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6-02-2011 @ 11:31AM
Tanzanite is more affordable and very popular/very sold especially in the Caribbean is probably part of it. You can actually get stones that large (and much larger) at a reasonable rate if you're smart. They are being over-priced due to popularity a lot though.You could get a lab ruby, but lab rubies are not the greatest looking at times, they tend to skew pink (as do low-grade natural rubies). Red stones aren't as popular in general, as well.That being said, I hope a decent portion of that 10k was the pave and just the *custom* price tag, because that stone alone isn't worth that, nice as it is.
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