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Small but perfectly formed.

by Julia Aufenast April 24, 2013 1 min read

 

3mm BRAMETH rose round13mm CIT rose cut round 43mm blue sapphire rose cut 73mm GARR rose round53mm DIABLK rose cut round 13mm cab LBT round23mm PER rose cut round 13mm pink sapphire rose cut 13mm rose cut RMS round 2

I promised some time ago that I was going to increase my stock of 3mm rose cuts. It’s not easy to get these little chaps cut, as cutting prices everywhere are soaring (due to a shortage of skilled cutters and the increase of labour costs in countries like India and China – but that’s another story for another day…). However, I am now pleased to present citrine, rhodolite garnet, almandite garnet, Brazilian amethyst and peridot to my collection, all at $1.60 per stone. Very pretty, with the nice kite-shaped faceting characteristic of my stones.These are in addition to my existing stock of 3mm rose cuts – black diamond, blue and pink sapphire, ruby and London Blue Topaz. Coming soon I have new stocks of the AAA grade rainbow moonstone which proved so popular as well as white topaz in this size and cut.

Julia Aufenast
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