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worth of dravite

Posted by adshah  
adshah February 23, 2012 11:14AM
These two double terminated greenish and yellow greenish dravite from Jajarkot , Nepal
is posted to see for interested buyers and want to know how much it worths
Regarding Size , approximately length 2Cm breadth 1.5 cm

looking for buyers ,
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Rock Currier February 23, 2012 11:37AM
Probably less than $100 each.

Rock Currier
Crystals not pistols.
Steve Hardinger February 23, 2012 05:26PM
Maybe $25 each. I'm more conservative when it comes to valuation, compared to Rock.
Anonymous User February 23, 2012 05:28PM
LOL..and Steve I thought Rock was the conservative one ;)
Alfredo Petrov February 23, 2012 06:12PM
Their value would be mainly as cutting rough, so Mr. Adshah could increase the value by faceting them. Gemstones sell better than loose crystals.
adshah February 24, 2012 05:02AM
Rock Currier Wrote:
> Probably less than $100 each.
Hello Rock Currier > Thank you for your valuation .
I would like to email you could you provide me email / or
you can email me at
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