How to sell very rare yellow sapphire 125 carats?
I am looking for someone who interested to buy very rare gemstone. The size very amazing. Usually for museum collection. Imaging 125 carats of yellow sapphire. French museum had 136 carats only, not to far with this.
I have no clue on who could buy such a stone for keep sake. But have you tried EBay? You can sell all sorts of stuff through EBay.
Get it certified by some good jeweler and then sell it to some gem dealer or if you don't want to certify it, just directly go to a jeweler or a gem dealer, he will tell you the value of it and may buy it if he is interested.
yellow sapphire 125 carats that is precious ,maybe not any people will
choose only to buy a sapphire,but some diamond shopping can buy that to product their rings,maybe tiffany jewellery can use .find http://www.tiffanysjewellery.co.uk/
did u sell that gemstone?i have 122 carats yellow sapphire recently cut one. answer me thanks my mail
Thx all for your answer I try to contact tehm already but there is no choice how to offer this gems to them.
Yellow sapphire is sparkling. You choose from here http://www.angara.com
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