Since ancient times, except for diamonds, only rubies have earned the reputation of â€œthe king of gems.â€ In fact, the grazing ruby â€‹â€‹is rarer than the large diamonds, so its price is not lower than the diamond of the same grade. In today's gem market The average price of a 1 carat ruby â€‹â€‹is about 2,000 US dollars; if it is a big school, the price of a carat is more than a few times higher. For example, at the end of the last century, a 5 carat premium ruby â€‹â€‹sold a price of 630,000 yuan in Paris. , an average of 126,000 per carat.
Because rubies are so expensive, since ancient times, people have used their spinel, garnet and beast selenium to charge their stomachs with much lower gems, because it is difficult for ordinary people to distinguish rubies from red ones. For example, in 1777, the Swedish king Gustav Adolf III gave a so-called ruby â€‹â€‹to the Russian empress Ekaterina II, which was actually ordinary selenium.
People of different ages, different countries, and different nationalities generally like rubies, mainly because red is a kind of Jiqing's twilight. It is a symbol of positive factors such as life, nourishment, enterprising and courage. It has an exhilarating and soothing work. Chuan. Some people in the country believe that it can make the cowardly brave, the deciduous, the arrogant, the mediocre, and the mediocre. The motivating and noble people will make a contribution. At the same time, the wicked will be more cruel and even become the devil.
The ancient Indians regarded it as a fetish, not only used it to treat strokes, bleeding, various inflammations, and ridge and joint diseases. It also believed that it had demon slayers and devils. The body and even the power to prevent wind and lightning, and the wind and rain.
In some places, rubies are also described as lanterns of giant snakes and poisonous dragons. They usually put it in the mouth, only spit it out when eating or drinking. The warriors took this opportunity to seize.
The best rubies in the world are produced in Meguro and Mengxiu mines in Myanmar. Therefore, no one in Burma has ever loved it since ancient times. Many people even regard it as a god that can demonize and demonize and defend against enemies. Object. It is said that the Burmese national hero Aung San has a ruby â€‹â€‹amulet that must not leave. He was killed by terrorists in 1947. It was because he just forgot to wear it on the day of the accident.
SUZHOU WINTEX TEXTILE CO.,LTD. , https://www.szwintextextile.com