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Untreated Burma Ruby and Diamond Ring

This dazzling ring features a rare 2.25 carat ruby of Burmese (Myanmar) origin. Crafted in the 1950’s, this ring is one of high quality, entirely set in platinum. Beginning with the lovely purple-red hued ruby, this gem rests within a sparkle of diamonds. A starburst of 21 near colorless Marquise cut diamonds totaling 1.90 carats radiate out from the center. Further, this ring comes with GIA certification, which attests to its origin and the unheated quality of the stone.

Rubies command the highest price of any colored gemstone, and Burma rubies are among the rarest and most highly sought after. Famous for producing some of the world’s most valuable gems, stones from the legendary mines of Myanmar are known for their saturated color and brilliance, but are limited in quantity. This makes Burma rubies among the rarest and most desirable of the corundum gemstone family.

GIA report available upon request.

The band is currently a size 8 3/4, and sizeable

Circa 1950

SKU: MICO I104493 $24,000 $20,400 Inquire
If you would like to purchase this item or learn more about it, please click on the Inquire link above or phone the Renaissance Showroom at 805-688-1976, open seven days a week from 10 to 6.
  • Platinum
  • 2.25ct Burma (Myanmar) Ruby
  • GIA Report Upon Request
  • 21 Marquise Cut Diamonds 1.90 carat total weight; G Color and VS1 Clarity
  • Circa 1950