How to Guide to Examine a True Gemstone Pendant

Gemstone come in wide ranges and are popular for accessorizing beading designs and necklaces. In your search for a gemstone you will be spoilt for choice because of the different varieties in store. You can get anything from the agate to the Carnelian, the howlite to the jasper pendants which are all in the popular CatID. Other pendants to choose from include the black Onyx, black web, Burma jade, cats eye, fluorite, goldstone, kiwi stone, imperial jasper and fire cherry, just to mention but a few, because the list is quite a long one.
How to examine a gemstone:

To have a beautiful gemstone pendant, you need a beautiful gemstone, but how do you know that what you are getting is the real deal? To answer that question, below is a look at how you can examine your gemstone:
You need to make use of your naked eye in addition to hand lens during the examination process

It is essential, whenever you can to examine the stone against a white background in its uncounted form
You need to make sure that the gem is clean
Use your pair of tweezers to hold it at the girdle
Place it under daylight and view it
You can then proceed to use artificial lights
Be sure to view the gem from different angles. For inspection purposes, make use of a lens of 10x magnification in order to inspect the interior as well as the surface.

It is always tempting to go for low prices when purchasing anything, but you need to be careful when buying your gemstone pendant. Price does matter in your purchase. You may be presented with two seemingly similar gems, but the price tags may be different, this is because there are a number of factors that determine the price of a said gemstone pendant.
What makes the prices differ:

The quality of the material
The complexity and uniqueness of the design
The workmanship
A good quality gem follows the four cs which are; cut, color, clarity and carat. In order to determine the price of a gemstone, the seller or artist will look at:

The gemstone type
The type of cut employed.
The gemstone size
Color; this means having a look at how dark or light the stone is in addition to whether or not the color is even and dispersed all through the stone.

Has the stone been subjected any form of treatment for example irradiation, heat treatment, dying or diffusion?
Is the stone synthetic or natural? You will find that synthetic stones have less value that the natural ones
Ultimately, choosing the right gemstone pendant will mean the difference between a good buy and a bad one.

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