Top 9 Most Expensive Minerals

Serendibite: is a rare mineral in the inosilicates group, discovered in 1902 in Sri Lanka, which is still the most significant source of serendibite.

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Taaffeite: is a recent discovery in the world of gems, identified in Dublin, Ireland in 1945 but sourced from Tanzania.

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Jadeite: It’s a hard, dense mineral made from a form of pyroxenes that harden into green and white stones found in subduction zones.

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Painite: is from the borate mineral group, containing trace amounts of several elements, including chromium, which is responsible for the element.

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Grandidierite: is a rare mineral first found in Madagascar in 1902, named after the explorer who found it, the Frenchman Alfred Grandidier.

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Alexandrite: is a birthstone (June) and is popularly known as the “Friday’s Child.” As opposed to many stones that have ancient origins.

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Diamond: the most well-known mineral on this list, is a hard carbon formation formed slowly over many years. Its hardness and ability to conduct.

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Sapphire: are forms of corundom, an aluminum oxide mineral reinforced by iron, titanium, chromium, magnesium, and vanadium.

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Emerald: the mineral beryl, colored green due to trace amounts of the elements chromium and vanadium. Emeralds are mid-high in terms of hardness.

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