Top Five Rarest Gem Stones in the World
Gemstones are the wonderful element that adds elegance to your jewelry. Gemstones are precious or semi precious stones polished and used to make beautiful jewelry. If you are thinking that diamond is the only precious gemstone then you are wrong, there are many rare gemstones and only few of them hold these kinds of rare gemstones like David Birnbaum. He is one of the internationally recognized Private Jeweler and gem experts. In fact, David Birnbaum Rare 1‘s specialty is selling rare and lab certified gemstones.
Top 5 Rarest Gemstones
- Pink Star Diamond: Pink star diamond is the most costly one which sells for $83,187,381. Mined from South Africa, this Pink star diamond is 59.6 Carats. Have a look at Pink Star Diamond; definitely you will be amazed at the luster and beauty that it exhibits.
- Painite: If you want to buy a Painite then it is really a tough job. Not all the jewelers hold this one of the precious gemstone. This rare gemstone, Painite was first found by British mineralogist in Myanmar. The price range of this Painite is $50,000-60,000 per carat.
- Musgravite: Musgravite is grabbing its own place in the list of Top 5 rarest gemstones. This precious gemstone comes from the Taaffeite family is thought to be found in Southern Australia but now this rare gemstone was found in Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Antarctica, Madagascar and Greenland. This stone exhibits attractive greenish gray to purple color with the price of $35,000 per carat.
- Jadeite: Jadeite, this is one of the rarest gemstone and often misunderstood with the common gemstone Jade. Exhibiting brilliant green color, this gemstone is very costly and the price is$20,000 per carat. An interesting history associated with this rare gemstone Jadeite is several thousand years ago this gemstone was used to make tools and weapons because of its tough nature.
- Alexandrite: Named after Russian tsar Alexander II, the first stone was discovered in emerald mines near the Tokovaya River in the Urals. This gemstone has a rare and most sensual property of changing its colors. During daylight it reflects Green or bluish-green color and in incandescent light it sparkles as purplish-red, soft shade of red or raspberry red. Because of its chemical composition, Alexandrite is very rare and highly priced as $12,000 per carat.
All these rarest gemstones will definitely leave you awe struck and would definitely kindle your desire to buy one for yourself.