Top 8 The Rarest Minerals on Earth

Kashmir Sapphire: the most sought-after rare stones, as much for their name as for their vibrant blue hue. Kashmir sapphires.

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Red Diamond: the red diamonds their vibrant crimson hue, but they are the red queen of diamonds when they are discovered.

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Paraiba Tourmaline: A man named Barbosa (not the pirate captain but with just as much booty) discovered the Paraiba Tourmaline stones in 1989.

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Painite: is a borate mineral, which means it has a composition similar to salts but hardened like a silicate.

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Alexandrite: is a stone named for Russia’s Second Czar, discovered in the Ural Mountains in the 1830s. It was Count Perovskii who named.

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Jadeite: sourced from regions that were once buried, encased in metamorphic rock, and subject to incredible pressures of erosion.

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Red Beryl: is a stone of incredible rarity, related in mineral genealogy to morganite, emerald, and aquamarine.

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Padparadscha Sapphire: Padparadscha Sapphires are instantly recognizable by their color, which is a coral hue like a mix of orange and pink.

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