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Then, I have fissure filled rubies (Burmese) I bought them because one of the customer service representative told me that they are not fissure filled. I'm so disappointed. Then ShopLC should have the John Saul ruby. I have a small Ruby pendant that is not fissure filled. I'll be waiting for the Joh...
- 2 years ago
- Forum: General Conversation
- Topic: Certification of Authenticity
- Replies: 11
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When they were the Jewelry Channel each item used to come with a little card specifying the gem type, the weight, the type of cut, and stating that this piece of jewelry is genuine. They should put this again.
- 2 years ago
- Forum: Jewelry
- Topic: Which gems would you like to see in the next show?
- Replies: 47
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I would like to see the following gems: Oregon Sunstone, Gaspeite, natural Bixbite (not the created one) Smithsonite, Botswana Agate, Blue Lace Agate, Mookaite, Peruvian Blue Opal, Australian Black Opal, Taeffeite, Unakite, Ocean Jasper, Blue Aragonite. I have not seen some of these gems in years. S...
I'm a customer of ShopLC since the days they were known as The Jewelry Channel. I have many pieces of jewelry from them. About rubies, I think they should not sell fissure filled rubies, many gemologists called this type of ruby as Composite Ruby and in many cases they are more glass than ruby. They...
I prefer the Budget Pay that bidding, it's too difficult. After I won an auction back in May, I came back to bid for another one and I lost five times, two of them on the same bidder who was bidding again the same item that he previously won. That should not be allowed. I talked to a customer servic...