Demand for Burmese Rubies Grows

Demand for Burmese Rubies Grows

““Burmese rubies are gaining popularity everywhere,” Kalan says. “Everybody is falling in love with them.”

The veteran jewelry designer, with over 30 years of experience in the industry, hasn’t had a complete ruby collection until now. Part of the reason, she says, is that rubies in the rough have been hard to come by.”

[Demand for Burmese Rubies Grows – Barron’s]

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Christies may auction off it’s rubies to the highest bidder, but the Living God loves His godly women through His Son the Christ.

Blessed is the man whom God provides such a wife to a godly man.

A wife of noble character who can find?
She is worth far more than rubies.
(Proverbs 31:10)

“Rubies are among the most precious gemstones in the world.
They are formed naturally in the earth under specific conditions.
They have a deep and vibrant red color with alluring sparkle.”

[Ruby Formation & Origin | Ruby Education]

God’s godly rubies are most certainly formed naturally in the earth under specific conditions.

Consider Bathsheba who committed adultry, was complesent in the murder of her husband yet later was refined by God so that Jesus, the Savior of the all mankind’s lineage is traced to her adulterious – murderous affair.1

Any women, no matter the sins, can become under specific conditions applied by the Living God to her life become a ruby – a precious ruby.

The power to become a ruby is only found in the pressure and heat of repentance.

The heat and pressure of repentance while being buried with Christ in water and spiritual baptism while recieving the power of forgiveness through the Holy Spirit. 2

Ah, the glory of a woman of worth!

Then David consoled his wife Bathsheba,
and went to her, and lay with her;
and she bore a son, and he named him Solomon
The Lord loved him,
(2 Samuel 12:24)

Natural rubies have faults, but they are beautiful rubies.

“The majority of rubies have imperfections that are formed naturally when the ruby is developing in the earth. These characteristics are commonly referred to as rutile needles, or silk. These rutile needles are a distinguishing factor between natural and lab-created rubies. Check out more information about ruby inclusions and clarity.” [Ruby Formation & Origin | Ruby Education]


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“Rubies are mined in Afghanistan, India, Mozambique, and Tajikistan. While rubies of all qualities can be found in all mines, there are certain mines that produce more visually appealing rubies.

Origin greatly affects the worth of a ruby. Hailing from the southeast Asian country of Myanmar, the Burmese Ruby, also known as the Pigeon’s Blood Ruby, proves to be visually stunning through its blood red coloring, and therefore, the most valuable type of ruby. For 800 years of history, the Mogok Stone tract has been characterized as the most famous source for Burmese Rubies.

The rubies found in this particular source can account their beauty to not only their vibrant red color, but also to a reaction to ultraviolet light, giving the gem an intense red glow when viewed in natural lighting. Rubies from this region are also known to have a lower iron content. When present in higher quantities, the iron can subdue the electric looking red fluorescence of the ruby. This ability to glow from within almost makes the Burmese rubies look like they have a flame glowing within them. Burmese rubies have a true red to pinkish, red color in natural lighting. This valuable combination sets Burmese rubies apart from all others. As they do not have other undertones, their value is higher than rubies from other sources.

More recently, rubies from the Möng Hsu region of Myanmar have become more abundant in the gem market. The coloring is similar with its fluorescent-like effect, but stones found from this region can be easily identified by the darkness of their core. Although also found in Myanmar, debates have been raised about whether the rubies found in Möng Hsu should be classified separately from the Burmese Ruby. However, no conclusion has been made.”

[Ruby Formation & Origin | Ruby Education]