By LEWIS GUTIERREZ and DAVID LINDENSTEIN | SEPTEMBER 04, 2017 07:20:00A new gem-quality rubies, a rare ruby and a new gold bullion are on display in an exhibition in New York.
This year’s edition of the annual World Rubies and Rubies Collectors Show featured the rarer gems like the red gem emerald and yellow ruby and the more precious yellow gold.
“Rubies are rarer than diamonds,” said Tom Beech, a curator at the exhibition and the co-founder of The World Rubys and Rubys Collectors Association.
“They’re very difficult to find.
Gold is the gold of the world, but they’re not rare.”
There are also more rare gems than ever, such as a new diamond named Pallas in the heart of Istanbul.
The exhibit’s sponsors include the International Gem Exchange, an international marketplace where collectors from more than 100 countries can buy, sell and exchange rare and precious stones.
It is run by the International Gold Council, which is also part of the World Rubs and Rubises Association.
The show is part of an annual event to raise money for the organization.
The collection was chosen to highlight a growing market of collectors who are eager to discover gems and rubics that are harder to find, experts say.
“The world is in a global rush to collect diamonds, and that’s driving up the price of rubies,” said Michael A. Nolte, a specialist in gemology at the University of Pennsylvania.
The Rubys & Rubises collection was among the first to be displayed at the International Jewellery Exhibition in New Orleans last year.
The New York-based exhibition was also a hit at the Christie’s International Diamond Fair in New Jersey in February.
The World Rubises and Rubis Collectors’ Association is in the process of creating a website that will offer collectors more information on gems and their characteristics.
It’s expected to launch in the fall.
The new exhibition was designed by Rubis, a Swiss jewelry brand, and its president, Klaus Wahl, was in New Hampshire last week when the show was held.
It was the first time a Rubis gem-design was displayed at a major American jeweler show.
The exhibition features about 100 pieces of jewelry and gems from the world’s most valuable rubies like a red-and-yellow ruby called a dolomite and a yellow gold-and/or silver-rich ruby called the emerald.
The dolomanite is rarer and less common, but the emeral is a more expensive gem.
The gold bullions are more common, as well as the rare and rarer rubies.
Among the rubies were three new gold-rich diamonds called the Pallas and a gold- and-purple-colored emerald called a ruthenium, the name for the gem-stone with which they were paired.
All three are rare rubies with a combined value of about $1.3 billion.
The gems have been in the collection of Rubis for more than 50 years, said Atsushi Kobayashi, who heads the Rubis and Rubisseries Collection.
They’re not for sale, but some collectors are interested in them, and the company has been selling them for a while.
Kobayashi and other collectors, including Michael Linton, a collector and professor at New York’s Stony Brook University, are part of a nonprofit group called the Rubies & Rubis Collection Association.
If you can’t find a piece, it’s going to be the same as a piece of jewelry that you can buy for five times the price.””
So that’s why we’re excited about this.
If you can’t find a piece, it’s going to be the same as a piece of jewelry that you can buy for five times the price.”
A large group of Rubies are on view at the New York show.
Many of the rubis have been found in Europe and Asia, but a lot are still hidden in the United States, where the United Kingdom, China, Australia and South Africa have more than 20,000 specimens.
“A lot of these are in really good condition,” said A. Philip Zuercher, who oversees the collection at Christie’s New York and who heads a Rubises & Rubisses Foundation for collectors.
“There are a lot of pieces in excellent condition, but most of them are hidden in New England.”
The show is not the first gem-collection event to be held in the U.S. The event has drawn a mixed response from the public.
Many have complained that the event lacks diversity and exhibits the same gems over and over again.
The U.K.-based Diamond & Jewels Group, which has also held gem-themed events, said it is happy to host the show.
“We are delighted to have the Rubys for the New Year,” the company said in a statement. “It