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ID: 40197110 pcs
1.27ctw Ruby
2.81 x 2.11mm
USD 176.40
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ID: 33592650 pcs
1.28ctw Ruby
1.68 x 1.18mm
USD 160.00
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ID: 41549415 pcs
4.60ctw Ruby
3.77 x 2.28mm
USD 644.00
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ID: 39937510 pcs
2.05ctw Ruby
3.37 x 1.98mm
USD 348.44
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ID: 40216710 pcs
1.67ctw Ruby
3.17 x 2.11mm
USD 231.96
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ID: 40217210 pcs
1.35ctw Ruby
3.08 x 1.78mm
USD 187.52
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ID: 40207115 pcs
2.07ctw Ruby
3.03 x 1.69mm
USD 287.52
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ID: 41554520 pcs
4.88ctw Ruby
3.75 x 1.77mm
USD 683.20
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ID: 40215110 pcs
1.54ctw Ruby
3.09 x 2.05mm
USD 213.91
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ID: 40219210 pcs
1.77ctw Ruby
3.36 x 1.97mm
USD 245.85
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ID: 33672650 pcs
1.13ctw Ruby
1.67 x 1.13mm
USD 149.50
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ID: 39941010 pcs
2.34ctw Ruby
3.40 x 2.01mm
USD 397.73
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ID: 33923120 pcs
1.98ctw Ruby
2.70 x 1.77mm
USD 282.15
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ID: 4026591 pcs
1.14ct Ruby
7.09 x 5.02 x 3.41mm
USD 798.00
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ID: 40196610 pcs
1.31ctw Ruby
2.97 x 1.89mm
USD 181.96
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ID: 40211210 pcs
1.54ctw Ruby
3.08 x 2.09mm
USD 213.91
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ID: 40207615 pcs
2.04ctw Ruby
3.01 x 2.06mm
USD 283.36
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ID: 4058901 pcs
1.18ct Ruby
9.61 x 4.60 x 3.28mm
USD 826.00
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ID: 40222510 pcs
1.54ctw Ruby
3.16 x 1.97mm
USD 213.91
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ID: 37980015 pcs
3.96ctw Ruby
4.56 x 2.56 x 1.95mm
USD 552.38
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ID: 33672450 pcs
1.13ctw Ruby
1.64 x 1.08mm
USD 149.50
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Mogok Burma Ruby
Ruby is the gem-quality variety of red corundum; all other colors of corundum are known as sapphire. The name 'corundum' originates from the ancient Sanskrit word 'kuruvindam'. While sapphire is considered very rare, red ruby is even rarer. Corundum is the second hardest natural substance known to man, ranking 9 on Mohs scale of hardness, falling short just below diamond. Rubies can range in color from pinkish-red to orangey-red, and purplish or bluish-red to brownish-red, depending on chromium and iron impurities within the stone. Orangey-red and brownish-red is often found in material from Africa such as Madagascar ruby, while pink-red and purplish red is more commonly seen in ruby from Asian sources, including Thailand and Myanmar (Burma). Most agree that good quality rubies should have a medium to medium-dark tone, with little to no orange or brown tones. As a general rule, the purer the red, the better.

This is why Burmese ruby is considered as the finest in the world, particularly ruby mined from the Mogok region of Burma, which exhibits the exceptional "pigeon's-blood" red color. The production of rubies from Mogok mines has come to a slow-down, which makes owning a Mogok ruby that much more special. Red ruby mined from the Mong Hsu region of Burma are also very good quality, but are known to exhibit slightly bluish or purplish hues which require enhancement through routine heat treatment in order to improve the color and clarity of the gems to make them saleable. Today, other sources for rubies include Afghanistan, Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, India, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, the United States and Vietnam. Mogok Burmese Rubies are indeed the finest in the world and is renowned as the world's most important fine ruby source.

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