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Jesus Ordonez
Jesus Ordonez • 1 year ago

Red Beryl -  ~$ 10,000 per carat Just like a ruby is really a red sapphire, the red beryl  is also known as a “red emerald”.  This incredibly rare gem, also referred to as “bixbite,”

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Jeremejevite - ~$2,000 per carat