This listing is for the depicted loose gemstone that I personally precision cut on my lapidary equipment
• 1.4 carats • 8.1mm in length 5.3mm in width, and 4.3mm in depth • Cut in my own fantasy dodecagon kite design • Untreated/unheated • Naturally occurring • Sapphire/Corundum
• Detailed Gem Description: A natural and untreated corundum (sapphire) with a bluish Green to greenish Blue hue depending on the lighting. It has a medium-light tone & very slightly grayish saturation. This gem is very clean for an unheated Montana sapphire, some inclusions are visible, see the microscopy report below for details. This is an open-tone sapphire, it will glow and sparkle in any light. Indoors it has a more dominant green appearance, in daylight it has a more dominant blue appearance.
Photos and videos were taken outdoors under a blue sky with the sun near the horizon, additional videos were taken indoors in passive lighting, under my overhead led lights, and by a window. Please review all the videos thoroughly.
Gemstone Rough Country of Origin: El Dorado Bar in Montana, USA Cutter: Sennin
• Microscopy Report: This gem features a range of inclusions. The first and most notable is the rutile silk sprinkled through the gem (prominently displayed in photos 1 & 2 and can be viewed in photos 3,4 & 5 as well). The crisp nature of these inclusions is an indicator that the sapphire has not undergone heat treatment to enhance its color or clarity. The next is a partially healed fracture, this inclusion surfaces on the crown of the gem (prominently displayed in photos 3 & 4). Photo 5 is for reference, you can partially view the inclusions but not lose reference as to where they are in the gemstone. I used the Photo Atlas of Inclusions volumes 1 & 3 by EJ Gübelin and JI Koivula for visual reference.
• If you would like this gem for a custom jewelry project, you can reserve it directly from this listing, follow up with the details for your custom project, or purchase it bundled with a pre-priced setting.