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SSD-66 : 3.69ct Pigeons Blood Unheated Mozambique Ruby

$ 20,851

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Loose Mozambique Ruby Gemstone AIGS Certified Mozambique Ruby
Mozambique Ruby price per carat $ 5,651

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Gem Specifications

Gem Type Natural Mozambique Ruby
Piece(s) 1
Weight (ct) 3.69
Shape Oval
Treatment Unheated
Clarity VVS
Size (mm) 12.50 x 8.07 x 4.12
Origin Mozambique
Lab AIGS / Pigeon's Blood
Cert no. GF19091854
sku SSD-66
Type Natural Mozambique Ruby
Piece(s) 1
Weight (ct) 3.69
Shape Oval
Treatment Unheated
Clarity VVS
Size (mm) 12.50 x 8.07 x 4.12
Origin Mozambique
Lab AIGS / Pigeon's Blood
Cert no. GF19091854





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Gemstone clarity scale


Very Very Slight (VVS) Clarity: Almost loupe clean. There are slight inclusions that can only be seen with strong magnification.

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Cut to perfection to maintain high quality products in our inventory.

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Mineral : Crystalline
Mohs Hardness : 9.0
Refractive Index : 1.76 – 1.77
Specific Gravity : 3.97 - 4.08
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Mozambique Ruby Value

Unheated Mozambique Ruby are of the most expensive gemstones available currently and Ruby price per carat increases every year. This is due to a limited availability and high demand. The colour of the unheated stone is very sought after in China, because red gemstone is believed to bring luck and good fortune.

A higher iron is found in Mozambique Rubies, which gives them as lightly different colour from the Pigeon Blood rubies from Burma, but none the less, they are stunning and eye-catching. What really makes these gemstones special and distinctive from other in the same family, is that some large stones that don’t require heating are being found in their mines. Producing gems up to 6 carats,which is considerably larger that its Burmese rivals. And the latter also require heat treatment.

These attributes, along others, make the Mozambique ruby highly desirable and increased its value.

It is the rarity of this stone that makes them special, as most rough stones will have fissures and need to be heated in order to be salable. However, they are making a high impact on the gemstone scene and Star Lanka is one of the main suppliers of these rare and beautiful stones.


Mined in the Mozambique region of Africa, this is the most valuable of all African rubies. This is because of its high transparency and brilliant red hue. Coloured gemstones, as opposed to say Diamonds, suffer from supply fluctuations and pricing are difficult to calcite. However, since 2009, a mine in the Mozambique region has been a great location for the growth of Rubies.Discovered by a local man cutting wood. This began a study into the rubies of the area and their commercial expansion. The birthstone of July, it is also said to bring professional and academic success to people in possession of a Mozambique Ruby.

Rarity of Mozambique Rubies

Mozambique rubies are rare to begin with, but high demand is making them rarer still. What has happened is a steady decline in quantity over the years. This is due mostly to their high demands. But also because of the uncontrolled and illegal mining that happened straight after the mines were discovered in the African region. This sparsity is also a reason for their value to constantly rise. Their immense beauty combined with the rarity of the gemstone signifies that prices will continue to rise while there is still such a high demand. However, any gem enthusiast or collector will tell you, they are very much worth their price.And owning one is very special indeed.

A curiosity to finish it off

The Montepuez deposit, discovered in 2009 and mentioned above, is claimed to be the biggest deposit of rubies to be found in history. It is being promoted by Gemfields to ensure the gemstone is ethically and responsibly mined. This is great for the industry and for the African region to develop. We here and StarLanka, who are partnered with Gemfields, wish this long continues and have received the prestigious “Gemfields Authorized Auction Partner