Over the last 5-7 years red spinel has taken a leading position in the list of most investment-attractive colored gems. World jewelry houses and collectors hunt for the piece offers gems of bright red, scarlet weighing over 3 carats. But not only the gem size is the main factor in the price. Also important:
Color is key when pricing a red spinel. Important intense pure red color without any admixture of orange, purple or maroon tones. In our collection fall spinel these precious shades of red.
Origin - the best specimens come onto the market fromBurma (Myanmar),TanzaniaandVietnam. The top red gems from these regions have the most investment potential, their cost is an annual increase of 15-30%. To buy such high-quality al spinel today at a reasonable price is difficult.
The cost of top-end samples from these regions is thousands dollarav US per carat.
Large gems weighing over 10 carats are considered unique and beat all records — $10,000 per carat. And the cost continues to grow.
Want to buy red spinel?
In our catalog you will always find excellent samples of red spinel will be able to compare prices and to understand the approximate budget for future purchases.
To see this chic scarlet gem and articles with him, we invite you to visit our boutique in Central Moscow.
In addition to the gems available, our team is happy to offer a custom order. Based on your requirements and budget, we will progeram you the best sample of red spinel.
Also you can order the production of jewelry with this gem. Today we have one of the best jewelry shops of full cycle in Moscow.
The story of red spinel
For a long period in the history of different gems red color was called "Lal" and believed them to be rubies until the 20th century. The famous traveler Marco Polo after the field visit kukh-I-Lal in the Pamir began to call red and pink spinel "ruby-bale" is the name for a long time was fixed for these beautiful gems. Spinel scarlet color similar to the color of the top rubies symbolize power. This is confirmed by the large red spinel in the crown of the monarchs of the Russian Empire, Britain, France and Germany.