Values of Spessartite Garnet Roughdiffer based on its worth and size. The most significant factors are their color and lucidity. The drenched pure orange is considered as the rarest and most expensive, and the prices varying from $1,000 up to $2,000 for every carat based on its size.
The bright yellowish-orange is the second most precious color, with the prices varying from the $750 up to $1,200 per every carat. In fact, the red-orange and golden-orange are generally less costly, with prices varies from $200 up to $700 per every carat for a spotless and well-cut stone.
However, small spessartites with 2 carats, and gemstones with some eye’s perceptibleinclusions are quite less exclusive, even with the better colors. Thus, fine rough spessartites are reasonable, especially in small dimensions. High-quality gemstones with more than five carats are unusual as well as, collectible.
During 1990, rough spessartite certainly was a rare cut stone. These changes occur during 1991 when high-quality material was exposed in the northwestern part Namibia. The deposit generated a small quantity of these fine gems, but top rank stones are no longer ever found.