Saturday, June 29, 2019

All That Glitters Website and Info Changes for July 2019!


Here are the changes on the All That Glitters Website for July 2019:
  
This Month's Special:  Save 5% on Two Custom Created Sapphire Engagement Rings (Incredibly Beautiful/Unique)!
Visit our Monthly Special Page to Learn More…

This Month’s Gem News:   Become ENGAGED with COLOR!
“More and more couples are choosing colored gemstone rings for their personal commitment to each other…”
Read More… 

Newly Faceted or Newly Photographed Gemstones: 
Large Absolutely Killer 32+ct Ametrine just in from one of our Specialty Cutters. Working on obtaining photos to post….
Three beautiful pieces of included quartz, with green star-like crystal formations – some of these seem to have been dusted with another white and beige mineral!
Two incredibly beautiful, intricate 18kt White Gold Rings have been custom created and are described below:
   GIA Certed Pad surrounded by Diamonds,flanked by Glowing Blue Sapphires/Pad-like Sapphires in 18kt White Gold – This Months Special!
   Montana Sapphire surrounded by White Sapphire and Matching Blue Sapphire Melee in 18kt White Gold – This Months Special!
Recently GIA Certed Fine Gems:
   Alexandrite – Brasilian  (Hope to see a jewelry manufacturer/designer and will show this piece to them; may be gone shortly!...)
   Color Change Garnet – large, changing from various greens to various purples -  super colors under more than one source!
   Ruby – 1.25ct described as a Purplish Red
   Sapphire - unique pink/salmon depending on available lights/wavelengths
Three Blue Flash Amethysts  (Under Consideration – Awaiting their arrival and approval in the UK)
Fancy Uniquely Colored Small Garnets are back from the cutters (no photos currently as it is very difficult to capture the true color of these pieces.  Contact us if interested.)
Large,  just under 7ct U.S. Faceted, Mint Merelani Garnet
Montana Sapphire, bluish green to green in color, elongated emerald cut, faceted in the U.S.
Two Ametrines are back from our cutters, with one have a ‘double bubble’ created in the very center - (SOLD!)
Andalusite – small old parcel with good color  (SOLD!)
Aquamarine Parcel, Matched Pieces (SOLD!)
Quartz - Included      
Sapphire –Green (2), Purple (2), Neony Bubble Gum Pink (Certed), Montana Sapphire, Parti-Colored Slice
Spinel – large purply blue or bluish purple (Madagascar Origin; on hold, but available in a month or so)
Spinel - unique reddish orange from Vietnam
Topaz – large wonderful orangy sherry color (unheated)
Tourmaline – Trapiche from Zambia  (SOLD!)
Tsavorite – super glowing green large round (SOLD!)
Zircon – Deep Blue  (SOLD!)

Specimens include:
Agate – Cube from Russia (beautiful and a must see! – West Coast Office only and not available until the end of the year)
Skarn – Fantastic natural skarn framed slab from Russia (40 yo find); looks like a drawing or sketch!
Tourmaline, 1 crystal and one terminated quartz with green/blue tourmaline crystals/segments

Antiquities:
Carnelian Seal – wonderful chariot scene with Greek Aegean Star (possibly a former pendant)
Agate Cylinder Seal  - one of the largest we have ever seen with incredible well designed/incised hunting scene - Important!
Roman Seal (Hercules) – believe to be clear/grey Agate and could have originally been in a ring
Roman Bronze depicting what looks like an athlete possibly in a shot put competition (said to be Cupid)

NEW PAGE!:
We have created a Close Out Page where some items may be posted at times.  Typically older material that may not have seen the light of day
for a few decades – check it out at times!  Prices may not be listed at times and a fair offer will be considered.
                                                                          
Gemstones in Cutting:
We have two large Ametrines, an Aquamarine, a Blue Flash Amethyst and a Purply Garnet all in cutting – two different U.S. Cutters.
The Aquamarine and Amethyst have been completed and we are waiting on the Garnet.  The two Ametrines are currently in queue to be started.
Two more Ametrines and a Blue Flash Amethyst are also on the hands of the cutter who recently finished the 32+ct just back.  Just a matter of time….
We have two large 100ct Oregon Sunstones that will be carved and/or cut by the multi-award winning cutter, Dalan Hargrave.  Dalan has reached out to us recently to indicate his thoughts on how he would approach the cutting of each piece, and we hope that these pieces will be as beautiful as his past pieces – many destined to be in major collections and museums.  We gave him the thumbs up to begin working his magic, and some of his pieces are indeed magical!  We are currently awaiting the results.  So far, it is a year, but these things take time.



