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In this article series www.gemsquares.com will guide you on how to evaluate each colored stones quickly and accurately. In almost all cases, color is the most important value factor in a colored stone.

  • Superb colors can often more than make up for a gem’s eye-visible inclusions or less-than-perfect proportions.
  • For that reason, dealers make exceptions for clarity and cut when a gem’s color is truly outstanding.

Since each colored stone species have its own beauty and value factors. For example, an aquamarine and an emerald are both beryl, but they can’t be judged by the same standards, so buyers judge a gemstone’s beauty by comparing it with other gems in its own species.Keep following us on all gemstone information which we will be providing in the following posts.