Spinel occurs with ruby and sapphire. The cobalt blue spinel is found only occasionally in Burma and Sri Lanka (Ceylon). The rarest and most desirable spinel gemstones are vivid ruby-like red, followed by cobalt blue. These days blue and red spinel get the respect they deserve–– spinel is recognized for its excellent hardness (8 on the Mohs scale) and brilliance, offers not only superb visual experiences but is most likely also a good investment in the long run.
Smitten your lady with a high-luxury, rare, natural blue spinel ring. Designers such as Dior, Harry Winston and Chanel use spinel gemstones along with other colored gemstones or diamonds. Lastly, the 352.5 carat "Timur Ruby", which was believed to be the largest ruby until 1851, is actually a spinel. It is named after the Turko-Mongol ruler, Timur and is now part of the Crown Jewels of England.
Main gemstone: 2.9 ct, Burma, blue spinel, 10 x 8 mm, fancy cut, prong set.
Accent stones: White diamonds, channel set, brilliant cut, 0.09 ct.
Metal: 10k yellow gold solid, hallmarked.
Size: 7 US/Canada. UK, Australia: O; French 55 1/4; Japan 14.
De-Luxe jewelry box-presentation offered Free.
Note: To clean your spinel, simply use soapy water and a soft cloth. Be sure to rinse well to remove soapy residue. As with most gemstones, ultrasonic cleaners and steamers are not recommended.
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