The king of red in the court of gems The Ruby may be more valuable and rare than the diamond. The price for carat doubles over one carat, triples over two carats and over 6 carats… there is no price!
“If the colour is right, don’t look at the shape! Be wary of the quality, prices change a lot! A gemmological certificate is recommended for this gemstone.”
Ruby, drop cut, 0.90 ct
Gem of great value, along with the Sapphire belonging to the Corundum family, the Ruby is appreciated and sought after by the dawn of time...
Price: € 865,00
Ruby, oval cut, 1.56 ct
The extraordinary color of this Ruby combined with the respectable size makes this gem a choice of excellence, which will be the protagonist of a...
Price: € 1.995,00
Ruby, oval cut, 1.26 ct
Rarely the beautiful red of the most precious Rubies also presents a brilliant and luminous crystal, as in this magnificent specimen in which brightness and...
Price: € 1.189,00
Burma Ruby, cushion cut, 3.01 ct
A magnificent red color on a over three carats weight, make this Ruby from the high quality certified Burma origin, a choice of excellence. Undoubtedly...
Price: € 8.850,00
Ruby, oval cut, 0.75 ct
A very particular shade of red, in which purple and orange nuances blend, depending on the light source, animates the beautiful crystal of this Ruby...
Price: € 195,00
Ruby, oval cut, 2.54 ct
An exceptional color for this precious two and a half carat Ruby, from a classic oval cut. The dimensions let easily imagine the creation of a jewel...
Price: € 2.490,00
Pair of Burma Rubies, drop cut, 2.90 ct tot.
The intense, brilliant and vivid red testimonies the precious origin of this magnificent pair of Rubies, coming in fact from the renowned Burmese mines. Beautiful...
Price: € 3.485,00
Pair of Rubies, oval cut, 2.04 ct
Surely ncluded in the Olympus of the most precious and beloved gems of all times, the Rubies enjoy a special charm due to their “gemological...
Price: € 1.870,00
Pair of Rubies, oval cut, 1.65 ct tot.
A vivid and exceptionally bright red, lit by the natural shine of the crystal and the beautiful faceting of the oval cut, makes this pair...
Price: € 1.490,00
Pair of Rubies, drop cut, 2.02 ct tot.
Magnificent Ruby fine-cut Ruby drops, perfect for a pair of precious pendants in an ideal combination to white diamonds to emphasize their true value. The small depth means...
Price: € 1.850,00
Ruby, drop cut, 1.00 ct (unheated)
Exceptional red, not even subjected to common heating, for this beautiful ruby of an exact carat. The drop cut from the refined profile allows to...
Price: € 1.390,00
Ruby, oval cut, 1.91 ct
As per frontal dimension, this magnificent Ruby, just under two carats, is comparable to a gemstone of almost twice its weight (and consequent price) thanks to...
Price: € 2.750,00
Ruby, marquise cut, 1.02 ct (unheated)
The peculiarity of the marquise cut, with its elegant long profile, is married to the extraordinary naturalness of the Rubin, which has not been subjected...
Price: € 1.475,00
Ruby, oval cut, 1.05 ct (unheated)
A clarity rarely found in Rubies and the absence even of the common minimal treatment, make this ruby an exceptional specimen. The beautiful color, a...
Price: € 1.520,00
Ruby, drop cut, 1.02 ct (unheated)
Magnificent drop cut Ruby from a transparent crystal and fascinating color, the value of which is accentuated by the absolute absence of any type of...
Price: € 1.499,00
Burma Ruby, heart cut, 3.03 ct
Extraordinary in every sense, this magnificent piece of Ruby marries the prestige of Burmese origin, with an exceptional color, a beautiful, naturally bright crystal, and...
Price: € 9.280,00
Ruby, oval cut, 3.97 ct (IGI)
Magnificent point of color and great brilliance, on a very impressive size make this wonderful Ruby a choice for connoisseurs. The beautiful oval cut, with soft...
Price: € 13.950,00
Burma ruby oval cut , 4.44 ct (GRS)
The valuable Burmese origin of this extraordinary specimen of Ruby, is witnessed by the excellent gemological characteristics that Mother Nature has given to this crystal:...
Price: € 15.300,00
Oval cut Burma ruby, 1.13 ct
Burma is a source of excellent quality rubies that have a colour that seems to literally light itself up. In this beautiful elegant oval cut...
Price: € 1.959,00
Ruby, oval cut 1.01 ct
Ruby has been appreciated since the dawn of time for its extremely magnetic colour and as a talisman against misfortune. This gorgeous example is proud...
Price: € 1.970,00
The name Ruby comes from the Latin Rubrum and indicates the red variety of the mineral corundum, all others colours are commonly called Sapphires. It takes second place on the scale for hardness after the diamond (Mohs scale). The hardness combined with the unmistakable beauty of its colour makes it the most noble in the gemstone kingdom.
Its colour may have minor hues of red and go from pink-red to orange or purple depending on the chromium and iron content of the gemstone. Its colour range has well defined limits beyond which it is considered more a sapphire than a ruby.
The so-called “pigeon’s blood” ruby classifies both the most desirable colour, pure red with a light hue of blue, and also its origin from one of the famous mines of Burma.Purchase a RubyOnce the natural origin of a ruby has been certified the key feature is definitely colour, such as its hue and saturation. Clarity is often a secondary feature because inclusions are typical of this variety of corundum and may also indicate its geographical origins. The origin can difference its price as for the Burmese that are the highest rated rubies in the world.
Treatments and synthesis
Many treatments have been studied to enhance this very rare stone, so that today we can in the market very different quality gemstones at different prices. For example Rubies treated with leaded glass appear at first glance to be good, but they cost even 10 times less than untreated rubies since the treatments are not long lasting. In this cases the original material quality before treatment is of very poor.
A further job for gemmologists is to recognise natural products from the multitude of synthetic rubies that have been produced since 1800.
Synthetic rubies, unlike natural rubies, have no inclusions and have always stunning colours.
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