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ID: 4698181 pcs
thumb image of 1.9ct Round Facet Deep Red Spinel (ID: 469818)
1.93 ct Spinel
6.7 mm
$ 115.80
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ID: 4697991 pcs
thumb image of 1.1ct Round Facet Red Spinel (ID: 469799)
1.09 ct Spinel
5.8 mm
$ 38.15
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ID: 4696091 pcs
thumb image of 2.7ct Oval Facet Violet Red Spinel (ID: 469609)
2.66 ct Spinel
8.8 x 7.2 mm
$ 93.10
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ID: 4698581 pcs
thumb image of 2.1ct Cushion-Cut Red Spinel (ID: 469858)
2.05 ct Spinel
7.5 x 7.3 mm
$ 143.50
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Red Spinel
Spinel is a special gemstone in many ways. For centuries it was mistaken for ruby and gained undeserved fame. Today fine red spinel is more rare than ruby but less valuable. That looks like a delayed revenge for its unlucky past. Its name derivation is also ambiguous. Experts are undecided whether it derives from the Greek word for "spark" or the Latin for "thorn".

Due to its excellent hardness (8 on Mohs scale) and high clarity spinel produces fine jewelry in various cuts and shapes. Spinel is never treated in any way and continues to be a great substitute for ruby and sapphire as well as an outstanding stone in its own right.

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