Gemstone Investments, the New Trend

Investing in a gemstone could be a promising option for you. Yes, gemstone investments, when bought at the right price from the right sources could be profitable as well as reliable. These portable and exclusive pieces that sparkle with brilliance tend to grow in value over time. And if you’re a true lover of colored gemstones then there’s no reason why should be shying away.

At, after years of analyzing the gemstone market and its trends, we have put together a list of gemstones you should be investing in. Gemstones that not only grow in value over the years but also boast vibrant color coupled with exceptional quality should be the ones on your mind.

The Scarlet Ruby

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Scarlet ruby

Filled with fiery tones, a Ruby is an excellent choice for an investment. Studded in an engagement ring, or even as a loose gemstone, these durable, luminous gems radiate love and passion. A gemstone that is second to the diamond in terms of hardness, Rubies have a hint of purplish red that emulate elegance.

When looking to buy a ruby they should be eye clean, well cut, unheated and filled with a vivid color. Burmese Rubies tend to fetch highest values, however, gems from Mozambique like the one above and Madagascar rubies can also demand high values.

Neon Paraiba

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Neon Paraiba

Paraiba Tourmalines are the rare variety colored by the element copper. Their electric colors are what set it apart from any other gemstone. Originally mined in the Paraiba region in Brazil, today these gems are also found in Madagascar and various other countries in Africa.

A gem that has a hardness of 7.5, Paraiba tourmalines are durable and perfect for jewelry. A great choice for a gemstone investment, their vivid, bright colors make a statement everywhere they go. An eye clean Paraiba gem filled with neon colors, being blue, green or purple are gems that command the highest values.

Two-Toned Alexandrite

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Two Toned Alexandrite

Found originally in the Ural mountain ranges in Russia, the Alexandrite is one of the rarest and most valuable gems. These dual colored beauties will grip you like none other. A gem that changes color in from reddish purple in incandescent light to a greenish blue in daylight, the alexandrite has the perfect symphony of colors.

Prized for their color change, these gemstone investments are mined in Brazil and Tanzania today. A gemstone that has a hardness of 8.5, this variety from the Chrysoberyl family is ideal for use in jewelry.

Sunset Padparadscha

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Sunset Padparadscha

Filled with the color of the setting sun, Padparadscha Sapphires are a variety from the family of corundums. With similar chemical features they rank at 9 on the scale of hardness, with exceptional luster and durability.

These salmon colored delights, when eye clean with intense color can fetch high prices. Their feminine colors are a favorite amongst the women and only gain value over the years.

Sunny Chrysoberyl

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Sunny Chrysoberyl

With the warm golden hues of the sun, this species of gemstone called they Chrysoberyl is winning hearts everywhere. A gemstone with good clarity, impeccable resilience and a dazzling sun kissed color chrysoberyls are a great investment choice.

Buying a gemstone at a wholesale price from a trustworthy source is what adds value. So find yourself a rare gemstone to make an investment today. (graduated gemologist, Chantelle Lobo) (graduated gemologist, Chantelle Lobo)

graduated gemologist

Growing up in a country like India, bursting with color, culture and creativity, Chantelle's curiosity drew her towards the fascinating world of gemstones and jewelry. Trained with the best at the Gemological Institute of America and the SSEF, Switzerland, her knowledge encompasses advanced methods of gemstone identification, diamond grading and the manufacture and sales as a jewelry professional. Her adventures have taken her to source Spinels on the busy streets in Myanmar to exceptional Sapphires in Srilanka, a selection of gems from Madagascar and even rare Jades in China. With over 7 years of experience in the jewelry industry, her strong foundation in this niche field allows her to make key observations on the value or quality of gemstones and jewelry. She now continues to fuel her deep-rooted interest for these special stones by seeking out precious one-of-a-kind gems around the world. Linkedin: