The 1.15 Square Unheated Burma Ruby was shot in natural daylight with a Sony Cyber-Shot.
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Here is the relevant data on the 1.15 Unheated Burma Ruby:
Cert: AGL - September 25, 2008
MM: 6.01 x 5.78 x 3.93
Color Rating/Tone: 2/85
Color Scan: Red 70, Pink/Purple 15, Orange 15
Proportions: Good (4)
Average Brilliancy: 70-80%
Finish: Very Good-Good (3-4)
TQIR: Excellent to Very Good (2.5)
Heat Enhancement: None
Clarity Enhancement: None
Price: US$11,000. per carat or $12,650. total including shipping/handling in the United States and the $320 original AGL Colored Stone Grading Report.
NGC Comment: Carat size no heat Burma rubies are impossible to find in today's market due to the embargo and lack of production. However, this stone is back for liquidation. It's a gem red unheated Burma ruby...some people call these vivid reds because the 70% red and 85 tone. The clarity is MI1 and is primarily rutile silk which proves the country of origin and the fact the stone is not heated. The stone has extremely high cutting and finish grades for a Burmese gemstone. Plus, the brilliancy is high at 70-80%. A serious gemstone for a portfolio or to mount in an upscale jewelry piece.
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View the 1.15's Unheated Burma Ruby's American Gemological Laboratory Colored Gemstone Grading Report.
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