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59.20 Carat Genuine Blue Topaz .925 Sterling Silver Necklace

What is the monetary value of blue topaz?


Back in the day, treated blue topaz was worth between $20 and $40 a carat, depending on the quality. However, as a result of the overabundance of the gemstone on the market, there is now an over supply of the gemstone. As a result, the price has fallen to less than $1 per carat, making it an extremely inexpensive choice.

Also read Pink Gemstones: A List of Pink Gemstones and Their Meanings for further information.
The carat weight, color, clarity, and cut of the stone, like with other stones, will determine the price of the stone. A smaller stone with fewer inclusions and good clarity will be much more valuable than a bigger gem with numerous inclusions and poor clarity because of the smaller size and greater clarity.

If the price tag on a “genuine” natural blue topaz seems to be too good to be true, it is most than likely a synthetic stone created artificially.

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