Unboxing $3,000,000 in Gemstones: Paraiba Tourmaline & More
Ever wondered, "what makes a gemstone valuable?" it's our most expensive unboxing ever, as we check out the biggest, rarest, and most unique gem specimens! Take the quiz and see if you can guess which gemstone is the most expensive! Learn what factors make these natural gems worth six figures or more.
Tourmaline comes in plenty of colors, including all rainbow colors, and also colorless. Some forms of tourmaline can be found with two colors in one stone, such as watermelon tourmaline. We have a stunning and massive tourmaline with a very complex chemical composition. Tourmaline has good toughness and ranks 7-7.5 on the Mohs hardness scale. Plus, see one of the most special tourmaline specimens in the world! Examine the different colors of tourmaline now.
We also have a famous and stunning pink gemstone, morganite. It was initially discovered in 1910 and was named after the American banker and financier J.P. Morgan. Morganite is a rarer and more valuable gemstone with significant mines in Brazil and Madagascar. It has also become more popular in engagement rings in recent years. Read the All About Morganite article and learn about the market report now.
Stay tuned and take your guess on the most expensive gemstone!