The word Ruby comes from the Latin word ruber which means red. The astrological belief is that wearer of the ruby brings love, wealth and success in all aspect of life. Burma is the biggest producer of Ruby in the world. In Burma, true ruby is considered matching the colour of 'Pigeon's Blood'. Regardless of the old time stories, the Ruby is worth based on its red colour clarity and carat weight. Ruby birthstone is one of the expensive gemstones after Diamond and owning this has the benefit of passing down this jewellery to the future generations too.
How to value Ruby?
Ruby is the second most expensive gem after Diamond. The true value of Ruby is based on 4 c's. Colour, clarity, cut, and carat.