What is the Value of Amethyst?

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The value of amethyst can depend on many factors, such as size, clarity, cut, and color. An amethyst's value can range from under 10 dollars for a very small bead that is not cut but tumble-polished to one that is of higher quality, and can be worth considerably more. High quality amethyst are usually deep purple in color, large in size, have great clarity and, are well cut. You can find more info at: www.shopgemstones.com
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The value of amethyst varies depending on the cut, grade, color, and size of the stone. Amethyst chunks can be as cheap as a few dollars but if the stone is cut and in a metal setting the price can go into the thousands. I hope this helps!
The value of amethyst depends on color intensity (the deeper the color, the greater the value), the quality of the cut (whether it is symmetrical and perfectly polished), and size. Larger amethysts tend to be worth more than smaller ones.
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