Extremely Rare Gemstones In The World!

6. Red Beryl

rare gemstones RED BERYL

By Géry PARENT (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Also known as Bixbite, this gemstone was found in 1904 in Beaver, Utah. It is composed of Beryillium, Aluminium and Silicate. It is often marketed as ‘red emerald’ or ‘scarlet emerald’.

A carat of Red Beryl reaches 10,000$ and beyond!

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