10.00 Carat. Natural Beautiful Red Ruby Oval Cut Loose Gemstone Idea AR-892
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  • Ruby is a pink to the blood-red colored gemstone a variety of mineral corundum. Many craftsmen use this type of red ruby to enhance the natural beauty of their ornaments and this gives a unique look to their crafts goods as well. Many people keep these type of gemstones to improve their home decor.
  • The quality of a ruby is determined by its color, cut, and clarity, which, along with carat weight, affect its value. The brightest and most valuable shade of red called blood-red or pigeon blood, commands a large premium over other rubies of similar quality.
  • These stones will calm upset emotions and create positive vibrations, to help you bypass blocks that are holding you back from your potential good.
  • Our Expert gemologists verified this Red Ruby which passed many quality base tests and get stone certified through which we are completely assured of Top Quality Gemstone. Only after that, we deliver stones to you because we also, care about your loved ones.
  • Perfect For: Jewelers, Jewelry makers, Goldsmiths, Designers, Craftsmen, Collectors or a gift for the special one. Each and every stone is unique and you will receive ones similar to the image shown.

Rubies are far more valuable than synthetic ones and are also far more unique. It may be much harder to come across one with a high clarity level and for an affordable price, but what you are getting is something remarkable and irreplaceable. A cultured ruby may look the same to you, and provide you with a perfect-looking gem, but that is not what precious gemstones are all about. Natural rubies are the real deal, and like diamonds, they are forever. .Rubies have always been favored by those in roles of power as well as by those in love and are therefore considered a gemstone that involves a lot of emotion. Some cultures even have a fable regarding the source of the stone. It was told that rubies grew on trees, starting out as white buds and then blossoming into ripe red rubies ready to be picked. Rubies are mentioned in the Bible and have been used and appreciated in some of the most ancient cultures. Additional sources for rubies have been Thailand, Australia, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Brazil, Namibia, India, Japan, and Colombia.