This is a fantastic lot with a LOT of money left on the table.
As you can see from the pictures, there is a little bit of variation in the parcel, but as you can see from the pictures, the majority of the parcel is VERY nice quality material with a lovely ultramarine blue to them.
The domes on the stones, cutting and polish are all top quality and they SHINE!
An awesome thing about Lapis is that it is an incredibly cheap way to add value to an item. Lapis has been a gem since before recorded history and looks amazing set up either in silver or in gold with diamonds. You can run the
gamut with Lapis Lazuli and really make some incredible jewelry.
Thanks for looking and if you have any questions, please let us know.
*Approximate Weight: 350cts.
*Approximate Stone Count: 36
Average Weight Per Stone: 9.72 ct.
*Approximate Size Range 18x13 mm
Clarity Range: Opaque
Please be sure to contact us if you have any questions. We love hearing from our customers! :)
*Please note, we do our best to give you as exact information as possible. Following are tolerances for error, this usually happens with larger parcels with a higher number of stones. It especially happens in parcels where we have split a larger lot to make it easier on your pocketbook :) (For example: A 10,000ct parcel we sell in 10x 1000ct lots)
An important thing is this: Our weights are correct or VERY close to correct. We error on YOUR side ALWAYS. If I am weighing out 10x 100ct lots, they almost definitely all have at least an extra 2-3cts. per lot.
The stone count is where issues can come in, but because this business is almost universally done by weight, you know that you are getting a completely fair deal on the weight, some stones are deeper than others so the stone counts can vary quite a bit in a larger lot like that, but the weights are always correct/very very VERY close to correct.
*Weight Tolerance: -2% to +10%
*Stone Count Tolerance: 10% or less
*Size Range Tolerance: 1-2mm It is very easy for us to miss a stone that is smaller or larger than the stones we picked as the smallest and largest.