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Gemstone Treated Quartz beautiful emerald green colour
Shape: Oval Cut
Gemstone size 11 x 9 x4 mm
Weight 3.80 carats
Quartz is dyed with a decorative colorant emerald green colour.
The dye is resistant to discolouration or removal.
The sealer has light resistant properties to prevent the dye from fading over time.
The quartz is Heat treated.
The temperatures and length of time vary, but temperatures range from 157-1900 degrees C.
Heat treatment works like it sounds- the stones are heated.
On the Mohs scale of hardness quartz rates 7 Care of your gemstone.
An Indian Gemologist has invented a Unique processing system to dye green a typical type of Quartz to such a perfection, that it 100% resembles to Columbian Emeralds, we bet not even the Emerald Experts' naked eye can distinguish between real and false it is assumed that many have been sold and still selling by the jewellers as Emeralds. Some of the sellers they do not know themselves about the reality, this has also came to our knowledge the some heavy weight dealers of columbian Emeralds has offered a substantial amount to the said Gemologist to cease the further production of these quartz Emerald green colour, but yet we do not know about the exceptance of the offer by the Indian Gemologist, if so then these listed quartz emerald green colour are short lived so do not miss a chance to buy one!Immerse your stone in salt water for several hours. And dry Bury the stone under the earth in your garden. Our planet Earth consists of at least one third quartz and the very strong and powerful magnetic energy field in the actual earth will 'cleanse' your stone of all its negativity very effectively. Place your stone on a large quartz crystal cluster for a few hours. The very strong crystalline energies present within the cluster will soon neutralize any negative energies to be found within your stone.
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.
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