National Gemstone

3.01 "Classic" Mogok Unheated Burma Ruby

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INFORMATION
3.01 Classic Unheated Burma Ruby
CARAT WEIGHT:3.018
TYPE & ORIGIN:"Classic" Burma
CERTIFICATION:AGL - March 15, 1999
SHAPE & CUT:Oval
MEASUREMENTS:8.37 x 7.40 x 5.80 mm
COLOR/TONE:4.5/70
COLOR RATING/TONE:4-5/65-70
COLOR SCAN:Red 60, Pink/Purple 25, Orange 15
CLARITY:MI2
PROPORTIONS:Good (5)
DEPTH:78.4%
AVERAGE BRILLIANCY:70-80%
FINISH:Good (5)
TQIR:Very Good (3.5)
HEAT ENHANCEMENT:None
PRICE:US$20,000 per carat or $60,200 total including shipping/handling in the United States and the original AGL Colored Stone Grading Report.
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NGC COMMENTS
This is a large "Classic" Mogok Burma ruby. The stone is not heated. The 60% red is not stoplight red but still a beautiful red pink gemstone. The stone is a perfect 70 tone and never blacks-out and looks good in all lights-even at night. Some collectors prefer these lighter color/lighter tones stones. The clarity is MI2 so you can see some inclusions with your eyes, mostly naturals on the back of the gem. The stone has good cutting and finish and a high 70-80% brilliancy. The Total Quality Integration (TQIR) is Very Good. A seriously large gemstone for a gem portfolio or would look fantastic mounted. If three carats and 70% red, could sell over $50,000 per carat or more. Great "bang for buck" gem.

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.

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