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Purple Gemstones

Purple gemstones are often associated with royalty and luxury. Purple has been used as a symbol of royalty since ancient times, when the Roman Emperor Constantine made it his official color. In modern times, purple is also often associated with beauty and femininity.

Purple gemstones are stones that are colored purple due to various compounds in the stone. These compounds can be found in the mineral form, or as a result of organic material. The most common type of purple gemstone is Amethyst, but other gems that fall into this category include Sapphires and Tourmaline.

Purple gems have a wide range of prices and quality, but they're generally considered to be of higher value than other colors due to their rarity. Purple gemstones are a popular choice for jewelry because they are unique and can be matched with many different outfits. Purple is the color of royalty and has been used as a symbol of wealth and power for centuries. Some of the most popular purple gemstones include amethyst, sapphire, grapefruit, and violet.

Purple gemstones are some of the most popular stones on the market today. This is likely because they are beautiful to look at and also have a number of health benefits.

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1Amethyst

Purple Amethyst gemstone is one of the most popular choices for jewelry. It has a dark purple color that is almost impossible to replicate with other stones. Amethyst is a variety of the mineral quartz, and it has a purple hues. The amethyst gemstone comes in different colors, including shades of violet, blue, and green.

2Purple Tourmaline

Purple tourmaline is a very rare mineral and often times has high value purple gemstones due to its rarity and beauty. The color comes from the presence of certain impurities such as copper and manganese within the crystal. Purple Tourmaline is most often found in Brazil and some parts of Africa as well.

Purple Tourmaline are commonly heated to also make Paraiba Tourmaline which are also found in similar localities as Mozambique, Nigeria and Brazil.

3Purple Sapphire

Purple Sapphires are a beautiful gemstone and can be found in many colors. They can range from the deep purple color to lighter shades of violet. Purple Sapphire have a high saturation level and are often considered the most valuable of all the sapphire colors.

Purple sapphire is a rare and valuable gemstone. It is usually colorless or has a faint purple hues. Purple sapphire is considered to be a high-quality gemstone because of its rarity and its beauty.

If you're considering purchasing a sapphire as part of your purple gemstones collection, be prepared to pay between $500-$1,000 per carat for a stone of high quality. However, it's important to work with an experienced jeweler to ensure you're getting the best value for your money on the purple sapphire.

4Purple Garnet

Purple garnet is a type of gemstone that is composed of two different minerals: umbalite and uvarovite. These minerals are found together in various places around the world, including Bulgaria, India, Kenya, Mexico and the United States.

The purple color comes from chromium impurities in the umbalite mineral. The uvarovite mineral also contains small amounts of titanium and vanadium, which give it a yellow or golden hue which is commonly found in purple gemstones.

5Purple Spinel

Spinel is a gemstone that comes in many colors, including purple. Purple Spinel gemstone is known for its beauty and high quality.  Spinel has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale. This purple gemstones makes it a good choice for jewelry because it can be worn without protection.

6Purple Zoisite (Tanzanite)

Tanzanite is a violet gemstone that has been found only in one part of the world in Africa, Tanzania. It is usually a deep purple but can also be light purple or even pink color stones in its natural form.. Tanzanite is a very rare gemstone and is often considered a luxury item.

7Purple Kunzite

The mineral kunzite is a purple shades of the mineral quartz. It comes in several different shades, but the most popular is a deep purple known as "royal". Kunzite is often used in jewelry because of its beautiful color and its similarity to other minerals such as turquoise and topaz.

8Purple Diamonds

Purple diamond are a rarity, and they have a luxurious feel to them. They are known for their intense color, and they come in all shapes and sizes. Over time, purple diamonds have become more expensive than other types of diamonds. This is because purple diamonds are difficult to find, and they take a long time to produce.

Purple diamonds are often used in jewelry, but they can also be used in other ways as well. Because they are so rare, purple diamonds are quite expensive. However, their value will continue to increase as more and more people learn about them and desire to own one.

9Iolite

Iolite is a gemstone with a beautiful violet blue color. It is perfect for those who love the color violet blue and are looking for a unique gemstone. Iolite is relatively common, so it is perfect for those who want a gemstone that is not very expensive. Iolite is also known as the "water sapphire" because of its violet color. Iolite has a Mohs hardness of 7-7.5, making it perfect for everyday wear.

10Purple Fluorite

Fluorite is a colorful mineral that has many uses in industry and jewelry making. It is relatively soft, so it is often cut into cabochons or beads. Fluorite occurs naturally in a variety of colors, including green, blue, purple, pink, and yellow. The most common color is green.

Purple Fluorite is named after the Latin word for "flow," because it melts easily. Fluorite is used as a flux in metallurgy, and it is also used to make hydrofluoric acid. In jewelry making, fluorite is often used as a cabochon or bead because of its wide range of colors.

11Purple Chalcedony

Chalcedony is a semi-precious purple gemstone found in a variety of colors. Chalcedony comes in a variety of colors, including white, blue, pink, purple, and brown. It is made up of silicon dioxide, and its name comes from the Greek word for "calcite."

As this purple gemstone is formed from silicon dioxide and is made up of tiny crystals. It has a Mohs hardness of 7 and a vitreous luster. Chalcedony occurs in many different forms, including agate, bloodstone, carnelian, and onyx.

This purple gem has been used for centuries for jewelry and other ornamental purposes. Today, it is still a popular choice for use in rings, earrings, pendants, and other jewelry pieces.

12Purple Scapolite

The scapolite gemstone is a beautiful and unique stone that is perfect for those who are looking for something different. This stone is found in a variety of colors, including pink, shades of purple to dark purple, yellow, and white. It is also known for its ability to change colors in different lighting conditions. The scapolite gemstone is a relatively hard stone, making it durable and perfect for everyday.

13Sugilite

Sugilite gemstone is a relatively new discovery that has quickly become a popular choice for jewelry. This purple stone is named after the Japanese petrologist who first discovered it in 1944, Ken-ichi Sugi. It can be found in only a few locations around the world, making it a rare and valuable gem.

This Purple gemstone is most often used in jewelry, though it can also be found in other decorative items such as vases and bowls. This stone is said to have healing properties and is believed to improve mental clarity and peace of mind from this beautiful purple stones.

14Purple Jasper

The jasper gemstone is a semi-precious purple gemstone that can be found in a variety of colors, but is most commonly known for its purple hue. This gemstone is often used in jewelry and other decorative items due to its unique color and pattern.

This gemstone is relatively easy to care for, but should be cleaned with warm soapy water and a soft cloth. Avoid using harsh chemicals or cleaners as they can damage the surface of the jasper purple shades.

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