Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsEarth Sciences & Geology · 8 months ago

Why is ruby the most precious stone of the world?

Rubies belong to the 'corundum' family of minerals and is believed to bring in health and wisdom to its owner. Due to its vivid color tone and high demand, rubies garner highest per-carat price for any colored stone in the world.

4 Answers

  • Acetek
    Lv 4
    8 months ago
    Favorite Answer

    you are wrong

    10 Most Valuable Gemstones in the World

    Tanzanite—$1,200 per carat

    Black Opal—$9,500 per carat

    Red Beryl—$10,000 per carat

    Musgravite—$35,000 per carat

    Alexandrite—$70,000 per carat

    Emerald—$305,000 per carat

    Ruby—$1.18 million per carat


    Pink Diamond—$1.19 million per carat

    Jadeite—$3 million per carat

    Blue Diamond—$3.93 million per carat

  • Mike
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    So if you know the answer, why ask the question.

  • Phil
    Lv 6
    8 months ago

    No it isn't ,

    Here is the top 10 most precious stones in the world.

    Blue Diamond – $3.93 million per carat

    Musgravite – $35,000 per carat

    Jadeite – $20,000 per carat

    Alexandrite – $12,000 per carat

    Red Beryl – $10,000 per carat

    Padparadscha Sapphire – $8,000 per carat

    Benitoite – $3,800 per carat

    Black Opal – $3,500 per carat

    Demantoid Garnet – $3,300 per carat

    Taaffeite – $2,500 per carat

  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

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