Very Large Natural Pinkish-Red Ruby (5.12 carat)

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Very Large Natural Pinkish-Red Ruby (5.12 carat)

Eseme ID: 180733805 Seisukord: uus Tarneaeg: 7 päeva
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Lõpphind: 2 500.00 EUR
Pikenev lõpp: 5 minutit
Algusaeg: R 02.09.2022 16:41:00
Lõpuaeg: R 30.09.2022 16:41:00
Vaadatud: 2
Viimati pakkus:
Tallinn, Harjumaa, Eesti
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Seisukord: uus
Asukoht: Tallinn, Harjumaa, Eesti
Kogus: 1
Tarneaeg: 7 päeva
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Maksmine: sularahas, deposiidikandega
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From my huge collection of natural gemstones, a large treated red ruby ​​(5.12 ct.).

This natural ruby ​​​​​​​​comes without a certificate & has an estimated retail value of at least €5,000!

With its measurements of 12.2 x 8.2 x 5.0 mm this cushion-shape gem can be the exquisite heart (center-stone) of a beautiful "million $" ring or pendant.

The clarity of the stone is VS (eye-clean) & the cut  is very good, together ensuring a radiant pinkish-red glitter explosion, at all times from any angle.

Natural sapphires & rubies at sizes of 1 carat and up are far more rare than equivalent sized diamonds. At intense, saturated blood-like or vivid pink colorsgood clarity prices for untreated stones can easily range up to €20,000 a carat for over 3 carat gemsTreatment of natural stones is still a general practice however for both rubies & sapphires (classical heating being one, existing almost as long as sapphires & rubies are found), meaning untreated gems are extremely rare & sell at a considerable premium. This stone untreated would command a price of at least €50,000, with 99.99% of people not being able to see any difference.

I'm not a professional photographer, so I've likely captured not even half the natural beauty of this stone, but this is simply the best I can do.

About me:

I've been collecting a wide variety of gemstones over a period of 20+ years (almost as long as I live & work in Estonia) and by now have a huge collection of almost any gemstone you might have heard of. So if there's anything else (sapphires, rubies, emeralds, tourmalines, aquamarines, garnets, peridots, tanzanite, amethysts or any other stone) you would want / need, just drop me a note / ask me a question, and I can set up the item of your interest. I apologize for not mastering either Estonian or Russian, as learning languages ​​has never been one of my strong points. However, Google Translate now normally offers a good enough tool to get to understand each other.

As I'm simply a collector, the price of any of my gemstones will generally be less than half of the actual market value. Most of my gemstones don't have certificates (as these increase the price), but I can guarantee they're real, natural gemstones, as per the description. You're welcome to acquire genuine certificates yourself & if found to be other than what was on sale, you'll be offered your money back in return for the item / stone. Ask yourself by the way, why when you buy anything in a jewelry store, you hardly ever receive a certificate of authenticity either.We simply seem to trust the jeweler, even though in most cases the staff serving you there (including sometimes the jeweler him / herself) would not be able to distinguish a natural gem from a fake one if their life depended on it (which I do, as I have all the required equipment)!                         

This ruby ​​​​sale will start at  €2,500 (50% off the estimated current value). Good luck with bidding on this great deal! 

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