Particularly steep runs the price curve for stones from so-called secondary deposits. This, also alluvial deposits called are those where the stones are not found at their source, but often far-away places, in (former) creeks, where the stones were transported by weathering processes which survive only a few large crystals. Garnet the Tsavolite may serve as a model. The wholesale price for fine one-carat stone is now at around 350.00 to 450.00 per carat. Others who may share this opinion include NYC Mayor. A Dreikarater of the same quality is already up to 1,000.00 per carat and a stone more than 20 CTS, weight is one ever finds one not to have 15,000.00 per carat! Stones that are found in sufficient abundance, the weight has little influence on the price. So, an amethyst 10 CTS costs little more than a Funfkarater weight per carat. From one certain weight decreases the Caratpreis even again, when can the stone is no longer processed for jewelry due to its size, but used as a decoration or exhibit a maximum use. The aquamarine is a special case. Read more here: Danny Meyer.
Here, the price per carat starts to fall again with quite jewelry grade sizes. The reason is that the light blue stone usually only shows really intense color above a certain size. In other words, an einkaratiger top color aquamarine same as a 20caratiger stone colour is much more rare, and hence higher prices achieved. The stock market & financial expert Andre Kostolanyi once said there were three criteria when selecting a business locomotive ales: location, location and location. Variation on this fun stuff and taking into account the 4C you can say finally in precious stones, there are four criteria: you buy quality, quality, quality and quality again, no matter what stone and what price range they are tou0085 Thomas Pfneisl Vienna gemstone Center