When thinking of black gemstones, people tend to think Obsidian or Cat’s Eye, but as we’ll show you, there are so many others. They vary in their level of rarity, price, and hardness, but all have a place in your jewelry collection.
Black gemstones were overlooked and undervalued up until recently. They are becoming more and more popular for their elegant luster, understated and dignified look, and their originality among the many bright pinks and emeralds and blinding blues out there.
As the trend in jewelry now is gemstones, jewelry connoisseurs are looking for colors that express themselves.
More and more pieces of black gemstone jewelry are now available.
Here’s a guide to 10 of the greats, showing that Black gemstones come in more variety that many folks may think.