How much does aquamarine cost?

How Much is an Aquamarine Worth? Prospective buyers can consult an aquamarine value chart to ascertain aquamarine gem value. As a rough guide, a 1-carat aquamarine would cost approximately $675 per carat and a 2-3 carat aquamarine would be around $1,000 to $1,500 per carat.

Is real aquamarine expensive?

An aquamarine stone with a one-carat weight may be valued at about $675; whereas a two- or three-carat stone can be valued at between $1,000 and $1,000. Nonetheless, lab-grown aquamarine crystals are also available to the public.

Is aquamarine found in Pakistan?

In recent decades, a steady supply of aquamarine has come from northern Pakistan, an increasingly important mining locality. The aquamarine was mined mostly from the Gilgit-Baltistan region, including the Shigar Valley, as well as the Hunza and Braldu Valleys (figure 1).

Is aquamarine gem expensive?

Prices for larger aquamarines range from about $300 to $600 per carat. The highest prices are charged for the more saturated colors, with the rare Santa Maria aquamarines in fine quality commanding prices over $1,000 per carat. But color saturation should not be confused with tone.

Is aquamarine cheaper than diamond?

For many, the biggest advantage of opting for an aquamarine engagement ring over a traditional diamond is the price tag; aquamarine is much more affordable, even in larger carat weights. The gorgeous color of aquamarine is another big advantage.

How do I know if my aquamarine is real?

The best way to identify a real aquamarine stone is by looking at its colour. In its natural form, they have a pale blue colour, which is similar to seawater. They may have a slight green or yellow tint as well. Naturally occurring gems have excellent clarity and transparency.

What is aquamarine called in Urdu?

There are always several meanings of each word in Urdu, the correct meaning of Aquamarine in Urdu is نیلگوں بلور, and in roman we write it Nelghon Baloor. The other meanings are Nelghon Baloor.

What is the national gem of Pakistan?

Gilgit Baltistan

Region Gemstones
Testun, Dassu, Net Tahirabad, and Goyungo Topaz, aquamarine, tourmaline, morganite, apatite, quartz, and emerald
Appu Aligund, Fuljo, Braldu, Bashu, and Karma Tourmaline, aquamarine, garnets, diopside, ruby, pargasite, emerald, topaz, amethyst, scheelite, and quartz

Is aquamarine a real diamond?

Aquamarines come in a range of colors from blue to greenish-blue. These are a variety of the beryl mineral, which comes in many colors but are different from natural diamonds. Though diamonds too, come in fancy colors, these are quite rare and expensive.

What color is a good aquamarine?

Aquamarine’s color range is very narrow: It can be blue, very slightly greenish blue, greenish blue, very strongly greenish blue, or green-blue. The gem’s most valuable color is a dark blue to slightly greenish blue with moderately strong intensity.

Are aquamarines rare?

Although aquamarine gemstones can be easily confused with blue topaz, aquamarine is much more rare and valuable. Aquamarine is related to emerald, since both belong to the gemstone family of Beryls.

What are the benefits of aquamarine?

Aquamarine carries the powers to balance, stabilize and regulate the mental, emotional and physical aspect of its user. It ends material cravings and insecurities in the wearer and frees him/her of mental stress. Aquamarine helps people become down to earth, loving and selfless.