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4ct Orangey Brownish Andalusite 6mm x 4mm

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Type: Andalusite
Item ID: 323579
Content: 10 gems
Weight: 4.29 ct (total)
Calibrated:6 X 4 mm
Exact Size: 5.9 mm x 3.97 mm x 2.62 mm (avg.)
Shape: Oval Facet
Clarity: VS-SI
Treatment: None
Origin: Brazil
Price: USD
214.50
Shipping & Handling USD 6.99
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5 ct VS-SI Oval Facet Andalusite 6x4mm
4.57ctw Andalusite
5.98mm x 4.03mm x 2.77mm
USD 228.50
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Description
These natural Orangey Brownish Andalusites originate from Brazil and their total weight is about 4 carats. The measurements are 5.9mm x 3.97mm x 2.62mm (length x width x depth).These gemstones are calibrated to fit 6 X 4 mm jewelry settings. The shape/cut-style of these Andalusites is Oval Facet. These 4.29ctw Andalusite gems are available to order and can be shipped anywhere in the world. Gemstone Certification can also be provided as an optional service.
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  • FedEx or DHL for USD 20.00 only / Delivery 3-4 days / fully insured
  • Registered Mail for USD 6.99 / Delivery 7-14 days / insured for USD 200.00
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Guarantee / Certification
  • All gemstones are natural!
  • All photos and videos are of the actual gem for sale (No Stock Photos)
  • We offer certification from AIGS for USD 30.00 (5-10 additional days)
  • We also offer certification from the BGL lab for USD 15.00 only (3-4 days)
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  • Gems are always measured in Millimeter (mm)
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  • Dimensions are given as length x width x depth, except for round stones which are diameter x depth
  • Select gems by size, not by weight! Gem varieties vary in density, so carat weight is not a good indication of size
  • Note: 1ct = 0.2g
Additional Quantities
  • Every item is unique, so you can only order 1 of each item
  • However, we often have similar or matching items. If so, we display them on the same gem detail page
Clarity Explained Back To Top
  • IF = Loupe Clean - Internally flawless; free of inclusions
  • VVS = Almost Loupe Clean - Very, very slight inclusions; inclusions barely seen under 10x magnification
  • VS = Eye Clean - Very slight inclusions; inclusions can be seen under 10x magnification
  • SI = Slightly included - Small inclusions can be seen with the naked eye
  • I1 = Included - Inclusions can be seen with the naked eye
  • Transparent = A gemstone having the property of transmitting light without serious diffusion / may have rutile or other inclusions
  • Translucent = Allowing light to pass through, but not transparent
  • Opaque = Does not allow light to pass through
Return Policy
  • All gems have a 30-day inspection period, which begins on the date of delivery. Gems may be returned for a full refund during this period.
  • Please email us for return authorization code when returning a gem.
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About Andalusite
Andalusite is a strongly pleiochroic gem, which means that is has different colors when viewed from different directions. While it is a strikingly beautiful gem, it is largely unknown by the gem buying public. With a hardness of 7-7.5 on the Mohs scale, it is very suitable for all kinds of jewelry.

Its trichroic nature, which shows shades of brown, green and reddish brown depending on the orientation of the crystal, can be enhanced by specific orientation and cut. Those cuts with a long axis such as an oval, marquis or emerald cut tend to show one color near the center and a second, usually darker color near the ends. Square and round cuts usually blend the colors into a mosaic. Most specimens contain some inclusions, the most common being rutile needles. Brazil is the chief producer, but Sri Lanka, Russia, Spain and the US also have deposits.
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