Prince of Burma

The Prince of Burma is an uncut ruby, crystallized on a marble deposit, weighing 190 g (approximately 950 carat), and, for the most part, of gem quality. One of the biggest and rarest rubies in the world, it was found in the Dattaw-Mine in Mogok, Myanmar, in 1996.

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