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This round standard brilliant weighs 1.54 carats. It was bought as cuprian and has shown positive indications of having copper. It came from Mavuco. After copper was discovered in Mozambique and prices for colors that probably had copper soared, I focused on completing the color wheel in the blue/purple area and investing some of my retirement money. This smaller stone was purchased to help with the color wheel. It has an even web of inclusions that is not uncommon in Mavuco material.

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