FURA Gems To Auctıon Stunnıng Natural Emeralds From Colombıa

A unique opportunity for colour gemstone buyers from the industry to acquire iconic emerald masterworks of Nature from Coscuez. Two rare and glorious emerald roughs weighing an incredible 81.2 carats and 83.8 carats each. Along with an impressive array of top quality, emerald roughs weighing more than 20 carats each. In a first-ever for Colombian emeralds, FURA Gems guarantees complete traceability and transparency of its entire auction lot of emerald roughs, with the Gübelin Gem Lab’s Provenance Proof blockchain system.

In 2021 FURA Gems set records at its inaugural Colombian emerald auction and displayed the largest quantity of rough emeralds in many years. Fura now announces its second rough Colombian emerald auction, to be held 3–10April 2022 in UAE.

FURA Gems assures buyers of a never-seen-before, rare selection of magnificent, untreated natural rough emeralds of intense colour and immaculate clarity. This second-edition emerald auction by FURA unveils an impressive array of top-quality emerald roughs weighing more than 20 carats each, among which are two glorious and incredible emerald roughs of 81.2 carats and 83.8 carats each. At this auction FURA will also introduce first of its kind grading system for rough Colombian emeralds. This grading system will enable the buyers to have layouts, calibrated parcels and even single pieces with similar colour, and clarity.

All these gems originate from the Coscuez mine, one of the world’s most significant emerald mines and widely noted for its large-size emeralds. It was at Coscuez, in fact, that the Guinness Emerald Crystal of 1,759 carats, one of the largest gem-quality crystals in the world, was discovered.

FURA’s Coscuez emerald mine is the only provider of rough Colombian emeralds in an organised platform. In October 2020, FURA received a further 30 years extension for its mining license in Coscuez and in December 2021, it received the environmental approvals to upgrade the mining operations from mid to large scale. All indicators point to a continued, strong production of emeralds.