Why is ruby the most precious stone of the world?
- ElaineLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
It is a matter of opinion that the ruby is the most precious gemstone. That being said its value depends on the colour, the clarity, the country of origin. Burmese rubies which are of a blood red colour with no inclusions would be the most precious stone in the ruby family. However it can be argued that an aquamarine with no inclusions and with more than a hint of blue is more precious.
- RonLv 72 months ago
It isn't. There are some more valuable such as some varieties of diamond and emerald. I believe jadeite and benitoite are also more valuable.
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- JohnLv 52 months ago
Natural Red Diamond is danged expensive. A 400 million dollar Emerald was dug up in South America and it has thousands of carats. If this is a homework question, the first Laser was a Ruby Laser.