Red Beryl – $10,000 per carat

Red Beryl (Credit: therichest.com)

Red Beryl (Be3Al2Si6O18) is a mineral composed of beryllium, aluminum, and silicate. In nature, pure beryl is colorless but acquires it’s coloration from trace amounts of additional elements. Red Beryl is found in mineralized rhyolite tuffs in Thomas Range, Utah. This gem can garner up to $10,000 per carat and are rarely found above 2-3 carats.

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