How Much Is Onyx Worth?

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Onyx is a semi-precious stone. Onyx can be worth as little as $15. Prices go up from there depending on the quality of the stone and the cut. The setting, other stones and design also affect the cost.
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The worth of onyx depends on its size and if it is in jewelry or a loose gemstone. A certified gemstone appraiser can give you the exact value of your onyx.
Your Onyx can be worth as little as $10. Your Onyx can be worth as much as $5000. The value of your Onyx is determined by the quality and size of your Onyx.
Onyx is neither rare nor expensive and can sell from $1.00 to $35.00 per carat. The value of an onyx is based largely on the quality of the design of the stone and not the stone itself. The quality of the surface also contrubutes to the value. The polish should be shiny and even and there should be no cracks or pits on the surface.
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