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A ruby and diamond choker. The center section is made of six strands of red pearls, framed by rubies and diamonds.
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Mughal Jewels Auction: Al-Thani Collection Raises $109 Million

Collectors from around the world descended on Christies’ Maharajas & Mughal Magnificence auction of the jewels from the Al-Thani Collection on June 19.

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Emerald and diamond brooch.
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Jewels of Hollywood: Accessories and Jewelry that Made the Stars Shine

“Jewels of Hollywood,” on loan from the Kazanjian Foundation, showcases some of the jewelry and accessories associated with Hollywood royalty.

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Emeralds: Colombia’s Buried Treasure

Colombia is home to a rainbow of gems, but emeralds – and the tales of lore that surround them – are the country’s most well-known treasures.

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Multi-colored gems are superimposed on an image of glacier peaks.
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Gems and Minerals from the Subarctic

Circumnavigate the boreal reaches of the globe to explore gems from polar regions.

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A round, bright red gem displayed on a dark gray background.
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The Red Hot Gems of Summer

These red, pink and orange hued gems evoke passion and excitement – and are surefire accessories for sultry summer days.

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A view from behind of a bejeweled winged insect.
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A Glittering Garden: A Menagerie of Designs from Mother Nature

Delightful garden creatures and flowers are favorite subjects that transform beautifully into Victorian, Art Nouveau and modern jewelry designs.

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Bursts of yellow and purple radiate throughout this round cut amertrine.
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Colorblocking: The Art and Fashion of Multicolor Gemstones

The fashion trend of colorblocking can be found in the artistic combinations of color in multicolor gemstones known for their color zoning or banding.

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Looking down the crystal axis of a backlit 58.83 ct trapiche emerald
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Emerald: The Superstar of Trapiche Gemstones

Trapiche emeralds, which display a distinct six-spoke wheel pattern, set the standard as some of the finest and most spectacular crystals unearthed.

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Rubies and Sapphires from Winza, Central Tanzania

Since late 2007, rubies and sapphires have been mined by hand methods from both eluvial and primary deposits at Winza in central Tanzania.

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Assortment of Linde synthetic star rubies and sapphires
Dual-Color Double Stars in Ruby, Sapphire, and Quartz: Cause and Historical Account

Examines a form of asterism comprising two six-rayed stars, one white and one that exhibits the stone’s bodycolor. Firsthand accounts and a survey of patent documents reveal that diffusion has been used to create or enhance this optical phenomenon in synthetic and possibly natural corundum since the 1950s.

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