Wednesday, May 29, 2019

All That Glitters Website and Info Changes for June 2019!


Here are the changes on the All That Glitters Website for June 2019:

This Month's Special:  
Visit our Monthly Special Page to Learn More…

This Month’s Gem News:   
Read More… 

Newly Faceted or Newly Photographed Gemstones: 
Three beautiful pieces of included quartz, with green star-like crystal formations – some of these seem to have been dusted with another white and beige mineral!
Two incredibly beautiful, intricate 18kt White Gold Rings have been custom created and are described below:
   GIA Certed Pad surrounded by Diamonds and flanked by Glowing Blue Sapphires/Pad-like Sapphires in 18kt White Gold
   Montana Sapphire surrounded by White Sapphire and Matching Blue Sapphire Melee in 18kt White Gold
Recently GIA Certed Fine Gems:
   Alexandrite – Brasilian
   Color Change Garnet – large, changing from various greens to various purples -  super colors under more than one source!
   Ruby – 1.25ct described as a Purplish Red
   Sapphire - unique pink/salmon depending on available lights/wavelengths
Three Blue Flash Amethysts  (Under Consideration – Awaiting their arrival and approval in the UK)
Fancy Uniquely Colored Small Garnets are back from the cutters (no photos currently as it is very difficult to capture the true color of these pieces.  Contact us if interested.)
Large,  just under 7ct U.S. Faceted, Mint Merelani Garnet
Montana Sapphire, bluish green to green in color, elongated emerald cut, faceted in the U.S.
Two Ametrines are back from our cutters, with one have a ‘double bubble’ created in the very center - (SOLD!)
Andalusite – small old parcel with good color  (SOLD!)
Aquamarine Parcel, Matched Pieces (SOLD!)
Quartz - Included      
Sapphire –Green (2), Purple (2), Neony Bubble Gum Pink (Certed), Montana Sapphire, Parti-Colored Slice
Spinel – large purply blue or bluish purple (Madagascar Origin; on hold, but available in a month or so)
Spinel - unique reddish orange from Vietnam
Topaz – large wonderful orangy sherry color (unheated)
Tourmaline – Trapiche from Zambia  (SOLD!)
Tsavorite – super glowing green large round (SOLD!)
Zircon – Deep Blue  (SOLD!)

Specimens include:
Agate – Cube from Russia (beautiful and a must see!)
Skarn – Fantastic natural skarn framed slab from Russia (40 yo find); looks like a drawing or sketch!
Tourmaline, 1 crystal and one terminated quartz with green/blue tourmaline crystals/segments

Antiquities:
Carnelian Seal – wonderful chariot scene with Greek Aegean Star (possibly a former pendant)
Agate Cylinder Seal  - one of the largest we have ever seen with incredible well designed/incised hunting scene - Important!
Roman Seal (Hercules) – believe to be clear/grey Agate and could have originally been in a ring
Roman Bronze depicting what looks like an athlete possibly in a shot put competition (said to be Cupid)

NEW PAGE!:
We have created a Close Out Page where some items may be posted at times.  Typically older material that may not have seen the light of day
for a few decades – check it out at times!  Prices may not be listed at times and a fair offer will be considered.
                                                                          
Gemstones in Cutting:
We have two large Ametrines, an Aquamarine, a Blue Flash Amethyst and a Purply Garnet all in cutting – two different U.S. Cutters.
We have two large 100ct Oregon Sunstones that will be carved and/or cut by the multi-award winning cutter, Dalan Hargrave.  Dalan has reached out to us recently to indicate his thoughts on how he would approach the cutting of each piece, and we hope that these pieces will be as beautiful as his past pieces – many destined to be in major collections and museums.  We gave him the thumbs up to begin working his magic, and some of his pieces are indeed magical!  We are currently awaiting the results. 

