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Aquamarine/Topaz (blue) 'tablet' (34 gr) clear Quartz devotional Meditator Girasol (foggy) Quartz heart (gemmy) 4
This piece actually has some partial termination - which makes it seem (in that way) like a Topaz - so we categorize it as both (though the color certainly seems more Aquamarine). The price is right, at just under $2/gram (half price)! The stone probably comes from elsewhere (probably Brazil), but this hard-to-find carving work is most likely done in China. We're always happy to have it in stock, but finding it is by chance. So if you're interested, but we're "out" - definitely ask - we might have other stones or an order en route. Please note that pictured are 2 different pieces, one is slightly larger, but the dimensions listed are of the smaller piece. Spectacular find (2013) of gemmy, cloudy Madagascar Girasol (foggy) Quartz Hearts...last one! Length is top to bottom (5.2cm), width is side to side (6cm), and depth is 2cm (thick). Girasol Quartz I call "the Trust stone" - because you can't see clearly through it - it represents (and gives you the opportunity to make peace with) the Unknown and the Unknowable.
Aquamarine w Sterling pendants Sodalite obelisk 'squat' Chrysocolla egg, perfect color spread
Sodalite obelisk 'squat'
Our Price: $120.00
Triangular piece of Aquamarine, expertly wrapped in Sterling. Most of our inventory is offline, so if you'd like to see more, we welcome custom orders (and are ready to post more material if possible). Six sided, and cut like a Lemurian point (with only 3 faces making the point), this is the most deluxe Sodalite I've ever seen...not too much white...a lot of dark blue...and a tighness of energy that makes it akin to Lapis. The light blue spot at the top is actually the reflection of a light, not intrinsic to the stone. Sodalite is a Voice stone, like Lapis, and has to do with finding (and using!) your Voice. We'll cut a deal if possible, and entertain legitimate Best Offers. A good Chrysocolla egg is getting harder to find - and this is definitely one of them - true collectors item.
Aquamarine (blue) 'terminated point Sugilite 'red spot/night sky' ring Turquoise 'birdie' pendant (Sterling wrap)
I've had this one a LONG time - it was my go to Aquamarine - till I got a much larger (and more expensive) one. For its size and color, this is a great price (just under $10/gr). It also has a very cool termination. Wonderful imagery in this aptly named Sugilite ring, set in Sterling Silver, with distinctive red spot. Length is top of cab to bottom of ring part (opposite side of your finger); width is left to right on the ring itself. Weight includes metal work. Ring ought to work for folks whose finger is around 6.5 in size. Essentially all Sugilite was mined out by the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground, though some veins have been walled off by concrete (to prevent new discoveries). Sugilite is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. What can be found, is often of inferior material, with lots of black, or oddly colored purple. For these reasons - because it's so rare - my starting SRP per gram is always at a premium. Pricing goes up dimensionally for gel material, jewelry, and smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong confidence in the stone's lasting value. Still, I may be open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities). Incredible piece I waited years to set - such a distinctive shape - now done justice with this expertly wrapped (Sterling wire) pendant. We do custom wrapping - contact us if interested - and do consider this extraordinary collectors item! Note: dimensions & weight are WITH setting.
Sugilite 'rectangular wafer' pendant Sugilite 'clear/purple' gel teardrop ring Turquoise 'deluxe dragon' carving
Gel translucency - some blue Richterite action (in the darker corner) - set in Sterling Silver (no black). Length is of the cab plus setting/bale; width is left to right on the pendant itself. Weight includes metal work. Essentially all Sugilite was mined out by the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground, though some veins have been walled off by concrete (to prevent new discoveries). Sugilite is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. What can be found, is often of inferior material, with lots of black, or oddly colored purple. For these reasons - because it's so rare - my starting SRP per gram is always at a premium. Pricing goes up dimensionally for gel material, jewelry, and smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong confidence in the stone's lasting value. Still, I may be open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities). Exceptional glassy translucent quality in this Sugilite ring, set in Sterling Silver, with color gradation, from semi-clear lavender, to dark purple (no foreign material). Length is of the cab; height is top to bottom of ring part (opposite side of your finger); width is left to right on the ring itself. Weight includes metal work. Ring ought to work for folks whose finger is around 6.5 in size. Essentially all Sugilite was mined out by the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground, though some veins have been walled off by concrete (to prevent new discoveries). Sugilite is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. What can be found, is often of inferior material, with lots of black, or oddly colored purple. For these reasons - because it's so rare - my starting SRP per gram is always at a premium. Pricing goes up dimensionally for gel material, jewelry, and smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong confidence in the stone's lasting value. Still, I may be open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities). It's hard to believe what incredible color this piece has - but I bought it from a very reputable supplier - whose expert Indonesian carvers swore of its authenticity. The imperfections seem to support that. But we are not gemologists and cannot test/verify that for you. Therefore we make no guarantees, and you agree to purchase the piece as is, whatever its makeup.
