1.33 "Classic" Mogok Unheated Burma Ruby

Description
The 1.33 is a no heat "Classic" Mogok Burmese ruby. It grades 4.5/65. This color/tone is known in the trade as "electric magenta". These are fluorescent gems are primarily red (60% red) but not pigeon blood or stoplight (70% red). Due to the light 65 tone it never blacks-out and looks great in all lights. The clarity is perfect at (FI) free of inclusions. How many FI Burma rubies have we seen over the years? You can count them on one hand and this is the only one we are aware presently on the market. Good luck finding another with AGL grading. The only negative of the stone is it has a 40% brilliancy. If you mount the stone, a top jeweler can visually close the window. On the other hand, the collector owned this stone for 22 years "as is". The Total Quality Integration (TQIR) is Very Good or 3.5. If you always want a Free of Inclusions(FI) Burma ruby, this might be your last chance. A super rare gemstone for any gem portfolio or to mount in an upscale jewelry piece.


For more information on this gem, call Robert Genis of National Gemstone at 1-800-458-6453 or email rgenis@preciousgemstones.com. Feel free to call or e-mail for specific quotes.

Specifics

Carat Weight:

1.339

Type & Origin:

"Classic" Burma

Certification:

AGL - May 30, 1998

Shape & Cut:

Oval

Measurements:

6.67 x 5.64 x 3.53 mm

Color/Tone:

4.5/65

Color Rating/Tone:

4-5/65

Color Scan:

Red 60, Pink/Purple 30, Orange 10

Clarity:

FI

Proportions:

Good (5-6)

Depth:

62.6%

Average Brilliancy:

40%

Finish:

Very Good to Good (3-4)

TQIR:

Very Good (3.5)

Clarity Enhancement/Treatment:

None

Price:

US$15,000 per carat or $19,950 total including shipping/handling in the United States and the original AGL Colored Stone Grading Report.
 
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