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Synthetic Padparadscha Sapphire Hexagon Cut

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SYNTHETIC PADPARADSCHA SAPPHIRE. Synthetic LAB Sapphire buying guide and Synthetic LAB Sapphire Gem Information. We sell Synthetic LAB Sapphire at wholesale price.
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lab padbaradsha 1940 - high quality gemstone for sale at discount price, order today

LAB-Sapphire Nr : 1940

Beautiful LAB Sapphire, this gem looks better than most of the the natural Sapphires. Best Padparadscha color, fawless and in calibrated sizes.

Price per Piece

Gemtype Synthetic Sapphire
Origin Laboratory
Shape Hexagon
Color Padparadscha
Size (mm) 10
Weight (ct) 5.23
Clarity Clean
lab padbaradsha 1940 - high quality gemstone for sale at discount price, order today

LAB-Sapphire Nr : 1942

Beautiful LAB Sapphire, this gem looks better than most of the the natural Sapphires. Best Padparadscha color, fawless and in calibrated sizes.

Price per Piece

Gemtype Synthetic Sapphire
Origin Laboratory
Shape Hexagon
Color Padparadscha
Size (mm) 9
Weight (ct) 3.60
Clarity Clean
lab padbaradsha 1940 - high quality gemstone for sale at discount price, order today

LAB-Sapphire Nr : 1941

Beautiful LAB Sapphire, this gem looks better than most of the the natural Sapphires. Best Padparadscha color, fawless and in calibrated sizes.

Price per Piece

Gemtype Synthetic Sapphire
Origin Laboratory
Shape Hexagon
Color Padparadscha
Size (mm) 8
Weight (ct) 2.47
Clarity Clean