Red Gemstones

 
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Red Pink Brown
Orange Yellow | Gold Green
Aqua Blue Purple
Gray | Silver Black  
White Clear Mixed Color
Rainbow Color Changing Multicolor

Red Gemstone List

Ruby
Ruby
Star Ruby
Star Ruby
Pigeon Blood Ruby
Pigeon Blood Ruby
Red Garnet
Red Garnet
Star Garnet
Star Garnet
Red Diamond
Red Diamond
Red Topaz
Red Topaz
Red Beryl
Red Beryl
Rubellite
Rubellite
Red Spinel
Red Spinel
Red Agate
Red Agate
Red Quartz
Red Quartz
Red Amber
Red Amber
Rhodochrosite
Rhodochrosite
Fire Opal
Fire Opal
Red Coral
Red Coral
Red Jasper
Red Jasper
Red Tiger Eye
Red Tiger Eye
Red Aventurine
Red Aventurine
Fire Quartz
Fire Quartz
Lithium Quartz
Lithium Quartz
Red Amethyst
Red Amethyst
Red Phantom Quartz
Red Phantom Quartz
Red Rutilated Quartz
Red Rutilated Quartz
Red Garden Quartz
Red Garden Quartz
Red Zircon
Red Zircon
Cinnabar
Cinnabar
Realgar
Realgar
Red Jade
Red Jade
Red Jadeite
Red Jadeite
Rhodonite
Rhodonite
Eudialyte
Eudialyte
Muscovite
Muscovite
Siliceous Schist
Siliceous Schist
Lepidocrocite
Lepidocrocite
Madeira
Madeira
Bamboo Coral
Bamboo Coral
Tibetan Coral
Tibetan Coral
Thulite
Thulite
Red Eye Agate
Red Eye Agate
Aurora Quartz
Aurora Quartz
Cuprite
Cuprite
Red Pink Brown
Orange Yellow | Gold Green
Aqua Blue Purple
Gray | Silver Black  
White Clear Mixed Color
Rainbow Color Changing Multicolor

Message from the Owner

Red gemstones are here in a list. This list is irresistible for red lovers. It will be useful when you want to find your favorite gemstone. You can check the details of meanings and properties from the link of each name. They all have pictures so that you can choose them intuitively.


The most famous red gemstone is Ruby. It is one of the four major gemstones in the world. (They are Diamond, Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald.) It is an attractive gemstone that is loved by people all around the world.


Most of the Ruby has a purplish-red color. Ruby that has pure red color is very valuable. If you want Ruby with pure red color, you will need big budgets. By heating it, the blackness of some Ruby can be removed. Before you buy it, please check it carefully if it is a non-processed one or a heat-processed one.


When there is Ruby with red color and sold at a reasonable price, it could be Synthetic Stone. Natural Ruby that has high-quality won't be sold at a low price. Ruby of Synthetic Stone has the same components as Natural Ruby. It is difficult to tell the difference just by seeing it, so please be especially careful. Please check whether that one is natural or synthetic before you buy it.


The second famous red gemstone after Ruby is Garnet. Ruby and Garnet were called Carbuncle before. They are the two major red gemstones. Both have a long history and handled as holy gemstones.


Garnet has a dark red color. You can enjoy a different red color than Ruby. It is good to have when you want a settled red color. If you want to do something with its dark color, you can decorate it with bright gold. The darkness and the brightness will match in a good balance.


Garnet is cheaper than Ruby. If Ruby is too expensive for you, please try Garnet. Red Garnet is also very beautiful. It is good for beginners of red gemstones.


Red Spinel has a very beautiful red color. This gemstone was mistaken as Ruby for a long time. It has all the factors: beautiful red color, high transparency, high hardness, and high value. Moreover, you can buy it at a lower price than high-quality Ruby. It is not much known compared to Ruby. Therefore, it is a little difficult to find one.


There are not many types of red gemstones. It will be harder to find one compared to other colors. If you want the one with a beautiful red color, it will be more expensive than you think. Although it is hard to get one, you can experience bigger excitement if you can get one.

Hayasaka Yoshino

Author Hayasaka Yoshino

Hayasaka Yoshino is a stone healer that usually works in Tokyo area, Japan. Yoshino is also famous as a fortune teller and seen over 10,000 people. "Fortune-telling counseling", which finds out the best gemstone for the client, received a high reputation. Representative director of LWE Co., Ltd.

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