Accompanied by SSEF report no. 95383, dated 20 September 2017, and AGL report no. 1084743, dated 30 May 2017, each stating that the sapphire is of Kashmir origin, with no indications of heating; also accompanied by SSEF Appendix letter stating 'The natural sapphire...possesses extraordinary characteristics and merits special mention and appreciation. The described sapphire...exhibits a remarkable size and weight...characterised by an attractive blue colour and a very fine purity, and has been cut into a well-proportioned cabochon. A natural sapphire from Kashmir of this size and quality can be considered rare and exceptional.'; further accompanied by AGL letter stating 'This sapphire also possesses a high clarity, providing a superior degree of transparency...for the aficionado of Kashmir material, this gemstone represents a unique time capsule of Kashmir's history and its contribution to the world of sapphires.'