Back from the Cutters:
One of our U.S. cutters of distinction continues to produce a few beauties from the rough we send him, though he typically doesn’t have the time to cut for us on a regular basis.  This time, an incredible Mint Merelani Garnet (Grossular) of just under 7cts has recently returned, as well as a 2.42ct elongated emerald cut Montana Sapphire of a blue/green color.  These Mint Merelanis have been incredibly popular due to the brilliance, unique color in the gemstone world, hints of dispersion and prices can be quite high.  One of our friends/associates faceted a very large one back about 15 years ago and it wholesaled at $90,000.  We saw a 3.15ct elongated cushion in Tucson wholesaling at about $1500/ct, which in today’s market is very decent price.  We know of a 1.6+ct round in NYC and their retail price is about $2500/ct.  This newly faceted large Mint Merelani is priced to move at the typical  All That Glitters low low price – check it out on our Newly Photographed page or our main Garnet page – note that the Mint Merelani is related to Tsavorite Garnet.




Monday, April 29, 2019

All That Glitters Website and Info Changes for May 2019!


Here are the changes on the All That Glitters Website for May 2019:

Visit our Monthly Special Page…

This Month’s Gem News:   What You Didn’t Know About Padparadscha
“Connoisseurs have long swooned over the mythical hues of padparadscha sapphire. With few jewelry lovers knowing anything about the stone, UK's Princess Eugenie put the spotlight on this winsome treasure in 2018…”
Read More… 

Newly Faceted or Newly Photographed Gemstones: 
Two incredibly beautiful, intricate 18kt White Gold Rings have been custom created and are described below:
   GIA Certed Pad surrounded by Diamonds and flanked by Glowing Blue Sapphires/Pad-like Sapphires in 18kt White Gold
   Montana Sapphire surrounded by White Sapphire and Matching Blue Sapphire Melee in 18kt White Gold
Recently GIA Certed Fine Gems:
   Alexandrite – Brasilian
   Color Change Garnet – large, changing from various greens to various purples -  super colors under more than one source!
   Ruby – 1.25ct described as a Purplish Red
   Sapphire - unique pink/salmon depending on available lights/wavelengths
Three Blue Flash Amethysts and Fancy Uniquely Colored Small Garnets are back from the cutters (no photos currently as it is very difficult to capture the true color of these pieces.  Contact us if interested.)
Large,  just under 7ct U.S. Faceted, Mint Merelani Garnet
Montana Sapphire, bluish green to green in color, elongated emerald cut, faceted in the U.S.
Two Ametrines are back from our cutters, with one have a ‘double bubble’ created in the very center - (SOLD!)
Andalusite – small old parcel with good color  (SOLD!)
Aquamarine Parcel, Matched Pieces (SOLD!)
Quartz - Included      
Sapphire –Green (2), Purple (2), Neony Bubble Gum Pink (Certed), Montana Sapphire, Parti-Colored Slice
Spinel – purply blue (Madagascar Origin (SOLD! - Singapore)
Spinel - unique reddish orange from Vietnam
Topaz – large wonderful orangy sherry color
Tourmaline – Trapiche from Zambia
Tsavorite – super glowing green large round (SOLD!)
Zircon – Deep Blue  (SOLD!)

Specimens include:
Agate – Cube from Russia (beautiful and a must see!)
Skarn – Fantastic natural skarn framed slab from Russia (40 yo find); looks like a drawing or sketch!
Tourmaline, 1 crystal and one terminated quartz with green/blue tourmaline crystals/segments

Rough – Behind the scenes and to be cut in the future:
Aquamarine
Large Unique Grossular Garnets, slight color shift
Purple Garnets
Unique Color Shifting Garnets

Antiquities:
Carnelian Seal – wonderful chariot scene with Greek Aegean Star (possibly a former pendant)
Agate Cylinder Seal  - one of the largest we have ever seen with incredible well designed/incised hunting scene - Important!
Roman Seal (Hercules) – believe to be clear/grey Agate and could have originally been in a ring
Roman Bronze depicting what looks like an athlete possibly in a shot put competition (said to be Cupid)
                                                                           
Gemstones in Cutting:
We have two large 100ct Oregon Sunstones that will be carved and/or cut by the multi-award winning cutter, Dalan Hargrave.  Dalan has reached out to us recently to indicate his thoughts on how he would approach the cutting of each piece, and we hope that these pieces will be as beautiful as his past pieces – many destined to be in major collections and museums.  We gave him the thumbs up to begin working his magic, and some of his pieces are indeed magical!  We are currently awaiting the results. 

