I bought this fabulous stone whilst on a business trip to Thailand about 8 years ago. I was visiting Steve, an Amerixcan geologist who was trading precious stones from his premises within The Jewellery Trade Centre in Bangkok. He always had interesting material, always something very special on offer. I saw the colour of these stones and had to have them (I bought the only three he had!).
Now set in 14k solid gold as a pendant and awaiting a new home!
Fully hallmarked from the Birmingham Assay Office, the oldest assay office in the world. Stamped with the "sponsors id - RCH (that's me), anchor mark for Birminingham and .585 for 14k gold. The natural stone was mined in Rajasthan, India is 6.5mm diameter and beautifully faceted. A clean stone with no faults or inclusions visible to the eye. Rim set.
A unique piece of jewellery.
Approximate overall diameter - 8.05mm
Approximate overall depth - 4.32mm
Approximate overall weight - 0.93 grams
Photographed in natural light without any "adjustments".
No chain included.
Buy with absolute confidence.