Yellow Suphire


Gemologists assess color by considering hue, tone, and saturation. For yellow gemstones, the primary hue should be yellow. The most valuable stones are a pure yellow hue, but secondary hues may be present. For yellow stones, secondary hues are green, orange, and/or brown. Green secondary hues are usually undesirable. However, when slight, they may add a “neon” quality to the stone. Orange secondary hues are generally preferable. For example, popular “golden” colors have slight orange hues. Brownish colors would make ideal choices for an autumnal jewelry project.

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From bright, sunny colors to deep golden hues, yellow gemstones are warm and inviting. If you’re looking for a yellow gem for your next jewelry project, you’ll find what you’re looking for here.

Learn about color and quality for yellow gemstones, which ones will hold up best as ring stones, and which should be kept safe in a gem collection.

Some gemstones are just tougher than others. These yellow gemstone options all have a Mohs hardness value of at least 6.5, making them very resistant to scratches. Additionally, these gems aren’t likely to break if accidentally dropped or knocked against a table. Because of this, they make excellent stones for rings and daily wear jewelry pieces.

Additional information

Name of Gemstones

Yellow Suphire

Weight (carat)


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Number of pieces


Cut Quality

High Quality




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Price per carat


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