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Origin: Sakavalana minee, Ambatovita, Manrosonoro, Ambatofinandrahana, Amoron'i Mania, Madagascar 


Pezzottaite is considered to be one of the world's rarest gemstones. It is a Cesium rich beryl that was recently discovered in 2003, and the entire pocket was depleted just a few months later. The total production consisted of only 2 small bags worth of material. Pezzottaite exhibits unique pleochroism with its color changing effects. Colors range from vibrant orange to red to hot pink and raspberry. Stones above 2 carats are already considered to be of museum quality. This oval faceted pezzottaite would be an incredible addition to any high-end collection due to its exceptionally large size, homogenous color, clarity and interesting inclusions.

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