Here are the changes to look for on the All That Glitters Website
This Month's Special: Two Faceted Malagasy Yellow Orthoclases
This Month's Gem News: 15
Diamonds Making The News in 2013
2013, diamonds were everyone’s best friend. Check out 15 of the most
jaw-dropping, wondrous, luminescent, and headline-grabbing diamonds this year
had to offer.
Newly Faceted or Photographed Gemstones:
gemstone rough has been faceted and received. New material includes:
with play of color, as well as orange and yellow Opal from Oregon; Color
Changing YAG as written up in the GemeWizard article a few months back;
Synthetic Alexandrite; Neon Apatite; Yellow Beryl (Heliodor); Ruby Red Garnet
and a large round Iolite with an unusual orientation showing how trichroic this
large Quartz Crystal with unique orange crystals and unusual surface markings
Great Quartz Pieces with Aesthetic Inclusions
Sphene - representing the species on the International Gemological Society's
Ammolite - representing the species on the International Gemological Society's
Opals with Wonderful Play of Color
Large Rutilated Quartz
Cluster with two terminated small Topaz crystals
Aquamarine crystal with mica and a Bicolor Tourmaline Specimen on Matrix!
Aquamarine crystal on matrix
mined Pink Tourmaline Spray from the Havey Mine in Maine…
Pairs of CZ Earrings - very old inventory from 20+ years ago
2+ct Ruby, well cut, clean and just Certed by GIA
Hand Picked Pyrite in Clear Quartz Faceted Gems…
Gemstones in Cutting:
gemstone rough that had been out at the cutters has been faceted and received.
our Newly Photographed Gems page to see the latest arrivals!
We have added a new page:
All That Glitters Diamond Search Engine
is here. Many have contacted us in the past wanting to see us offer
Diamonds at similarly low prices as our Colored Gemstones. We have teamed
up with our associates to bring to the online public a Diamond Search Engine
which will allow one to search for the carat weight, color, make, ratios, certs
and everything else that one could want - including immediate pricing!
The only limit one has is that we mandate that Diamonds found have either a GIA
or EGL (USA) Certificate indicating clarity, color, cut, carat weight,
proportions, etc. This has many advantages. Visit the ATG Diamond
Search Engine for yourself and/or recommend it to those who are seeking