Rough Material Donated to Canadian Gemmological Association
“As the primary cutting facility for the rare and precious Csarite™, it makes perfect sense for our company to also distribute this product to our many constituents,” stated Rudi Wobito. “Our intimate knowledge of the skill required to cut Csarite™ uniquely positions us to help teach the Canadian jewelry industry about the attributes of this color change gem.”
Milenyum Mining is kicking off the announcement with a donation of Csarite™ rough crystals to the Canadian Gemmological Association for study and education.
“We are thrilled with this contribution,” stated Duncan Parker, president of the Canadian Gemmological
Association. “Given its rarity and newness to the market, having material on hand is instrumental in teaching
our students about this unusual and precious gem.”
Csarite™ is the trade name for the finest of Turkish color change diaspore. Ethically sourced at its sole known source deep in the mountains of the Anatolia region of Turkey, Csarite has quickly become a favorite gemstone of luxury jewelry designers the world over.
MML is the world’s only actively-mining source supply of Csarite™, a Turkish diaspore that is a natural,
unenhanced colored gemstone. Responsible for cutting and marketing of this phenomenal gemstone, MML’s
mission is to introduce gem and jewelry connoisseurs around the globe to Turkish diaspore’s unique beauty and rarity. MML is a member of The International Colored Gemstone Association.