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 Post subject: High end tsavorites
PostPosted: Tue Dec 15, 2009 5:53 am 
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Hi All,

A few weeks ago we purchased a quite unusual parcel of tsavorites; we purchase tsavorites on a daily basis but the quality/quantity here is not common at all.
We've put a few gems online.
http://www.swalagemtraders.com/news/200 ... production
http://www.swalagemtraders.com/search-gems/

Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions/requests: eric@swalagemtraders.com

P.S.: First time I ever post in the "Virtual Marketplace" section. I am not quite sure what the policy here is about posting on our own gems. Barbra, don't hesitate to let me know or retrieve this post if I can't do this.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 15, 2009 4:56 pm 
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Eric,

Absolutely gorgeous and so saturated!
I wish I had a client for it right now.
I certainly took note.

lyric


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Thanks Lyric (what a nice pseudo!),

These are indeed beautiful gems. Common tsavorites are nice but top tsavorites are really stunning...

Slightly changing subjects: if there were more tsavorites available, there would be more market awareness. I've said it and will say it again: tsavorites (as for other beautiful and relatively "rare" gems) would be more expensive if more available. It is an interesting paradox of our trade... Oh well ;-)

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