So lovely. This seller has the best quality
|Dimensions (mm)||14.65 x 10.19 x 5.54mm|
|Weight (carats)||4.85 carats|
In 1839 American mineralogist Charles Upham Shephard discovered a clear, bright, colorless gemstone in Danbury, Connecticut, and named it danburite after the location. Unfortunately for danburite, it was discovered at a time when colored gemstones were heavily promoted and highly desired. This colorless find, therefore, didn’t create much excitement at that time. Danburite, which belongs to a class of minerals known as silicates, remained relatively unknown for years, but is steadily growing in popularity today.
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|Starts||21st Jun 2017 3:24am PDT|
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