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16th April 2014

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Hawk’s Eye Gemstones for Compare from GemSelect on Vimeo.

Hawk’s Eye Gemstone Cabochons - Gem ID’s #379525 and 379701. See full details of these gemstones only at GemSelect.com: gemselect.com/hawks-eye/hawks-eye-379525.php and gemselect.com/hawks-eye/hawks-eye-379701.php

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16th April 2014

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Hawk’s Eye Cabochon - GemSelect ID#379529 from GemSelect on Vimeo.

Hawk’s Eye Gemstone only at Gemselect.com. See full details of this stone at: gemselect.com/hawks-eye/hawks-eye-379520.php

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7th April 2014

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Sphalerite Gemstone - ID #365971 from GemSelect on Vimeo.

Golden Spalerite Gemstone from GemSelect — See full details of this gem at: gemselect.com/sphalerite/sphalerite-365971.php

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11th March 2014

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UNHEATED Burmese ruby - ummmm.. WOW! - unheated Burmese ruby is about as rare as an original Mickey Mantle trading card in mint condition…..see pictures and details at: http://www.gemselect.com/ruby/ruby-350291.php

UNHEATED Burmese ruby - ummmm.. WOW! - unheated Burmese ruby is about as rare as an original Mickey Mantle trading card in mint condition…..see pictures and details at: http://www.gemselect.com/ruby/ruby-350291.php

Tagged: unheated rubygemselectrubycolored stonesgemstonescolored gemstones

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11th March 2014

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Untreated, Unheated and Un-enhanced Blue Sapphire? Nowadays, this is pretty rare! We just added about 6 gems to our stock - all over 1 carat in weight and all completely untreated. They won’t last long….you can view details of a few of them here: http://www.gemselect.com/other-gems/unheated-sapphire.php or more specifically for this item..here: http://www.gemselect.com/sapphire/sapphire-375169.php

Untreated, Unheated and Un-enhanced Blue Sapphire? Nowadays, this is pretty rare! We just added about 6 gems to our stock - all over 1 carat in weight and all completely untreated. They won’t last long….you can view details of a few of them here: http://www.gemselect.com/other-gems/unheated-sapphire.php or more specifically for this item..here: http://www.gemselect.com/sapphire/sapphire-375169.php

Tagged: gemselectunheated sapphiregemstonescolored stones

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6th March 2014

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Opal 370527 - Video Review from GemSelect on Vimeo.

Opal gemstone video review - Gem ID #370527, Ethiopian Opal. See full gemstone details at: gemselect.com/opal/opal-370527.php

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3rd February 2014

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Opal Gemstones 271990 and 271992 from GemSelect on Vimeo.

Opal gemstone at GemSelect - See full details at gemselect.com/opal/opal-271992.php and gemselect.com/opal/opal-271990.php

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3rd February 2014

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Opal Gemstone 308158 from GemSelect on Vimeo.

Ethiopian Opal from GemSelect - See full details at: gemselect.com/opal/opal-308158.php

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27th January 2014

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Common Sapphire treatmentsThe most common treatment for sapphire is heat treatment. Sapphire of tones of rich blue that are unheated command enormous prices in today’s market. Some blue sapphires may also be diffusion treated. Beryllium treatment is now being used to produce stunning orange and red colors that were once rarely seen. All sapphire treatments should be fully disclosed by any reputable dealer. The images here show what labs look for when detecting treatments in sapphire.

Common Sapphire treatments
The most common treatment for sapphire is heat treatment. Sapphire of tones of rich blue that are unheated command enormous prices in today’s market. Some blue sapphires may also be diffusion treated. Beryllium treatment is now being used to produce stunning orange and red colors that were once rarely seen. All sapphire treatments should be fully disclosed by any reputable dealer. The images here show what labs look for when detecting treatments in sapphire.

Tagged: gemselectsapphiregemstonesprecious stonessemi-precious

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24th January 2014

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Opal Video Review - Gem ID 323156 from GemSelect on Vimeo.

See Full Gemstone Details of this Fine Opal only at GemSelect: gemselect.com/opal/opal-323156.php

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