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Precious Pink Sapphire
In addition to the noble blue colors of sapphires, there are many different types of coloring of these amazing minerals. Corundum, distinguished by pink, yellow, purple, green, violet and lilac tonality, is called fantasy sapphires. Specimens of pink, lilac and purple are truly unique and are less common blue and yellow sapphire varieties.
Pink sapphires are supplied to the jewelry market from:
Under the trade name pink sapphire refers to a wide color palette, ranging from light pink and ending in purple-pink tones.
Price of pink sapphires
The cost of pink shades of sapphires increases as their brightness increases, which is typical of all fantasy sapphires. Natural pink sapphires of varying degrees of color saturation and size on the market can be bought for $900-3000 per carat. The cost of refined pink sapphires is lower, but if the stone is large, clean and bright, then the price will not dramatically differ from unheated pink stones. It is important to note that pure pink sapphires of spectacular pink tones are very rare, so a sample weighing 3–4 carats can already be considered large.
Brightly saturated red-pink stones are often valued even higher than the blue counterparts of high jewelry quality. The price of unpretented (without heat treatment) large copies of this tonality reaches tens of thousands of dollars per carat. Access to such patterns is usually closed, and these gems can only be obtained from a close partner in Sri Lanka, a dealer guide to the market of large investment sapphires. Our company has such access and can make the selection of sapphire of any color with great investment potential.