Back from the Cutters:
One of our U.S. cutters of distinction continues to produce a few beauties from the rough we send him, though he typically doesn’t have the time to cut for us on a regular basis.  This time, an incredible Mint Merelani Garnet (Grossular) of just under 7cts has recently returned, as well as a 2.42ct elongated emerald cut Montana Sapphire of a blue/green color.  These Mint Merelanis have been incredibly popular due to the brilliance, unique color in the gemstone world, hints of dispersion and prices can be quite high.  One of our friends/associates faceted a very large one back about 15 years ago and it wholesaled at $90,000.  We saw a 3.15ct elongated cushion in Tucson wholesaling at about $1500/ct, which in today’s market is very decent price.  We know of a 1.6+ct round in NYC and their retail price is about $2500/ct.  This newly faceted large Mint Merelani is priced to move at the typical  All That Glitters low low price – check it out on our Newly Photographed page or our main Garnet page – note that the Mint Merelani is related to Tsavorite Garnet.



Saturday, March 30, 2019

All That Glitters Website and Info Changes for April 2019!

Here are the changes on the All That Glitters Website for April 2019:

This Month's Special:  Photographed Page!

This Months Gem News:   GIA’s Gems and Gemology Magazine  - Inclusion Articles
Gemstones with unique inclusions or aesthetically pleasing/beautiful inclusions have always been of interest to the collector or those
who can appreciate naturally created beauty.  Inclusions in gems/minerals might be interesting, but they may not add any value to the host – it is only when there is something that is aesthetically pleasing, beautiful, perhaps well-formed needles/crystals, rare, etc. that the value of the piece then increases.  Some types of inclusions and their host minerals are seen in a few examples, as noted in the Gems & Gemology articles found on our Monthly News Page.
Read More… 

Newly Faceted or Newly Photographed Gemstones: 
Large just under 7ct U.S. Faceted, Mint Merelani Garnet
Montana Sapphire, bluish green in color, elongated emerald cut, faceted in the U.S.
Alexandrite – Brasilian
Two Ametrines are back from our cutters, with one have a ‘double bubble’ created in the very center - (Under Consideration – Jewelry Manufacturer/Designer)
Andalusite – small old parcel with good color
Aquamarine Parcel, Matched Pieces (Under Consideration – Jewelry Manufacturer/Designer)
Garnet – large color shifting from various greens to various purples -  super colors under more than one source!
Quartz - Included
Sapphire – unique orange or salmon, green (2), purple (2), bubble gum pink, Montana Sapphire, Parti-Colored Slice
Spinel – purply blue (Madagascar Origin; Under Consideration - Singapore)
Spinel - unique reddish orange from Vietnam
Topaz – large wonderful orangy sherry color
Tourmaline – Trapiche from Zambia
Tsavorite – super glowing green large round (Under Consideration – Jewelry Manufacturer/Designer)
Zircon – Deep Blue  (Under Consideration – Jewelry Manufacturer/Designer)

Specimens include:
Agate – Cube from Russia (beautiful and a must see!)
Meteorite – 5mm etched cube weighing 998 grams (essentially 1 kilogram, 2.25 lbs!)  (Destined for an auction)
Skarn – Fantastic natural skarn framed slab from Russia (40 yo find); looks like a drawing or sketch!
Tourmaline, 1 crystal and one terminated quartz with green/blue tourmaline crystals/segments

Rough – Behind the scenes and to be cut in the future:
Color Shift/Change Garnets – unique colors
Aquamarine
Mint Merelani Garnet – FACETED!
Large Unique Grossular Garnets, slight color shift
Montana Sapphire (greenish) – FACETED!

Antiquities:
Carnelian Seal – wonderful chariot scene with Greek Aegean Star (possibly a former pendant)
Agate Cylinder Seal  - one of the largest we have ever seen with incredible well designed/incised hunting scene - Important!
Roman Seal (Hercules) – believe to be clear/grey Agate and could have originally been in a ring
Roman Bronze depicting what looks like an athlete possibly in a shot put competition (said to be Cupid)

Gemstones Being Certed by GIA:
We currently have the following gemstones in the CA Gem Lab of GIA being certed:
Alexandrite, Color Change Garnet, possible Ruby, possible Padparadscha – when we say possible, that is because it will be up to GIA to
determine whether they are indeed Ruby and Pad vs. Sapphire, as these two gem species are determined by color and color is
determined/based on lighting and wavelengths present.  The GIA Lab has these correct lights and will make a determination in the near future….
                                                                           
