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Loving our new diamond grading app!
It's a gorgeous Saturday. See? #excaliburjewelry
So good... #excaliburjewelry
Before the weekend hits, today is for simplicity. #excaliburjewelry
A cluster above the rest. #excaliburjewelry
Who's in charge? The #Grand #Marquise. It's Valentimes!
We're working so hard here in Miami, we haven't had time to post. So here's a bunch all at once. #showmeyourshowme#excaliburjewelry #ombas2015
Lazing around today, jewel dreaming. #excaliburjewelry
Stunned. #excaliburjewelry
Bee vs Dragon ?  #excaliburjewelry
We're in love with this Old Mine cushion and its rose cuts. #excaliburjewelry
We have such a soft spot for these "ballerina" rings. This one in particular is a stunner. #excaliburjewelry
Playing with #rubies and #diamonds today. Oh and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
#fbf . The great #Antiquarius fire of 2008. Glad to be back! #excaliburjewelry
Dreams of yellow. #excaliburjewelry
Negative space is everything. #excaliburjewelry
#Regram from @a_geologist. He wrote a great, succinct post about onyx. (We added an example of actual onyx.) Here is his quote: "Black onyx. The use of the term "onyx" for this material is not quite accurate because "onyx" is banded sub-microscopic quartz where the bands are parallel/flat, whereas this material is not banded at all. Evenly-colored, deep black, naturally-colored onyx is rare. Most black onyx is artificially-colored. In the hierarchy of minerals black onyx classes as follows: it is a variety of onyx, which is a variety of agate, which is a variety of chalcedony (fibrous, sub-microscopic quartz), which is a variety of quartz, which is a variety of silica. Whew!" ... If you're interested in earth sciences, follow him!
Gold gold ... #gold! Just a little peek. #GMTMasterII #excaliburjewelry
Gold gold ... #gold! #excaliburjewelry
We ❤ Fridays! #excaliburjewelry