COLOR OF THE GEMSTONES

COLOR OF THE GEMSTONES

Color is the most important criterion determining the cost of the gemstone.

Very dark gemstones, as well as very light ones, are valued lower. The gemstone's cost is also reduced by various shades that worsen the primary color (for example, yellowness in emerald. On the contrary, an emerald with a bluish tinge is valued higher). An essential role in setting the price is played by how often a particular gemstone color is found.

The stone's transparency is primarily the absence of defects  or clarity of the gemstones (cracks, inclusions of minerals, etc.), which experts determine with a magnifying glass of 10x magnification. When examining a stone, it is necessary to know that the price reduction is strongly influenced by the contrast of inclusion and the location of the defect. For light gemstones, dark inclusion affects the price reduction more than fair inclusion. Respectively, for dark stones, weak inclusion reduces their price. Inclusions and cracks located in the center of the stone and near the surface affect the price reduction more than those found in an inconspicuous zone. That is, it is necessary to remember. If the disadvantages negatively affect the strength of the gemstone and its color, if they are very noticeable or there are many, then the price becomes much lower.

Absolutely clean, without internal defects, stones are rare, so their price is high. Usually, defects (defects) in cracks, "feathers," and solid inclusions are present in the stones.

 To describe the color of precious stones, you can use standard color tables that designers use. Compare your stone with the table and give it a beautiful name. Although since ancient times, slightly strange names have been used for precious, precious stones.

To describe the color of precious stones, you can use standard color tables that designers use. Compare your gemstones names with the table and give it a beautiful name. Although since ancient times, slightly strange names have been used for precious, precious stones. The most expensive rubies from Burma were called "The color of pigeon blood."  The most costly emeralds from Colombia are called "The color of spring greenery." And the most expensive rare sapphires from India are called "Cornflower Color."

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