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Ruby...

Celebrated in the Bible and in ancient Sanskrit writings as the most precious of all
Gemstones, the Ruby has been the prized possession of emperors and kings throughout the ages. Its inner fire has been the inspiration for innumerable legends and myths, and to this day, no red gemstone can compare to the fiery, rich hues which this stone possesses. Many people associate its brilliant crimson colors with passion and love, making Ruby an ideal choice for an engagement ring. Ruby is the red variety of the corundum mineral species, while all other colors of corundum are called Sapphire. Ruby is mined throughout Southeast Asia. While Thailand and Myanmar (Burma) produce exquisite examples of this gemstone that the ancient Sinhalese people called "Ratnaraj," the King of Gems. This most sought after gemstone is available in a range of red hues, from purplish and bluish red to orangish red. This member of the Corundum mineral family is the Birthstone for the month of July.

Hardness: 9
Specific Gravity: 4.00
Refractive Index: 1.762-1.770