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Weighing in at 325.14 carats and priced well over two million dollars, this extraordinary tsavorite is one of the largest most valuable gems ever to be discovered in East Africa.

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List of Crystals and Meanings | The Planetary stone chart offers another slant on birthstones and ...

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FAVOURITE. Halo Diamond and Natural Blue Sapphire Ring in 14k by LaMoreDesign, $1475.00

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from Mail Online

Flawless blue diamond, the most expensive gemstone in the world, sells at auction for £4m

Blue diamond ~ This is one of the rarest gems in the world - a 6.04 carat diamond that is fancy vivid blue color and has internally flawless clarity. The expensive stone was bought by a British jeweler for a record-breaking sum of almost £4 million at a Sotheby's auction in Hong Kong. The selling price makes it the most expensive gemstone in the world, per carat, sold at any auction. The flawless blue diamond fetched £650,000 per carat after intense bidding.

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Timeless Retro 4ct Emerald Cut Garnet & Diamond Cocktail Ring 18k | Antique & Estate Jewelry | Jewelry Finds

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Jewellery Sales: Fine Jewels, Sotheby's London-Telegraph

Sothebys; Lot 423: Gem set and diamond brooch/pendant by Henrie-Auguste Solié, circa 1900

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Platinum ring with emerald-cut blue sapphire and diamond accents - this is possibly the most beautiful thing in the world. Ever.

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from Audry Rose

Emerald Leaf Ring

The vibrancy of these leaf-shaped emerald stones set into a radiant 14k yellow…

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from io9

10 Gemstones Much Rarer Than Diamond

Alexandrite - This stone can undergo a dramatic shift in colour depending on the type of light it is viewed in. A variety of Chrysoberyl, alexandrite belongs to the same family as the emerald.

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Often called the Rolls-Royce of greens at Cadillac prices, tsavorite a hundred times more rare than ‎emerald. It is also cleaner, more brilliant and not oiled or treated in any way. Although Tsavorite is the name usually associated with the darker green ‎garnet, there is no universally accepted standard that designates which shade of green qualifies a stone as ‎tsavorite. More @ www.multicolour.com and #gemstones

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