We take great delight in presenting an extensive assortment of natural ruby stones, available in facet rough, lapidary rough, and loose stones. Whether you're interested in purchasing in bulk, specifically lapidary rough ruby crystals, or seeking individual loose ruby stones, our collection is sure to meet your needs. Rest assured, our loose ruby stones are entirely authentic, sourced directly from mines, and meticulously cut by our team of experts. Immerse yourself in the innate brilliance and unprocessed charm of these gemological treasures as we unveil the beauty that transcends mere facets.

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Rubies are one of the most popular traditional stones out there. they’re known for being durable, and their red vividness that you don't see anywhere else. 

Many rubies are some of the most expensive out there, with them totaling millions for a carat. But they also get more treatments than other gems of their type, which is important to remember. 

Rubies come in a variety of different styles. One that’s super popular is the Burma ruby, which is one that can be quite beautiful. This is one that’s commonly found in the native cut, based on the origin country.

Many high-value types of rubies are more controlled, and they don’t normally make their way to customized cutters. 

Sometimes, the native stones get recut too to become more customized, but there is a loss of both diameter and curate in this case.

There are also recut and custom-cut options, which offer better values for every single carat that a normal commercial-cut type of stone. 

The prices also vary based on the treatments, colors, and cut. 

The color of the ruby comes from corundum, which is what has a bit of chromium in it.  There are also different colors of corundum, and those different colors are called sapphires. 

Many authorities expect rubies to be more medium or dark red to classify as such. Anything that’s lighter is known as a pink sapphire. 

Depending on the amount of iron content and chromium, they also might be a bit pinkish, brownish red, orangey, or purple.  The mineral traces also do vary based on the locations, which is why the Thai and Burmese types of rubies do describe the stone colors, but the colors don’t always indicate the origin country.