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#1 2016-02-28 18:30:54

slappy70
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From: Pennsylvania
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16.56 carat Parcel of Colombian Emeralds

Hello, I have up for sale an 16.56 carat Parcel of Colombian Emeralds.  There are 13 stones total in this parcel.  I'm asking $660 usd plus shipping.   I have a ton of loose gemstones
available for sale, so if you're looking for something different, please lmk and I'll see what I have.  Thanks

Scott



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#2 2016-04-23 19:56:10

ParanoidAndroid
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Re: 16.56 carat Parcel of Colombian Emeralds

slappy70 wrote:

Hello, I have up for sale an 16.56 carat Parcel of Colombian Emeralds.  There are 13 stones total in this parcel.  I'm asking $660 usd plus shipping.   I have a ton of loose gemstones
available for sale, so if you're looking for something different, please lmk and I'll see what I have.  Thanks

Scott



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Slapy do you know if any of these parcels of stones have been heat treated? Even the ones o n the assay card  don't indicate heat treatment or not.

Cheers.

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#3 2016-04-23 21:30:41

slappy70
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Re: 16.56 carat Parcel of Colombian Emeralds

If you're asking about the emeralds, no;  they have not been heated.  Emeralds typically aren't heated, only oiled with cedar oil.  Probably 99% of Colombian emeralds have been oiled with cedar oil and it is an accepted practice in the jewelry/gemstone trade.  Thanks

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