The Black Prince’s Ruby. The Timur Ruby. For centuries, spinel, the great imposter, masqueraded as ruby in Europe’s crown j It has long been mistaken for ruby by emperors and monarchs. Many of the famous “rubies” of history were actually spinels. The majority of spinel gems are mined from deposits in Myanmar and Sri Lanka, and lesser amounts from Tanzania and Tajikistan. Although red spinel is the best known of this gemstone family, spinel’s coloring can range orange to lavender to mauve. Common in sizes up to 2 carats, larger spinel gemstones are rare. Read more about Spinels here.
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