in the Paris Museum of Natural History. The sapphire is probably originally from Ceylon (Sri Lanka).

The 138.5 carat flawless Ruspoli Sapphire aka The Grand Sapphire of Louis XIV of France. Today the sapphire resides in the Paris Museum of Natural History. The sapphire is probably originally from Ceylon (Sri Lanka).

The Guinness Book of World Records names Painite as the rarest gem mineral on earth. Painite has so far only been found in Myanmar, Indonesia. Colours vary from pink to brown and like diamond, Painite will appear a different colour when viewed from different angles. Very few Painite crystals are known to exist and even fewer have been cut into gemstones.

The Guinness Book of World Records names Painite as the rarest gem mineral on earth. Painite has so far only been found in Myanmar, Indonesia. Colours vary from pink to brown and like diamond, Painite will appear a different colour when viewed from different angles. Very few Painite crystals are known to exist and even fewer have been cut into gemstones.

Jeremejevite $800 (~ €613)  Erongo Mountains, Namibia  thumbnail - 3 x 0.7 x 0.45 cm

Jeremejevite $800 (~ €613) Erongo Mountains, Namibia thumbnail - 3 x 0.7 x 0.45 cm

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