Gemstones in Cutting:
We have two large 100ct Oregon Sunstones that will be carved and/or cut by the multi-award winning cutter, Dalan Hargrave.  Dalan has reached out to us recently to indicate his thoughts on how he would approach the cutting of each piece, and we hope that these pieces will be as beautiful as his past pieces – many destined to be in major collections and museums.  We gave him the thumbs up to begin working his magic, and some of his pieces are indeed magical!  We are currently awaiting the results. 
Some small uniquely colored garnets are being faceted a well as a few Blue Flash Amethyst – should be back in a month or so…

Back from the Cutters:
One of our U.S. cutters of distinction continues to produce a few beauties from the rough we send him, though he typically doesn’t have the time to cut for us on a regular basis.  This time, an incredible Mint Merelani Garnet (Grossular) of just under 7cts has recently returned, as well as a 2.42ct elongated emerald cut Montana Sapphire of a blue/green color.  These Mint Merelanis have been incredibly popular due to the brilliance, unique color in the gemstone world, hints of dispersion and prices can be quite high.  One of our friends/associates faceted a very large one back about 15 years ago and it wholesaled at $90,000.  We saw a 3.15ct elongated cushion in Tucson wholesaling at about $1500/ct, which in todays market is very decent price.  We know of a 1.6+ct round in NYC and their retail price is about $2500/ct.  This newly faceted large Mint Merelani is priced to move at the typical  All That Glitters low low price – check it out on our Newly Photographed page or our main Garnet page – note that the Mint Merelani is related to Tsavorite Garnet.



Tuesday, February 26, 2019

All That Glitters Website and Info Changes for March 2019!


Here are the changes on the All That Glitters Website for March 2019:

This Month's Special:  

This Month's Gem News:  

Newly Faceted or Newly Photographed Gemstones: 
Numerous items will be available on our Newly Photographed Page as soon as we obtain decent photos and create the necessary text and coding. 
So far, we believe all the gems were uploaded and are online as of recently.
Expect to see the following:
Alexandrite – Brasilian
Two Ametrines are back from our cutters, with one have a ‘double bubble’ created in the very center
Andalusite – small old parcel with good color
Garnet – large color shifting from various greens to various purples and super colors under more than one source!
Quartz - Included
Sapphire – unique orange or salmon, green (2), purple (2), bubble gum pink, Montana Sapphire, Parti-Colored Slice
Spinel – purply blue (Madagascar), unique reddish orange from Vietnam
Topaz – large wonderful orangy sherry color
Tourmaline – Trapiche from Zambia
Tsavorite – super glowing green large round
Zircon – Deep Blue

Specimens include:
Agate – Cube from Russia (beautiful and a must see!)
Meteorite – 5mm etched cube weighing 998 grams (essentially 1 kilogram, 2.25 lbs!)
Skarn – Fantastic natural skarn framed slab from Russia (40 yo find); looks like a drawing or sketch!
Tourmaline, 1 crystal and one terminated quartz with green/blue tourmaline crystals/segments

Rough – Behind the scenes and to be cut in the future:
Color Shift/Change Garnets – unique colors
Aquamarine
Mint Merelani Garnet
Large Unique Grossular Garnets, slight color shift
Montana Sapphire (greenish)

Antiquities:
Carnelian Seal – wonderful chariot scene
Agate Cylinder Seal  - one of the largest we have ever seen with incredible well designed/incised scene!
Roman Seal (Hercules) – probably Agate and could have originally been in a ring
Roman Bronze depicting what looks like an athlete possibly in a shot put competition
                                                                           
Buy Now and Intent to Purchase Buttons:
We hope to be changing our website in the future so one can just click on a button near an item of interest to make the purchase.  With so much inventory and hundreds of pages to change/modify or create from scratch, we still may be a few years from that goal.  However, as an initial test and so people don’t have to scroll down the page to find our PayPal or Intent to Purchase links, we have added two quick features on one page – the Newly Photographed Page.  One will find two buttons under items which will allow payment via PayPal or access to our Intent to Purchase Form in the vicinity of items for sale.  You will still have to enter certain information as you would on those individual links, but it is more convenient and we wanted to see if our customers would be using them.  So click away and make your purchases!

