Gems are marvelous pieces of jewelry that need no description at all.
These fabulous and sparkling jewelry items simply make up the day of
the wearer at any party or occasion.
But, do you know how priceless these gems are? Do you really know!
Men or women love to adorn them in their pendants, rings, nose rings
and earrings. Gems
are also the harbinger of good luck to the wearer. Ruby
are counted amongst the most popular gemstones
that are on sale and much in demand amongst the buyers. The price of
the ruby largely depends on its color and the dispersion quality.
The refined ruby
quality is the one that has the medium-dark toned red appearance.
Secondary colors such as the Pink, orange, and purple are less pricey
deal altogether. Some of the popular ruby examples such as Indian
Star Ruby, 167-carat Edwardes Ruby, Black Prince's Ruby and Timur
Ruby, Star ruby over 138 carats, Rosser Reeves Ruby etc. are the most
expensive and rare of all, with prices ranging to thousands of
dollars. And if you consider price factor on top, you can have an
easy get through if you go for the synthetic rubies. Theses rubies
are not at all expensive, and you can get them in vibrant colors.
Sapphire belongs to the same category as that of rubies. These can be
had in different colors viz, colorless, a deep blue, green, golden
yellow, pink, reddish-orange, violet, except red. The price factor
also largely varies with the color. The most expensive of the sapphires
is the cornflower blue. The real price value of this stone can be
accounted in thousands and millions of dollars. It becomes very
difficult to judge the correct prices of the gemstones, as they
differ from market to market and also stone to stone. You can always
browse through the inventory of the discounted online gem prices just
at your convenience. The price factor cannot be specific even for a
gem of the same quality and color. The market forces decide the
prices of the precious gems.
Some of the sapphires liked by the men and women who love to feel
above the class include, 543-carat "Star of India", cut star
sapphire, Midnight Star, black star sapphire, and the 330 carat
"Star of Asia".
What's more, when Sapphire
are studded in precious metals,
their prices increase phenomenally. Rubies are usually set in pure
gold are high priced than the original price of the gem itself. But,
it's not only the price factor at the end, the very aura rising from
the blend of a gemstone with the metal gives more dynamism and appeal
to the body and attire of the wearer.