Just like emeralds, high quality red beryl is very rare and most stones on the market today are heavily included. These stones, despite the heavy inclusions, will still sell for between $500 and $1,000 per carat. If you are looking for an eye clean (or even very slightly included) red beryl over 1 carat, you’ll need to bring your wallet as they will sell for more than $10,000 per carat!
Labradorite - A very unique type of gemstone
A description of the gemstone labradorite and its properties, both physical, and metaphysical.
Tourmaline - Polarity Balance
About the tourmaline group of crystals, which comprise many varieties that have different coloration and their own unique physical/metaphysical properties.