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PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2006 10:08 am 
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Martin is absolutely correct...once again. :P
I have 3 specimans right now of aqua that looks like London Blue Topaz.
They are totally light stable, ruling out maxixe.
It is a "Santa Maria" type although it has a gray undertone I understand is typical of material from Mozambique.


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Ux4.. I like that ocf pix of your blue beryl.. does that have a curved crown rather than a faceted one? How do they put that curved crown on, do you know? I think it's killer..


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