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 Ahern & Brucker  

                  Fine Custom & Limited editions jewelry

      by Master Goldsmith Carol Ahern

 


For the jewelry we produce, it is only reasonable to expect the gem stones we use are amongst the finest available and (hopefully) to our customers reasonable budget's.

The following photos are some examples of fine gem stones we have used..

 

Diamond IF-D Radiant

 

Cherry Topaz

 

 

 

Anthill Garnet

Star Ruby-Burma

 

 

 

Rhodolite Garnet

 

 

Buff top rhodolite Garnet

 

 

Amethyst from Africa

Opal

 

Magnatite jade

Gold drusey

Platinum drusey

drusey leaves

             

Checkerboard cut Red Garnets

Emerald cut

Cushion Cut

Topaz

Raspberry Topaz

 Glacier blue Topaz

 

Evergreen topaz

Teal green topaz

                              Swiss blue topaz

Golden topaz

Imperial topaz

Citrine

 

 

 

Peridot

 

Aquamarine

 

Tanzanite

Sapphires & Diamonds

 Imperial Topaz

 

 

 

 

Opal-"yowah"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

        

                  

                         Rare Earth Specimens 

Museum Pieces

 

Amethyst Flowering Calcite

Specimen 8 inches wide 8 inches deep 11 inches tall   10 lb. 3 inch by 5 inch flower no blemishes.  $980 including packaging shipping and insurance are charged the actual amount..

The amethyst cathedral geode broke after the amethyst formed.  Mineralized water flowed into the cavity and the flower formed on the edge of the amethyst.  The chances of an additional occurrence seem highly unlikely.

A true museum piece in every respect.

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                        Cathedral Geode

 

 

 

Rocky2-1

 

Cathedral Geode

 

Four feet of awesome splendor with a base 14 inches by 20 inches weighing 190 pounds (approx).  This tall slim geode formed over a very long period evidenced by the two collar ridges which are spaced within the geode.  The ridges indicate that after the entire geode filled with the high silica water and formed the amethyst crystal the elevation of the geode changed two times during the formation with the mineralized water flowing at the two elevations adding to the thickness of the crystal.

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             Citrine Geode Quartz

        

 

Rocky3

 

 

14 inch wide 6 inch deep 12 inch high 27 pounds.

Citrine occurs as amethyst is heated by nature which changes the light purple to the orange or yellow.  Quite a few calcite occur in the bottom of the geode.  Citrine is less common than the amethyst .  $875  including shipping and insurance.

 

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                  Cathedral Geode

 

Rocky4

 

Cathedral Geode The large white crystal formed in the gas bubble first then the amethyst then the white quartz.  The perfect orientation was possible

Because the cavity was viewed through a drill hole formed while mining the geode.  The large white calcite is termed dogtooth calcite technically called scalenohedral calcite. 

The Dogtooth Geode measures 13 inches high 10 inches wide and 8 inches deep.  $1800.00 including shipping within the U S A and insurance

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rocky5

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Rocky6

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Rocky7

 

 


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