Monday, February 26, 2018

All That Glitters Website and Info Changes for March 2018!

Here are the changes on the All That Glitters Website for March 2018:

This Month's Special:  
This Month's Gem News:   Tektite with a Large Fluid Inclusion
Learn about Tektites and a particular unique specimen – A GIA Gems & Gemology Article

Newly Faceted or Photographed Gemstones: 
New Arrivals Include:
Burmese Red Spinel Oval – orangy red depending on the lights
1.49ct Ruby – Currently at GIA for certing
Two VERY Affordable Padparadscha Sapphire (due to size) – Currently at GIA for certing
Unique Round Parti-Colored Sapphire, Blue/Yellow – Great Separation of Color!
Trilliant 2+ct Blue with Green Highlights Parti-Colored Sapphire
200+ct SCENIC Dendritic Quartz – Super scene showing rolling hills, trees and bluish sky!
4.30ct Pink and Orange with Red Highlights, Ouro Preto Imperial Topaz; a ring will be made unless snatched up prior to starting the design
Matched Trilliant Mahenge Garnet Suite (3) –
Matched Trilliant Fine Colored Very Brilliant Morganites (11mm and 12mm) –
Deep Blue Zircon, Emerald Cut and Fancy Oval –
Seymchan 1967 Russian Meteorite Slice, showing wonderful natural etching and set with 2 Round Tanzanites – One of a Kind!
Almost 200 gram Seymchan 1967 Russian Meteorite Slice, showing wonderful natural etching – both sides beautiful and possible for display
Over 261 gram Seymchan 1967 Russian Meteorite Slice, showing wonderful natural etching on one end and the natural surface everywhere else!
3 pieces of Amber with Insects – to be sold with Brass Display Stand (currently on order)
4 pieces of Newly Discovered “Ametrine Traphiche” Quartz – one piece to be written up in Gems & Gemology this year!
Large 2,700+ct Quartz Crystal with various inclusions including attractive sprays of fine crystals – when lit from the base, it Glows…
New Page/Link:  Montana Sapphire
We thought we would create a new page devoted to U.S. Sapphire (Montana) as this has a large following and we currently have a few pieces of rough that we had purchased and faceted in the U.S.

Gemstones in Cutting:
We have the following pieces with one of our cutters in the NW of the United States: 
Large Rhodolite/Umbalite Garnet; Smaller Rhodolite/Umbalite Garnet; Fancy Yellowish Golden Orange “Tanzanite” (Zoisite); Orange Tourmaline
We hope to send the following to another Award Wining Cutter in the SW of the United States:
Large Bluish Purple Amethyst (Rwanda); Smaller Sized Bluish Purple Amethyst (Congo); Blended Ametrine
Possible other rough to be sent to other cutters include:
Orangy Zircon(2); Medium Sized Rhodolite/Umbalite Garnet; Blue Purple Amethyst(?); Small Test Gemstones which include Fancy Rare Garnet, Zircon and Orangy Tourmaline.

All That Glitters In The News:
The newly photographed “Ametrine Trapiche” that we recently added into inventory and that is a new find originating in Brasil, will be noted in an article later this year in the well-known Gems & Gemology Magazine by GIA.  All That Glitters Unique and Rare Gemstones have appeared in Gems & Gemology Magazine on a regular basis, with the first article being 1996 noting the newly discovered Imperial Malaia Garnet, named by the owner of All That Glitters. 

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