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.
- AcetekLv 48 months agoFavorite 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
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Pink Diamond—$1.19 million per carat
Jadeite—$3 million per carat
Blue Diamond—$3.93 million per carat
- MikeLv 78 months ago
So if you know the answer, why ask the question.
- PhilLv 68 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
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