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31.80 ct Octagon Cut Natural SIGNATURE Peach Kunzite Gemstone Appraisal $15265

CONDITION: Excellent

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Appraisal from Jewelscan in Downtown Toronto

20.48 x 13.4 x 12.67mm

Treatment: None

Clarity: AA, Eye Clean

From a gemologist Collection

About Kunzite

Kunzite is a beautiful pinkish purple (lilac) coloured gem and the “youngest” member of the Spodumens family of gemstone which also contain Hiddenite. It was not until 1902 that the New York jeweler and gemstone specialist George Frederick Kunz (1856 – 1932) became the first person to give a comprehensive description of this stone. Kunzite displays pleochroism and depending on the angle from which you look at a kunzite, it can appear violet, pink or even colourless. Indeed some kunzite from finds in Afghanistan display a rich, strong violet, a light violet and a light green depending on the angle of observation. Cut and colour impact greatly on the price (as with most gems) with fine specimens commanding significant value.

Triphene Kunzite is a very rare form of Yellow Kunzite and commands a significant premium in the industry resulting from its rarity.

More On Appraisal Certificates

Appraisal Certificates are done from accredited appraisers and represent the retail insurance replacement value for an item. While many companies do appraisals (such as jewelry stores), it is important to receive an appraisal by a group that does not involve themselves in the buying or selling of Gems or jewelry pieces as to avoid any conflict of interest. We typically use AGL or GS Labs (Gemscan), accredited appraisal companies (with Global Offices) for the Jewelry industry, located in downtown Toronto. We also have a number of Certificates from EGL a global appraisal company to the gem industry whose Toronto offices have since closed down.

An appraisal will assign a monetary value to a Gem or piece of jewelry and is ultimately subjective based on the appraiser's criteria for grading and experience. For this reason, only accredited and experienced appraisers are used to evaluate stones. An appraisal is not an indication of your buying power, that depends on your ability to "wheel and deal" as well as your source of supply and ability to buy in parcel lots or in bulk.

GS allows you to check Appraisal cert numbers online.

Appraisal Company Links:

Gemscan (GS Labs) - http://www.gslaboratories.com/profile.html

AGL - http://www.accurategemlabs.com/



  • INCLUDES Triphane Peach Kunzite Gemstone, Appraisal Certificate
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