DescriptionOne of the reddest "Classic" Mogok presently available in the marketplace. An older pigeon blood red Mogok gemstone back for liquidation. In the old days, Burma ruby used to be primarily orange red. For the last 40 years, 99% of the production has been pink red or purple red. However, the 1.63 is one of the few gems over the last 25 years ago came direct from Mogok that is 70% red and 15% orange. The stone is a perfect 75 tone and never blacks-out and looks vivid red in all lights. The clarity is LI2 so the saturated stone is super clean. The stone has typical Burmese cutting. The stone has a high 70% brilliancy. Although the stone is deep, the Total Quality Integration Rating (TQIR) is Excellent-a very difficult grade to obtain from Cap Beesley. The 1996 AGL report is signed by C.R. "Cap" Beesley, often considered to be a collector's item. These factors make this stone unbelievably rare. A serious gemstone for any portfolio or to mount in an upscale jewelry piece.
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