The cost of Gomed is determined by several factors along with size and weight, overall clarity, color, origin, and treatment administered out to the stone. The stone price in India can vary from ₹ 125 per carat ($2) to as far as ₹ 4,600 per carat ($70).
Weight– An original gemstones come at a great price. If quality endures the same, further in carat weight shifts the Hessonite stone price further north. Additionally, the costs may increase dramatically for accurate, high-quality Gomed.
Clarity– Location, volume and nature of additions altogether affect the value of Gomed ratan. A clear, transparent hessonite requires expensive premium than others. Gomed price per carat will always be more for such a stone.
Origin– Though the stone found plentifully in Asia, Africa, Australia, and South America, garnet of Sri Lankan origin is the most sought-after variety of Gomed. Ceylon Gomed stone price is nearly forever higher connected to other origins. African Gomed or Indian Gomed is fairly lower due to great embodiments.
Treatment– Treatments are to increase the value of gemstones. Normally, an untreated Gomed is more valuable and astrologically powerful than artificially improved stones.
Cut– Gemstones are formed to enhance their aesthetics. Due to the stone wastage is taken in the process, the price of faceted cut Gomed is usually more than a round or cabochon hessonite if quality and size continue the same.