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Review Entries for Day Thursday, June 13, 2013

Zircon mounted jewellery can be found in a wide range of colours, the most popular colour is blue,  usually a pastel blue, but some exceptional gemstones have a bright blue colour. Collectors enjoy the search for all possible colours and variations. Natural zircon is an earthy brown colour and rare to find, the reason why most zircons on the market today are heat treated.

Colour and clarity are the most important things to consider when zircons are being evaluated and they should have a very good lustre.


 a zircon and diamond cluster ring (fs17/310) sold for £1,100

A zircon and diamond cluster ring (FS17/310) sold for £1,100

This blue zircon and diamond set ring (FS17/310) is a good example and realised £1,100 when it went under the hammer in the quarterly fine jewellery auction.

The next fine jewellery auction on 3rd  July 2013 (FS19) in Exeter, Devon has some lovely pieces on offer and I will be previewing these in my blogs over the next month.

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