BURMA NATURAL PEARLS
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Geological item #1345008
Burma Natural Pearls
$480.00
A very pretty 4.44ct natural black pearl, baroque shape but perfect for a designer pendant, GIA tested under their QA scheme as natural
Burma Natural Pearls
$9,300.00
A stunning emerald from Colombia weighing 7.04ct, very open grassy green colour, very good clarity for the genre, nice shape, F1 minor, AIGS certificated
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Geological item #1344998
Burma Natural Pearls
$12,600.00
A stunning and very clean unheated blue violet sapphire from Sri Lanka, gorgeous and unusual colour, nice shape, fully GIA certificated
Burma Natural Pearls
$4,450.00
A simply stunning NATURAL (not cultured or freshwater) saltwater pearl weighing a pleasing 3.15ct. From the Pteria species (probably Pteria Sterna), the pearl a slightly domed button in shape, but round when viewed from above, at 7.87x7.87x6.82mm. Colour is a dark grey with a stunning bronze/copper overtone, absolutely lovely and exceptionally rare. The pearl is free from ugly marks or blemishes. The pearl is completely untreated in every way. Beautiful lustre...
Burma Natural Pearls
$2,850.00
A simply stunning NATURAL (not cultured or freshwater) saltwater pearl weighing a pleasing 4.08ct. From the Pteria species (probably Pteria Sterna), the pearl is a slightly off-round button in shape. Colour is a sensational combination of chocolate with a copper/bronze overtone, absolutely lovely and exceptionally rare. The pearl is free from ugly marks or blemishes with the exception of the bottom of the pearl as per our pics. The pearl is completely untreated in every way. Beautiful lustre...
Burma Natural Pearls
$19,900.00
A simply delightful and completely unheated sapphire weighing an immense 10.10ct from Sri Lanka in this most unusual and exceptionally pretty lavender colour. Lovely deep colour saturation. Slight but attractive colour change in the stone. The gem has excellent clarity and is Aeye clean with only some very tiny inclusions visible under magnification (please note that the white mark at 10 o'clock in our first pic does NOT exist in the actual stone)...