Posted on December 29, 2018 by admin — 1 CommentHello world! Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing! Post navigationNext post: SERENDIBITES collection.. #Serendibite was discovered at Gangapitiya, near Ambakotte, Sri Lanka ?, in 1902 by G.T. Prior and A.K. Coomaraswamy. Prior and Coomaraswamy named the mineral ‘serendibite,’ ?which is derived from ‘serendib,’ an old Arabic term for Sri Lanka. Serendibite is rarely found as facet-grade material. Before the 2005 discovery of Serendibite in Mogok♠️, Myanmar, there were only 3 known faceted serendibites, which were from the original Sri Lankan find. The serendibite from Sri Lanka and Myanmar is believed to be the only sources for facet-grade material. Sri Lankan Serendibite was an attractive greenish or violet-blue, while the stones from Myanmar are dark black.⚛️ ?In the second half of the 1990’s, #gem-quality serendibite was discovered from secondary deposits in the Ratnapura area of Sri Lanka.? The Serendibite is very beautiful bluish green #gemstone with following physical properties.? ?(Ca, Na)2 (Al, Mg, Fe2+ , Fe 3+ )6 ( Si, B, Al)6 O20 Pleochroism: strong, L, Yellowish green/ bluish green/ violetish blue , H = 61/2, SG : 3.44 , RI : 1.697- 1.702 B (-), transparent , Glass body , absorption spectrum: one weak line at 470nm.Inclusions: white finger print inclusions, healed fissure, polysynthetic twining, has been founded at Ginigalgoda,Kolonne,Sri Lanka.? This gemstone’s mineral initially discovered and named in 1903 by Mr. Ananda Coomarasamy, for the locality. The Serendib is an old Arabic name for Ceylon. ? The First SERENDIBITE? Weight: 0.35 ct. Color: Very beautiful light medium Emerald green shape: Rectangle Type of Cut: Face: Emerald cut, Bottom: mix protugees cut. Locality: Gingalgoda,Kolonne,Sri Lanka The Second SERENDIBITE Discovered in Sri Lanka? For the Story , How Dr. Palitha Gunasekara found the Gem??In year 1996… ?@ www.aakarshagemhouse.com?️ Mr. shaminda arthanayake? ⛩️ whatsApp @ +94774528522 if you like to see or buy SERENDIBITE Discovered in Sri Lanka?♂️ & the ???.. #gemologist #minerals #mineralogy #rarethings #museumvisit #museo #instagemstone #collect #veryrare #mostexpensive #richardmille #expensive #mostraregemstone #usaminerals #usagemstonesbuyers #usagemshop #tucsongem 1 thought on “Hello world!” A WordPress Commenter December 29, 2018 Hi, this is a comment. To get started with moderating, editing, and deleting comments, please visit the Comments screen in the dashboard. Commenter avatars come from Gravatar. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.