The Journal of gemmology Vol. 36 Issue 4 (2018)

Author : Gem-A

Rhodochrosite is prized as both mineral specimens and faceted stones, which are represented here by ‘The Snail’ (5.5 × 8.6 cm, from N’Chwaning, South Africa) and a 40.14 ct square-cut gemstone from the Sweet Home mine, Colorado, USA. For more on rhodochrosite, see the article on pp. 332–345 of this issue. Specimens courtesy of Bill Larson (Pala International/The Collector, Fallbrook, California, USA); photo by Ben DeCamp.

Issued Date : 07 Apr 2020
Page : 124
Publisher : Gem-A
Available : Unlimited

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245 a : Title 
The Journal of gemmology Vol. 36 Issue 4 (2018) 
100 a : Author 
520 a : Description 
Rhodochrosite is prized as both mineral specimens and faceted stones, which are represented here by ‘The Snail’ (5.5 × 8.6 cm, from N’Chwaning, South Africa) and a 40.14 ct square-cut gemstone from the Sweet Home mine, Colorado, USA. For more on rhodochrosite, see the article on pp. 332–345 of this issue. Specimens courtesy of Bill Larson (Pala International/The Collector, Fallbrook, California, USA); photo by Ben DeCamp. 
300 a : Total pages 
124 
650 a : Subject 
020 a : ISSN 
1355-4565 
260 b : Name of publisher 
Gemmological Association of Great Britain 
050 b : Published Year 
2018 

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