Gemstones in Cutting:
We have two large 100ct Oregon Sunstones that will be carved and/or cut by the multi-award winning cutter, Dalan Hargrave.  Dalan has reached out to us recently to indicate his thoughts on how he would approach the cutting of each piece, and we hope that these pieces will be as beautiful as his past pieces – many destined to be in major collections and museums.  We gave him the thumbs up to begin working his magic, and some of his pieces are indeed magical!  We are currently awaiting the results.  
A few pieces of new rough will be given to a different cutter we have used in the past, and that might include the Aqua, Mint Merelani Garnet, Unique Color Shifting Garnet and a large Shifting Orangy Garnet, as well as the greenish Montana Sapphire.

The Tucson Gem and Mineral Show:
Many of the prices we saw in the wholesale shows this year continue to be much higher that the All That Glitters website prices.  We are still considering exhibiting there next year and moving out a large volume of our inventory.  We last displayed there in about 1990.


Thursday, January 31, 2019

All That Glitters Website and Info Changes for February 2019!


Here are the changes on the All That Glitters Website for February 2019:

This Month's Special:  Large Special Meteorite with Etching and Natural Surface

This Month's Gem News:   
Read More…

Newly Faceted or Newly Photographed Gemstones: 
Several new gemstones and other items should be available in our March Monthly Email, and posted by the end of February.  Keep checking the Newly Faceted/Newly Photographed Gemstones Page – link immediately above!
                                                                                

Sunday, December 30, 2018

All That Glitters Website and Info Changes for January 2019!


Here are the changes on the All That Glitters Website for January 2019:
  
This Month's Special:  

This Month's Gem News:   

Newly Faceted or Photographed Gemstones: 
New incredibly beautiful, approx. 35ct Ametrine faceted in the U.S. by one of our masterful cutters   (SOLD!)
Beautiful Pentagon Shaped 26+ Ametrine from All That Glitters Rough faceted by an incredible cutter known for his work on Quartz    (SOLD!)
An incredible 40+ct Ametrine, flat faceted in a specially designed unique cut which shows off many colors by a cutter known for cutting quartz!  Still Available!
Second Chance at a wonderfully etched meteorite on one side and the naturally occurring original surface on the other (SOLD!)
Two Certed 3+ Spinels, one being a purply rose and the other more of a purple – both priced to move   (SOLD!)
We have 4 U.S. Faceted Umbalite Garnets, two squares, one square cushion (the 4.18ct gem is Under Consideration), one round, all with the same properties:  depending on the lights, the color can be burgundy wine, ruby red or magenta.  We haven’t been able to obtain really good photos of these pieces.  Two of these do appear on the website.  Weights range from 3+cts to 6+cts and are priced at $100/ct. A very low price for unique color shifting that we haven’t seen before.
                                                                                
Buy Now and Intent to Purchase Buttons:
We hope to be changing our website in the future so one can just click on a button near an item of interest to make the purchase.  With so much inventory and hundreds of pages to change/modify or create from scratch, we still may be a few years from that goal.  However, as an initial test and so people don’t have to scroll down the page to find our PayPal or Intent to Purchase links, we have added two quick features on one page – the Newly Photographed Page.  One will find two buttons under items which will allow payment via PayPal or access to our Intent to Purchase Form in the vicinity of items for sale.  You will still have to enter certain information as you would on those individual links, but it is more convenient and we wanted to see if our customers would be using them.  So click away and make your purchases!

Gemstones in Cutting:
We have two large 100ct Oregon Sunstones that will be carved and/or cut by the multi-award winning cutter, Dalan Hargrave.  Dalan has reached out to us recently to indicate
his thoughts on how he would approach the cutting of each piece, and we hope that these pieces will be as beautiful as his past pieces – many destined to be in major collections and museums.  We gave him the thumbs up to begin working his magic, and some of his pieces are indeed magical!

The Tucson Gem and Mineral Show is Just Around the Corner:
Before you know it, people will be leaving for the Tucson Show!  We do not plan on displaying this year, but are considering 2020.  We will continue to meet our customers, those from the United States and those that fly in from other countries.  Our inventory is split between both the east and west coasts, so contact us to learn if items you have an interest in are available for us to bring to Tucson.  Arrangements can be made to view items in person, so one can admire the internal brilliance, external polish/sparkle and color under various lights.  This is a great opportunity to see some of  the All That Glitters inventory in person!