Rare ruby

Carmen Lucia Ruby, the Smithsonian Museum (National Museum of Natural History) collection, is the largest premium faceted ruby ​​currently on display.

It weighs 23.1 carats and is an unparalleled gem. Carmen Lucia came from Burma in the 1930s and later turned to Europe. In the 1980s, it was acquired by a gem collector in the United States.

Ruby symbolizes love, and this world's unparalleled ruby ​​is full of a sultry love.

In 2004, American rich man Pitt Barker donated him to the Smithsonian Museum in the name of his wife, Carmen Lucia Barker. Born in Brazil, Carmen Lucia married Pete Barker while studying in the United States and married Pete Barker in 1978. Carmen Lucia loves her husband like every happy woman and loves rubies. When she first heard about this ruby ​​in 2002, she was very yearning and hoped to have a chance to find a side. But the disease quickly took her life - she died of cancer in 2003, at the age of 52. Although Carmen Lucia didn't own the ruby ​​during her lifetime, her husband, Peter Barker, completed her last wish, and he donated a large sum of money to the Smithsonian Museum to acquire and display the ruby. Take the wife's name as a forever nostalgia.

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