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9.5x3mm, Pink Kunzite-Marquis

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  • Model : 9314
  • Products Carat Weight : .8200 Total Carat Weight (TCW)
  • Units in Stock : 1


0.8200 Cts of Pink Kunzite in a Marquis Cut

9.5x3mm, Pink Kunzite-Marquis
Slender pale pink color with nice cut, should set up nicely!

  • Dealer Offering Item for Sale: New Directions - Gems

    Gemstone Facts:

    Named after the G Kunns who first described as gemstone Can confused with several pink stones. Especially amethyst, Beryl, Topaz, and colored glass. Kunzite is the pale pink to light-violet gem-quality variety of the pyroxene mineral spodumene, a lithium aluminum inosilicate. Kunzite was first discovered in Connecticut, USA, and was named after George Frederick Kunz (1856 - 1932), an American mineralogist and the former vice president and buyer for Tiffany & Company. Kunz was a legendary New York jeweler and colored stone specialist, and he was the first to comprehensively describe the stone in 1902. Although it was first discovered in the USA, most of the current supply of kunzite is found in Afghanistan and Pakistan

  • Kunzite Specifications:
    • Gem Species: SPODUMEME
    • Hardness: 6.5 -
    • Density: 3.18
    • RI: 1.66 -
  • Size: 9.5 (L) X 3 (W) mm
  • Cut: Marquis
  • Carat Weight: 0.8200 Carats TCW
  • Overall Grade: AA+
  • Clarity Description: IF - Internally Flawless: Free on inclusions under 10x magnification.
  • 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 faceting with proper cutting angles "critical angle"
  • Carat Breakdown: Average in Carat Weight for this size stone (+/- 5%)
  • Photo Clarity Breakdown: Color is Good, Image is Sharp but doesn't show clear depth,, & Background is Close to True.
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  • 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.
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