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1. Rough Amethyst2. Preform
3. Partially Cut4. Finished Amethyst

 

FACETING AND CABBING ROUGH:

This page shows some of the faceting and cabbing rough we have available. Please note that we have given as accurate a description as possible but cannot guarantee specific yields or results. Our description is based on our best estimation and as you will probably be aware this can only ever be an estimation not a guarantee.  How you cut and what you cut and how much experience you have will also have a bearing on the result. All of the material you see on this page is available for purchase and is on site. If you have requests for other material please email us ..we may have it but have not had a chance to list it.  A number of our items for sale we have listed across other media channels so there is a slight chance that something you have ordered is unavailable due to just being sold elsewhere and this website not being updated yet.  This does not happen very often but has occurred.  In this case we will contact you and try and arrange an alternative and if this unsuccessful , will refund you the amount in question.  We also have a small selection of faceting supplies which you can see on Faceting Supplies . If you are wanting to inspect the goods prior to committing you may purchase on an “on approval” basis. These must be returned within 7 days of being received and we will refund your purchase price less our shipping charges. Obviously any cutting/working of the goods will cancel our refund obligation.

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Ametrine (also known as Bolivianite) is a variety of Quartz that incorporates the purple tones of Amethyst along with the golden tones of Citrine.   Almost all of the commercially available supply of natural Ametrine comes from the Anahi mine in Bolivia.  This was rediscovered in the 1960’s and the material started coming onto the market in the 70’s.  The mine produces Amethyst, Citrine and of course Ametrine, the blended mixture of these. Ametrine is usually either cut to show distinct colours next to eachother or in a fashion that blends the two colours together to get an interplay and intermingling of the colours. 

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