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    • Ferdinand Avila-Soto

      Some of the world's rarest gem stones. This red one looks pretty neat.

    • Jacie Couture

      Red beryl, the rarest gemstone on earth (?worth 1000 times more than gold by weight). Photo Robert Weldon I really love this cut, never seen it before

    • J. Lewis Jewelry

      Red beryl a very rare gemstone, beautiful color

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