People have classified gems in many different ways. Traditionally, precious stones were the Big Four gemstones â€” diamonds, emeralds, rubies, and sapphires. Semi-precious stones were everything else. Today, gemologists donâ€™t use these terms because they â€¦
Diamonds are the most common gem. Out of all the gems, diamonds are the most common. This is because diamonds are made of carbon, and carbon is the most plentiful thing on Earth. Hence, diamonds as well are extremely plentiful.What are the best gems?
Top 10 Investment Gems Ruby. Fine ruby is the rarest of all colored gems, and Burmese ruby has long been the premier investment gem. Blue Sapphire. Based on sales from the top auction houses, blue sapphire is the second most popular colored stone for investment. Emerald. ... Spinel. ... Tsavorite Garnet. ... Spessartite Garnet. ... Alexandrite. ... Jadeite Jade. ... Imperial Topaz. ... Paraiba Tourmaline. ...What is the most valuable type of gem?
Red diamond is the rarest and most valuable of all gemstones, with the finest specimens selling at auction for more than $1 million a carat. The largest red diamond known is the 5.11 ct. Moussaieff Diamond. The rare red hue is caused by microscopic defects in the crystal lattice.What do gems symbolize?
Precious stones are thought to symbolize aspects of life. In general, a dream about gems is usually a good sign for personal affairs, love life and business dealings, since jewels are generally thought to signify pleasure and riches.
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