7 Top Best Gemstones in the World

7 Top Best Gemstones in the World

1. Red Diamond.

( $1 Million per Carat)

Red Diamond is a Diamond which displays red colour and exhibits the same mineral properties as colourless diamonds. The Red Diamond is commonly known as the most expensive and the rarest diamond colour in the world. Its a Rarest Gemstone in the World . There are less than 30 Red Diamonds found around the world. Red Diamonds are the best Gemstones.

2. Taaffeite.

($35k per Carat)

Taafeite is a mineral, who found the first sample, a cut and polished Gem, in October 1945 in a jeweller’s shop in Dublin, Ireland. As such, it is the only gemstone to have been initially identified from a faceted stone. Taaffeite is very rare Gemstone. Most costliest Gemstone after Red Diamond.

3. Diamond.

($15k per Carat)

Most natural diamonds have ages between 1 billion and 3.5 billion years. Most were formed at depths of 150 to 250 kilometres  in the Earth’s mantle, although a few have come from as deep as 800 kilometres. Diamond is Well known and everyone’s favourite Gemstone is Diamond. Its a most common Gem and We all love Diamonds.

4. Grandidierite.


($20k per Carat)

Grandidierite first discovered in Madagascar in 1902. Grandidierite is an extremely rare mineral and gem. The mineral was named in honour of French explorer Alfred Grandidier who studied the natural history of Madagascar.

5. Serendibite.

($18k per Carat)

Serendibite is a great and expensive Gemstone. Its is a rare borosilicate mineral that is very rare indeed in crystalline form. At one time crystalline Serendibite was one of the rarest and expensive Gemstones in the world.

6. Red Beryl.

($10k per Carat)

Red beryl is a rare mineral because its formation requires a unique geochemical environment. The Red Beryl found in mineralised rhyolite tuffs in Thomas Range ,Utah.

7. Musgravite.

($6k per Carat)

Musgravite was discovered in 1967 in Musgrave Ranges, Australia. Its very rare Gemstone Just like Taaffeite.


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