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RING AMMOLITE 10X8MM OVAL SET IN 14K YELLOW GOLD NEW FROM KORITE
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RING AMMOLITE 10X8MM OVAL SET IN 14K YELLOW GOLD NEW FROM KORITE
RING AMMOLITE 10X8MM OVAL SET IN 14K YELLOW GOLD NEW FROM KORITE
RING AMMOLITE 10X8MM OVAL SET IN 14K YELLOW GOLD NEW FROM KORITE
RING AMMOLITE 10X8MM OVAL SET IN 14K YELLOW GOLD NEW FROM KORITE

RING AMMOLITE 10X8MM OVAL SET IN 14K YELLOW GOLD NEW FROM KORITE

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This listing is for an ammolite ring. It is a 10x8mm oval set in 14K gold. It is from the Korite company. It is new.
Ammolite is a rare and valuable opal-like organic gemstone found primarily along the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains of the United States and Canada. It is arguably the rarest gemstone on earth, rivaling the rarity of such gemstones as alexandrite and red diamonds. It is made of the fossilized shells of ammonites, which in turn are composed primarily of aragonite, the same mineral that makes up nacreous pearls. It is one of several biogenic gemstones; others include amber and pearl. In 1981, ammolite was given official gemstone status by the World Jewellery Confederation, the same year commercial mining of ammolite began. It was designated the official gemstone of the Province of Alberta in 2004 and the official gemstone of the City of Lethbridge in 2007.
Ammolite is also known as aapoak (Kainah for "small, crawling stone"), gem ammonite, calcentine, and korite. The latter is a trade name given to the gemstone by the Alberta-based mining company Korite International, the first and largest commercial producer of ammolite.
An iridescent opal-like play of color is shown in fine specimens, mostly in shades of green and red; all the spectral colors are possible, however. The iridescence is due to the microstructure of the aragonite: unlike most other gems, whose colors come from light absorption, the iridescent color of ammolite comes from interference with the light that rebounds from stacked layers of thin platelets that make up the aragonite. The thicker the layers, the more reds and greens are produced; the thinner the layers, the more blues and violets predominate. Reds and greens are the most commonly seen colors, owing to the greater fragility of the finer layers responsible for the blues.

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