|A Bracelet centering upon three rows of oval-cut rubies framed with two antique style elements set with baguette and circular-cut Diamonds, to the double row of oval-cut Rubies, mounted in silver and 18K yellow Gold, circa 1980, length 18 cm, with safety chain.
With report no.91612 dated 18/04/2017 from the most important Swiss certifier for rubies, SSEF, stating that all rubies are from Burma (Myanmar), with no indications of heating.
Natural Burmese Rubies is the rarest and most valuable member of the corundum family. Colors range from pink red ruby 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. Demand for gem quality Burma Ruby has always been strong with mining records from Burma dating back almost 500 years. It was the one of the most popular possessions of the Maharajas and Royal Dynasties of the Mughal era.
Natural Burmese Ruby (79 pcs) approx. : 22.28 carats
Diamonds round (44 pcs) approx. : 1.68 carats
Diamonds taper baguette (14 pcs) approx. : 0.78 carat
Net weight : 31.09 grams