Top 10 Most Fitting Gemstones For Valentine's Day

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The Graff Pink Diamond: The Graff Pink is a rare 24.78 carat pink diamond, once owned by American celebrity jeweller Harry Winston.

Padparadscha Sapphire: Padparadscha sapphires are one of the rarest of sapphires. These extremely rare stones are unknown to most.

The Moussaieff Red Diamond: The Moussaieff Red Diamond is a diamond measuring 5.11 carats with a triangular brilliant cut, rated in color as Fancy Red by the Gemological Institute of America. 

The Sweet Josephine Diamond: The Sweet Josephine is a 16.08 carats pink diamond that was sold at a Christie's auction in Geneva in November 2015 for $28.5 million.

The Rosser Reeves Star Ruby: With its rich red color and well-defined star, the 138.72ct Rosser Reeves Star Ruby might be the largest and finest star ruby in the world. Ruby is the gem.

The Heart of Eternity Diamond: The Heart of Eternity is a diamond measuring 27.64 carats, rated in color as "Fancy Vivid Blue" by the Gemological Institute of America.

Morganite: Morganite is mined in Brazil, Afghanistan, Mozambique, Namibia, the United States, and Madagascar. Morganite has grown in popularity since 2010. Brides and CNN have.

The Star of Bharany Ruby: The “Star of Bharany Ruby” has a rare combination of purplish color with a fairly distinct 6-rayed star which possibly makes it one of the finest star rubies in the world.

The DeLong Star Ruby: It was sold by Martin Ehrmann to Edith Haggin DeLong for US$21,400, who then donated it to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City in 1937.

Rose Quartz: “Rose quartz is a powerful healing crystal,” says crystal healer and reiki master Keith Birch, owner of KSC Crystals. “Its soft, gentle, almost pastel pale pink.