|Dimensions (mm)||22 x 17 x 10mm|
|Weight (carats)||26 carats|
Grandidierite was first described in southern Madagascar in 1902. The mineral is very rare; gem-quality material of facetable size was almost unheard of in the market before the summer of 2015. In September 2015, GIA’s Bangkok lab issued identification reports for several faceted grandidierite samples, which reached the consumer market the following month. The submitted stones ranged from 0.9 to 2.3 ct. Around the same time, one of the authors (VP) returned from a field expedition to Madagascar, where he had received some unidentified stones from Jack Mampihao.
Settle your No Reserve account within one week otherwise it will be relisted thanks
~: Visit our Store for more items :~
The Gemstone Sheriff program allows our members to request an audit on any auction, which is completed by an independent Gemologist who assesses the accuracy of the item description and pictures.
|Starts||20th Nov 2018 2:08am PST|
|Registered Shipping||$8.00||21 days|
|Standard Shipping - Tracked||$8.00||21 days|
|Shipping Insurance all providers $15.00 (optional)|