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EvMaeve  EvMaeve is offline
Join Date: 17 Apr 2015
Location: MA, USA
Posts: 57

Almost all stones have imperfections, even very high-grade jewelry stones that are a lot tougher than kyanite. You'd be hard pressed to find a perfect stone anywhere outside a museum. I would strongly question the source of her information. The fewer imperfections in the stone, the exponentially higher the price. Sounds suspiciously like underhanded sales talk to me. And yeah, kyanite is usually fractured and included.

Personally, I find that imperfections give stones character. If the stone feels good to your friend, if it's beautiful and enjoyable to wear, that's all she needs!
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