Ruby is the most popular and bright color gemstone ever. Major sources of Ruby are Burma, Siam and Mozambique. The source of the world’s finest rubies is Burma or present-day Myanmar the rarest ruby gemstone.
Burmese Rubies Stand Supreme Rubies rich in chromium that have formed in marble also have the ability to fluoresce or emit light when stimulated by ultraviolet radiation such as that in sunlight. This makes the red color of Burmese rubies even more intense and has the effect of
making the stone “come alive” and appear internally illuminated considering the best color called “Pigeon’s blood”.
Mozambique is another variety of ruby that is premium resourced from Mozambique region of Africa. Due to its brilliant red hue and high transparency. Mozambique rubies are more valuable than the ruby found in the African mines. The finest Mozambique rubies can come close
in color in high quality Burmese rubies, but they do not have distinctive fluoresces of the Burmese.
Siam Ruby is a gemstone for Collector. Thai Rubies are beautiful as It is “Royal Red”. It’s gemstone from Bo Rai, the former ‘King of Thai Ruby’, in Thailand’s Tart province. First referenced in 1408, Thai Ruby once fulfilled 95 percent of the world’s demand for this extremely rare and highly coveted gemstone. Ostensibly depleted since 2009, Thai Ruby is impossibly rare, making it incredibly collectable.
Besides, Unheated Ruby are most valuable especially from Burma. Almost all rubies produced on the market are heat treated. The heat treatment of corundum has been used for centuries and is therefore considered a common practice and even a traditional use. Some purists have been looking for stones that have not been thermally modified by human hands which is an unheated with a certificate from reliable labotories, set its price & value and definitely, the better the quality, the higher value.
Ruby is named from the Latin ‘ruber’ (red), Ruby’s beautiful hues embody the color of love, passion and romance.
Perfect Matching Pair! Finding a perfectly matched pair of colored stones can be a tall order. Unlike diamonds, colored gemstones have more variance in hue, tone, and general color, making it more difficult to source two stones to complete a pair.