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Ruby and red go together and it can ignite a thousand cravings that will daylight your candle of passion without your having to say a word. That’s the wonderful of a ruby.
Being one of the rarest stones, it is precious and expensive but ruby has a beauty that can not be spoken through words. It symbolizes a power that comes with the red color, the color of blood, the color of a charming sunset and the color of love. The best ruby though is the fine ruby, which is born out of chromium. Beautiful rubies always have a high color saturation, which occurs due to the mixture of a red fluorescent emission and a bluish red body color.
This red glow is the reason why ruby is so famous. In fact the Thai and the Cambodian rubies are purer versions of red, but they lack the fluorescence that some rubies are famous for. Most of the stones possess a certain degree of destruction but a fine ruby with its crimson fluorescence can mask it. Some of the best Burmese rubies glow with a red that is quite unfound and bathe in a red fluorescence that paints its entire glory right across the face of the stone.
The intensity of the red color determines value of a ruby. You will find rubies in unlike shapes and styles depending on how they have been cut. Apart from the imperial jadeite and some exceptional diamonds, ruby is next most expensive gem in the world. The best quality ruby comes from the following countries:
1. Mogok, Burma
2. Sri Lanka
4. Nanyazeik, Burma
So when you are buying a ruby ring, necklace or any high quality jewelry containing ruby, be rest guaranteed that it will sparkle with a concentration that can be next only to your passion or love.
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Of all precious stones the diamond has the simplest composition; it is merely crystallized carbon. Carbon is present in every plant, mineral and animal on earth. Other countries like India, Brazil, Australia and the United States there has been found diamonds too.
An emerald is almost certainly the rarest of all precious stones and is measured by some to be even more valuable than the diamond. If you compare it with other precious stones the emerald is unique in its occurrence in nature. Different from diamonds, sapphires and rubies, the emerald never occur in gem gravels. The best emerald stones are found in Columbia, South America.
Rubies are the oldest or first identified of all precious stones, dated far back in the early history of Caldera and Babylonia. The finest specimen and the largest quantities are found in Upper Burma. The rubies found in Siam, Ceylon and Australia have not the deep rich color like the Burmese ruby: a shade of red slightly inclined to the purple and it is often called Pigeon Blood Ruby. The value of a ruby depends upon its color and transparency.
A sapphire, also named the protector of the innocent, the celestial guardian of truth. It is also told to bring health and youth and it is a symbol of the heavens. The sapphire is birthstone for the month of September and it is made of the same mineral as the ruby, the mineral corundum.
Real or natural or pearls are made by oysters and other mollusks like it. The cultured pearl is also grown by mollusks, but with human involvement: an irritant is put into the shells, and causes the pearl to grow. Imitation pearls are artificial made with plastic, glass or a organic material.
If you have doubts whether men can wear precious stones – don’t. Nowadays both men and women are wearing them; and I am sure they all feel the same way.
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