Yellow gemstones are the perfect addition to any type of jewelry design. Canary yellow diamond is becoming a popular choice for those who can afford it, but for those looking for something a bit more affordable, there is no shortage of selection. The quartz family offers two extremely popular choices including
lemon quartz and November's birthstone, citrine. The topaz family also offers yellow gems in the form of 'precious topaz', and 'imperial topaz'.
Fancy yellow sapphire is often used for high-end jewelry and can command high prices, but it is still rather affordable when compared to the prices of yellow diamond. There are also many good choices in harder gems such as beryl (heliodor), chrysoberyl and tourmaline. Other notable yellow gems to consider include sphene and sphalerite, both of which are known for their fire and brilliance, as well as Mali garnet.
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It's pretty great having a whole lot of different gemstones to choose from. When doing crafts and jewelry making, it's great to have all kinds of options, and it's amazing how much cheaper it is to just purchase un-set gemstones and make the setting yourself, as opposed to buying fully-made jewelry already. It's also extra special since you made it yourself.