Once thought to be a Sri Lankan sapphire, this Kashmir sapphire traveled the world in the pocket of renowned gemologist Alan Hodgkinson as a part of his teaching collection. After it was discovered to be a prized Kashmir, confirmed by two gemological laboratories, it became a part of the Somewhere in the Rainbow collection. 4.49-ct cushion-cut Kashmir sapphire, courtesy Shelly Sergent, Somewhere in the Rainbow collection.
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