Sugilite rough (46.8gr) 'red eye' Topaz 'perfect point' (204gr) Sugilite cutting rough (76.2gr) semi-gel slab
Part of a very special stock of Sugilite that spans form dark purple with some solid burgundy sections, to light pink and blue (Richterite). Astonishing color burst when wet, more photos available & serious inquiries...Message me! Exceptional - textbook Topaz termination - stands straight up (with clean, natural sheer on the bottom). Look at all those facets! Over half an inch thick (at the thickest) - this is a solid cutting piece - unless you like to collect slabs. The color is rich and not splotchy - the black is limited to veins - and you can see from the light & the side pictured, that if thinned, you can get some great light penetration. Perfect collector's specimen or for cutters, a treasure trove of jewelry could come out of this. The photos are accurate under bright light, of course it gets darker in obscurity. All Sugilite is pretty much old collector material, and it quite hard to find, especially in this quality. Pricing here is just under $10 a gram. Quite a find! Serious inquiries and offers considered.
Sugilite rough fish (superior carving) Aquamarine (blue) terminated 'pyramid' generator Sugilite rough (104.4gr) 'perfect palm'
First image highlights the darks, which are more purple in reality, while the 2nd image is more saturated, due to bright light (that brings out the gemmy parts)...think between them for the true-to-the-eye color. This exquisite carved fish jumping out of the waves, is nestled onto a "mountainside" of black stone (the Manganese, I believe, that is ultimately of higher demand nowadays - for it's quantity and marketability - by the miners). This particular piece has exceptionally good energy, even on the black side (which usually feels "inert" vibrationally, in other occurances). Still, because so much of it is black, I'm charging only $7 a gram. Essentially all Sugilite was mined in the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground. It is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. For that reason - because it's so rare - my starting SRP is always $10 per gram (higher for pink gel material). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong belief in the stone's value. Still, and am open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities). Large, well terminated Blue Aquamarine leaning generator. Stands naturally, and is bluer than the (digital) photos give it credit for. It also has a distinctive 'pyramid' sticking out of its side. If you ever wanted an Aquamarine, this could definitely be it! Serious Best Offer inquiries entertained. Part of a very special stock of Sugilite that spans form dark purple with some solid burgundy sections, to light pink and blue (Richterite). I call it "Rainbow Sugilite." Astonishing color burst when wet. Essentially all Sugilite was mined in the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground. It is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. For that reason - because it's so rare - my starting SRP is always $10 per gram (as much as 4 times higher for pink gel material & smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong belief in the stone's value. Still, and am open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities).
Sugilite rough (76.2gr) gel specimen Sugilite rough (121 grams) 'plateau' medallion Sugilite rough (157.9gr) 'big flame'
It's kind of thick - but oh so dreamy - and where it's thin, you can really see the pink gel section. Color is gorgeous throughout, with all the purples, and some Richterite blue tinges in there. Perfect collector's specimen or for cutters, a treasure trove of jewelry could come out of this. All Sugilite is pretty much old collector material, and it quite hard to find, especially in this quality. Pricing here is just under $16 a gram, which is low for gel, but it's not 100% either (few, if any pieces, are). Quite a find! Serious offers considered. Part of a unique vein, rich in purple, blue (Richterite), and pink, with no black to speak of. I call it "Rainbow Sugilite." Displays well dry, and spectacularly wet. Essentially all Sugilite was mined in the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground. It is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. For that reason - because it's so rare - my starting SRP is always (at least) $10 per gram (as much as 4 times higher for pink gel material & smaller specimens). I specialize in rough pieces with no cut lines or planes. Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong confidence in the stone's value. Still, I am open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities). Part of a very special stock of Sugilite that spans form dark purple with some solid burgundy sections, to light pink and blue (Richterite). I call it "Rainbow Sugilite." Astonishing color burst when wet. Essentially all Sugilite was mined in the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground. It is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. For that reason - because it's so rare - my starting SRP is always $10 per gram (as much as 4 times higher for pink gel material & smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong belief in the stone's value. Still, and am open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities).
Sugilite rough (288 grams) '5-point' large palm piece
Part of a unique vein, rich in purple, blue, and pink, with a minimum of black...which displays well dry...and spectacularly wet. I call it "Rainbow Sugilite." Essentially all Sugilite was mined in the early 80's (or before), and comes out of old collections. Most will tell you: nothing new's coming out of the ground. It is virtually absent from most stores, shows & dealers' selections. For that reason - because it's so rare - my starting SRP is always $10 per gram (as much as 4 times higher for pink gel material & smaller specimens). Though lesser samples can be found more cheaply, I pick and showcase a good number of the best pieces available, which represents a strong belief in the stone's value. Still, and am open to negotiation - depending on the market, and availability - and I will at least consider serious offers (particularly from collectors and those who appreciate this stone's unique metaphysical qualities).