Natural Unheated/ Untreated Burmese Ruby Rare and Precious!

March 9, 2017

 

 

 

Natural Unheated/ Untreated Burmese Ruby is truly of museum quality and considered by many to be priceless.

 

 

To naturally occur this red and this clear is very rare and quite a remarkable creation by mother nature. Inside these stones one can visibly see very tiny apatite crystals still intact.

 

0.5 ct. Natural Unheated/ Untreated Purplish-Red Burmese Ruby with 2 Lab Certificates, Truly Perfect for Engagements, Weddings

 

 

 

0.5 ct. Natural Unheated/ Untreated Purplish-Red Burmese Ruby with 2 Lab Certificates, Truly Perfect for Engagements, Weddings

 

 

 

99% of Rubies today are heated/treated in order to make them clear enough and red enough to sell in the gemstone market. Less than 1% of rubies are unheated/untreated making them very rare and valuable.
 


This rare stone is virtually eye clean with only a few translucent visible crystal inclusions inside the stone giving evidence to the fact that this ruby is unheated/untreated and quite rare in today's market.

 

 

0.5 ct. Natural Unheated/ Untreated Purplish-Red Burmese Ruby with 2 Lab Certificates, Truly Perfect for Engagements, Weddings

 

 

 

The ruby is considered to be the most powerful gem in the universe, and is associated with many astral signs. To own a ruby is said to have contentment and peace.

 



Placed under a pillow the ruby may ward off bad dreams. Given as a gift, the ruby is a symbol of friendship and love. The ruby is also the symbol of vitality and royalty.

 

 

 

The Ruby is filled with love. It also helps sexual love to be more passionate. Persons lacking in self-love should have and mediate on the Ruby. It also gives the courage to be the best that a person can be.

 



Ruby works with the flow of blood as an aid in circulation. It aids the cleansing and removal of infection or germs in the blood.

 

 

 

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