Zircons exist in a wide range of colors, but the most expensive stones are deep blue, purple, red and orange. White zircons are also valuable, probably due to their extremely high 'diamond-like' refracting properties. Brownish stones from Cambodia are usually heated to obtain an intense blue color.
The figures are based on Gemval's aggregated valuation statistics for the retail market. Irrelevant, controversial or repeat data are excluded from our analysis wherever possible. The figures are updated monthly.
Occurrence is represented in % for different weight categories.
Occurrence is represented in % for different value intervals.
Occurrence is represented in % for different clarity grades.
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