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Crisllis

Crisllis

Gigantic topaz at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC

Gigantic topaz at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC

Cullinan I

Cullinan I

Vintage Signed Weiss Rhinestone Brooch Pin Large Pin Wheel Swirl Brooch Pin #Weiss

Vintage Signed Weiss Rhinestone Brooch Pin Large Pin Wheel Swirl Brooch Pin

Vintage Signed Weiss Rhinestone Brooch Pin Large Pin Wheel Swirl Brooch Pin #Weiss

Lumoava Eden

Lumoava Eden

.the Hope diamond Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.  This is one of the things I clearly remember seeing here

.the Hope diamond Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. This is one of the things I clearly remember seeing here

David Rovinsky white and yellow diamond bracelet and ring. Via Diamonds in the Library. I have tears !!

Happy National Jewel day

David Rovinsky white and yellow diamond bracelet and ring. Via Diamonds in the Library. I have tears !!

Mystery Diamond Necklace shown at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Washington D.C.

Mystery Diamond Necklace shown at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Washington D.C.

Pearls

Pearls

Rubies are still one of the most popular and valuable gemstones today. The most important source of fine rubies sine the late 15th century has been Burma. Burmese rubies are generally considered to be the finest color and are often referred to as "pigeon's blood." Another major source of rubies today is Thailand, near the Cambodian border. The stones are typically brownish-red and darker than those from Burma and are commonly heat-treated to produce a purer red color. The 3.89-carat ruby in…

Rubies are still one of the most popular and valuable gemstones today. The most important source of fine rubies sine the late 15th century has been Burma. Burmese rubies are generally considered to be the finest color and are often referred to as "pigeon's blood." Another major source of rubies today is Thailand, near the Cambodian border. The stones are typically brownish-red and darker than those from Burma and are commonly heat-treated to produce a purer red color. The 3.89-carat ruby in…

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