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5 mm, Amber Amber-Round

Price :

  • Model : 5458
  • Products Carat Weight : 0.337 Ave Carat Weight (ACW)
  • Units in Stock : 32


0.337Cts of Amber Amber in a Round-cab Cut

5 mm, Amber Amber-Round
Nice Cut and very Clean

  • Dealer Offering Item for Sale: New Directions
  • Amber Specifications:
    • Gem Species:
    • Hardness: -
    • Density:
    • RI: -
  • Size: 5 (D) mm
  • Cut: Round-cab
  • Calibrated Gemstone: Yes
  • Carat Weight: 0.337 Carats Ave
  • Grade: Cab AA+
  • Clarity Breakdown: Internally flawless, meaning that the stone was examined under a microscope of at least 40x magnification and no inclusions were seen.
  • 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 & True, Image is Sharp, & Background is True.
  • Photo shows Multiple views of gemstones.
  • Pricing based on single gemstone.
  • Amber is a gemstone formed through the fossilization of tree resin. Amber resin is not the same as typical tree sap. It is sourced specifically from the Pinus succinifera tree. The fossilization of amber can be traced back to the Tertiary period, meaning that amber stones formed approximately 50 million years ago. Since amber is formed from soft and sticky resin, amber often contains animal and plant inclusions; mostly mosquitoes and other insect species. Amber that developed in coal seams is often called 'resinite', and specimens sourced specifically from New Zealand coal seams are referred to as 'ambrite'. Amber is one of the few varieties of organic gemstones. The most common varieties of organic gems include amber, pearl, coral and ivory.
  • Note: Photo taken with cotton fibers background.
  • 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.
  • Click on the photo to enlarge photo for better detail..