Painite & Pink Ruby

Painite is the most Rare GemStone a Borate Mineral. It was first found in Myanmar by British mineralogist and Gem Dealer Arthur C.D. Pain who misidentified it as Ruby, until it was discovered as a new Gemstone in the 1950s. When it was confirmed as a new Mineral species, the Mineral was named after him.The right Color & Clearity, about US$50,000 to $60,000. In Light Refraction this Ruby is 1. 664 throuh 1.763 in the Surf of the Bend of Lighy (Because its So Clear), Dencity of #8.

(The first painite specimen, a single Crystal, was identified as a new gem species in 1957. Until 2001, only two more Crystals were found. Since then, more painites have been discovered. Over a thousand Crystals and fragments have now been recovered, but most of this Material isn’t facetable. The chemical makeup of Painite contains Calcium, Zirconium, Boron, Aluminium and oxygen (CaZrAl 9 O 15 (BO 3)). The mineral also contains trace amounts of Chromium and Vanadium)

Burma Ruby is the 2nd Rarest and 2nd most Valuable member of the Corundum family (Bell Ruby #1). Colors range from Pink & Red Ruby / Purple ... to a vivid Pigeon Blood Red that is regarded as the finest color for Ruby. Prized for their Beauty, durability, and Rarity, it is the quality of the color which most determines the value of Rubies. The right Cut & CLearity around ... $15,000 to $25,000. In Light Refraction this Ruby is 1.658 Throught 1.759 in the Surf (Because its So Clear), Hardness of #9.

(Ruby is a pinkish red to blood-red colored gemstone, a variety of the Mineral Corundum (Aluminium Oxide). Ruby is one of the most popular traditional Jewelry Gems and is very durable. Other varieties of gem-quality Corundum are called Sapphires. Ruby is one of the traditional cardinal Gems, alongside Amethyst, Sapphire, Emerald, and Diamond.)

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