10 Most Expensive Birthstones Ever

Blue Diamond (April): While traditionally associated with April as a birthstone, blue diamonds, especially those with intense color and exceptional clarity.

Red Spinel (August): Often mistaken for rubies, high-quality red spinels are rare and can be more valuable than their ruby counterparts.

Alexandrite (June): Known for its color-changing properties, alexandrite is a rare and precious gemstone. Its scarcity and the captivating play of colors can elevate its price.

Pink Star Sapphire (September): While sapphires are typically associated with September, the pink star sapphire variety, known for its mesmerizing asterism, can be exceptionally valuable.

Blue Sapphire (September): Blue sapphires, especially those with deep, velvety hues and minimal inclusions, are highly prized and can command a high price.

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Musgravite (June): A relatively recent addition to the list of birthstones for June, musgravite is an extremely rare gemstone with limited availability.

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Pink Star Diamond (April): For those born in April, the pink star diamond represents an exceptionally rare and expensive birthstone option. Its vibrant pink hue.

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Blue Garnet (January): While garnets are commonly associated with January, the blue garnet variety, known for its color-changing abilities, is exceptionally rare.

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Padparadscha Sapphire (September): Renowned for its unique pink-orange hue, padparadscha sapphires are highly coveted and can command high prices.

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Emerald (May): While emeralds are traditionally associated with May, high-quality emeralds with intense green color, minimal inclusions.

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