2005 winner of the American Gem Trade Association's Best of Show Annual Spectrum award for gemcutting - a spirographic cut mint-green beryl with a concave pavilion and flat faceted crown by Dalan Hargrave and Stephanie Michael Young.
This almond-shaped stone is the largest apple-green diamond known. Its green color is attributed to the crystals close contact with a radioactive source at some point in its lifetime. The Dresden Green, which probably originated in a rough crystal of 100
Heart of Planet This stunning gemstone was cut from spodumene rough mined from the Mawi Mine located in Laghman, NW, Nuristan Province in Afghanistan. The crystal was mined over 30 years ago and has been hiding in a private collection until just this p
"Michael Dyber gem sculpture in amethyst carats). The holographic effects are a result of facets ground into the back or pavilion of the gem which is roughly triangular, similar to the pavilion of a standard faceted gemstone.