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4.1 millimeters

0.20 carat

Here is a wonderful, perfectly-red trillian cut Red Emerald (beryl) gemstone.  The stone is very small, but beautiful with good clarity and ideal saturation.

Kennecott's initial exploration of the Ruby-Violet Claims in 1994 yielded only 293 carats.  Reportedly, the largest stone faceted from their efforts was only seventeen points!  As of 1997, the average size for a Red Emerald gem was only 0.05 carat...and over 90% of ALL cut stones weighed 0.08 carat or less, making this more than twice as large as the average size.  The typical shape was to form crystals into rounds, so triangular shapes are fancy cuts in this variety.

Red Emerald 1/5th carat, 4.1mm Trillian Cut Gemstone

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