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4 mm, Peach Grossular Garnet-Princess

Price :
$18.25

  • Model : 8309
  • Products Carat Weight : .3500 Total Carat Weight (TCW)
  • Units in Stock : 1

Description

0.3500 Cts of Peach Grossular Garnet in a Princess Cut

4 mm, Peach Grossular Garnet-Princess
Very pretty peach color with very nice cut and clean

  • Dealer Offering Item for Sale: New Directions - Gems

    Gemstone Facts:

    Name is derived from the Latin for gooseberry. It can be confused with emeralds and demantoid. All species of garnets possess similar physical properties and crystal forms, but differ in chemical composition. The different species are pyrope, almandine, spessartine, grossular (varieties of which are hessonite or cinnamon-stone and tsavorite), uvarovite and andradite.

  • Garnet Specifications:
    • Gem Species: GARNET
    • Hardness: 7 -
    • Density: 3.7
    • RI: 1.75 -
  • Size: 4 (D) mm
  • Cut: Princess
  • Calibrated Gemstone: Yes
  • Carat Weight: 0.3500 Carats TCW
  • Grade: AAA-
  • Clarity Breakdown: Loupe clean meaning that no inclusions are seen using 10x magnification.
  • Cutting Breakdown: Brilliance with a precision cut. Stone has equal and symmetrical facting with proper cutting angles "critical angle"
  • Carat Breakdown: Average in Carat Weight for this size stone (+/- 5%)
  • Photo Clarity Breakdown: Color is Excellent, Image is Sharp, & Background is True.
  • Photo shows Multiple views of a single gemstone.
  • Pricing based on single gemstone.
  • Note: Photo shows cotton fiber over gemstone in some or all of the views…
  • Note: Photo taken with Black background.
  • Very Clean the Photo doesn't do the gemstone justice.
  • We grade each gemstone for Color, Clarity, cut, and Carat weight. We try to define / analysis each gemstone and photo taken (all photo are of the gemstone itself not a general stone photo) to help you make a better decision.
  • These photos are intended to provide you with an accurate visual representation of the gem.
  • Photo's taken with a macro lens, which may make the gemstone look larger in some views..
  • Combining of views also may make gemstone look different sizes.
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