14KT Yellow Gold 73.39 ctw Ametrine & Diamond Pendant with Chain

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14KT Yellow Gold 73.39 ctw Ametrine & Diamond Pendant with Chain
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One electronically tested 14KT yellow gold ladies cast & assembled ametrine and diamond pendant with chain. Condition is new, good workmanship. The pendant features an ametrine set within a diamond set frame, completed by a concealed bail. The pendant is supported by an eighteen inch 14KT yellow gold designer style chain, terminating in a lobster claw clasp. Bright polish finish with milgrain detailing. Identified with markings of "14K". Containing: One prong set emerald step cut natural ametrine quartz, measuring 32.00 x 22.00 x 14.20mm, approximate weight of 73.39ct., clarity is eye clean, type I, medium dark, moderately strong, purple color, (GIA P 6/4) to medium, moderately strong, yellowish orange, (GIA y0 5/4), cut is good. Transmitting light with no distortion, transparent. Colored Stone Grading Report attached. Graded in the setting. Ametrine is one of the rarest gemstones in the world. It is actually two gems in one. Ametrine brings together the gold of Citrine and the purple of Amethyst. The unusual color variation found in Ametrine is due to the presence of iron that has oxidized at different states within the same crystal structure. This is a natural process. The world's only known source of Ametrine is the Anahi Mine in Bolivia. The Anahi mine began organized production in the early 1600's by the Spanish Conquistadors. The mine is named after the wife of the first owner, an Ayoreos Tribal Princess named Anahi. The native people of the Ayoreos Tribe inhabit the central plains of South America. Ametrine became popular in the United States about 1980 when material from the Anahi mine in Bolivia began to appear on the market in large quantities. Before 1980 Ametrine was quite unusual and was known as Amethyst-Citrine Quartz, or Golden Amethyst. Ametrine is usually highlighted by cutting the gem into rectangular shapes. Thirty-seven bead & bezel set round brilliant cut diamonds, measuring 3.50 - 2.00 x 1.65mm (depth est.) approximate total weight of 37 Stones = 1.32ct. Graded in the setting. Clarity SI-1 to I-1. Color G -- I. Total Weight of Colored Stones 73.39ct. Total Weight of Diamonds 1.32ct. Total Weight of Pendant With Chain 40.20gm. AIG Appraised at $14,890.00.