2.14 "Classic" Mogok Unheated Burma Ruby

Description
Two carat unheated Classic Burma rubies are difficult to find in today's market. The 70% red makes this gem vivid red. AGL graded 70% red are considered true "pigeon blood" gems in the market, unlike so many inferior grading labs that call all red stones "pigeon blood." The stone is a perfect 75 tone and never blacks-out and looks vivid red in all lights. Those factors make this stone special. The clarity is MI1-MI2 but the inclusions are hard to see because the stone is so saturated. The stone has typical Burmese cutting. The stone has a high 70% brilliancy. The Total Quality Integration (TQR) is Excellent to Very Good. A serious gemstone for a 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:

2.148

Type & Origin:

"Classic" Burma

Certification:

AGL - January 9, 1999

Shape & Cut:

Cushion

Measurements:

7.39 x 6.25 x 5.16 mm

Color/Tone:

2.5/75

Color Rating/Tone:

2.5/75

Color Scan:

Red 70, Pink/Purple 15, Orange 15

Clarity:

MI1-MI2

Proportions:

Good (5)

Depth:

82.4%

Average Brilliancy:

70%

Finish:

Good (5)

TQIR:

Excellent to Very Good (2.5)

Clarity Enhancement/Treatment:

None

Price:

US$35,000 per carat or $74,900 total including shipping/handling in the United States and the original AGL Colored Stone Grading Report.
 
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