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AGTA Certified Unheated Star Ruby Mens Ring 3.68 carats in 18KYG Setting
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Beautiful Fancy Barrel Cut Rhodolite Studs 6.85 ctw
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Beautiful Fancy Barrel Cut Rhodolite Studs 6.85 ctw

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Burma Red Ruby Rounds 4.5mm 4.34 cts 2nd Day Shipping
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Burma Ruby Rounds 2.4 carats 6 pieces special
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Exquisite AAA+ Rhodolite Diamond Pendant 14KWG 5.13 ctw
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Exquisite AAA+ Rhodolite Diamond Pendant 14KWG 5.13 ctw

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GIA Certified Pink/Ruby Sapphire Diamond Platinum Ring 3.46 ctw
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GIT Certified Unheated Winza Ruby Diamond Ring 14KWG 2.61 ctw
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GIT Certified Unheated Winza Ruby Diamond Ring 14KWG 2.61 ctw

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Purple Round Ceylon Sapphire 0.56 carats
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Purple Round Ceylon Sapphire 0.56 carats

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Rubellite Diamond Ring 14KWG 4.06 ctw
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Rubellite Diamond Ring 14KWG 4.06 ctw

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Simon G. Designer Rubellite Yellow & White Diamond Ring 18KWG 3.06 ctw
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Unheated Indian Ruby Oval 0.69 carats 7.2x5.0x1.9mm
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Unheated Indian Ruby Oval 0.83 carats 7.3x5.8x2mm
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Unheated Indian Ruby Oval 1.61 carats 8.0x6.3x3.4mm
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Unheated Indian Ruby Oval 3.46 carats 11.8x9.7x2.9mm
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Unheated Indian Ruby Rectangle 0.68 carats 4.9x4.4x2.4mm
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None of our rubies or sapphires have been diffusion or Beryllium treated, we don't consider the practice an acceptable form of treatment since little is known about long term effects/durability.The finest rubies look like someone painted a swatch of fluorescent red directly across them. It is an almost glowing red, diffused well through the stone, and is rooted from the unique property of fine Rubies, a rich red fluorescence. While Burma (or sometimes called the Mogok Ruby) is the traditional source for the finest rubies, good stones are a rare find anywhere, the best stones contain tiny amounts of rutile silk which give these rubies their awesome crimson glow

Some neat facts and lore concerning rubies:

  • At Sotheby's New York's October 18, 1988 sale, Alan Caplan's 15.97 ct Burmese ruby sold for $3,630,000, or a startling $227,301/ct (most of ours are less!)
  • Few named rubies:
  • 167 carat Edwardes ruby (British Museum)
  • 100 carat DeLong star ruby (Am Mus Nat Hist)
  • 138.7 ct Rosser-Reeves star ruby
  • Many believed that rubies possessed an inner flame which burned eternally.
  • The Burmese believed rubies ripened like fruit, and that the redder a ruby, the more ripened it was. If a ruby was flawed, it was considered over-ripe.
  • Although The Black Prince Ruby sits in the Imperial State Crown in London, it is actually a 170 carat spinel
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