Burma ManikMyanmar Manik
The Manik Stones are relatively tough gems that rank 9th on the Mohs chart and only fall behind the diamonds with a perfectly 10. Therefore, that is why with Manik Stones it is easy for them to buy to be carried every single days without having to worry about damage to the stones. Items to know before deciding to buy Manik Stone[or another stone]1.
Under the sunlight, Manik Stone turns lighter and the purple ones look "redder". When the colour is too pallid, they are no longer known as manik stone, but rather as rose Sapphire; when they are more purple than reddish, they are known as purple Saphire. As a rule, the lightest and therefore most precious manik stones come from Burma and should be considered when deciding to buy manik stones.
Manik's clearness ranges from translucent to opac. This inexpensive manic stone can be so obscure that when you store the jar of a flare, it hardly lets any radiation through and certain types of manic stone, which come mainly from Madagascar, can be as clear as a slice of polished jar.
However, the inherent manic is usually available are obscure or best tranlucent. Manicure that is self-evident costs a fortune. Well, it is. However, glass-filled maniks that are very clear or partly clear are sold on the modern day markets. These maniks are referred to as Myanmar manik ,Afghan manik, Madagascar manik, Burma manik.
However, if you see a pink manicure that is either clear or partly clear, you should be especially careful, as it is most likely a hot and glass-filled manicure. The Ratti Ratti is the units of mass with which a gem is judged. Since large gems are found less often than small ones, the cost of a gem increases to its size exponentially[It follows the laws of supplies and demand].
Usually Manik Stone is available from 2 Ratti to 100 Ratti. Manik Stone is available from 2 Ratti to 100 Ratti for astrologic use, but the Ratti used in jewelry begin at 0.01 Ratti and go up to 20-30 Ratti. Polished stones are either facetted or non-faceted, e.g. cabochons.
Manik Stoneware (Manik) is available in all kinds of styles. Pricing The cost of a manic block depends on its color and shade. What determines the cost of a Manik Stones:1. Color: The color should not be slimy, but bright pink, purple or orange-red.2 Transparency: Since the Manik Stones move from totally obscure to translucent, the cost continues to rise.
Shine: A manik stone with a glossy, flamy fluid inside is the most prized one. Manicure, which has a good color, clarity, but no glossy fluid inside, will not be very useful. Prices range from Rs.450 per Ratti to Rs.1100 per Ratti for commercially available cultivars. The cost of the Manik Stone range from Rs.30,000 per Ratti to Rs.10,00,000 per Ratti.
Allow me to tell you an interesting story about a customer: A woman came into our store to buy a Manik Ston... We showed her all our stock at the end, she said that she had given us an outstanding manik for Rs.1000 per Ratti and it is much better than the one we show, we asked her to show us the play and behold, she took out a package that included a clear glass brick that would have been a manik that would have cost no less than Rs.7.00.000.
Rs.10,00,000 per Ratti, but unfortunately it was an exquisite item of manicured heat to the value of only a few hundred Rupies she had bought for it. This type of manic are very similar to counterfeit manic, but in 95% of the retail store both jewelers and estrologists sell these manic stones at different rates, dependent on the client in front of them.
She also carried a map that said it was a matter of nature, without giving any further detail of her handling and fill. You should be careful when purchasing manik, as nowadays manik stones are often bought as manik and in addition are selling with a certificate, generally these are homemade.
What is the protection against the purchase of a counterfeit Manik Stone? First let's try to see what a true Manik Stone looks and feels like. If you find a manic stone that shines like a piece of crystal and has no silky enclosures, then you will most likely be taken along, because such gems will only be available from a few very large gemstone dealers or jewellers who are visited by very wealthy souls.
However, what we find on the marked are glass-filled maniks, which are actually glassfilled maniks. Madagascar manik, Kabul manik, are actually glass-filled maniks. The stone is made of an artificial stone such as crystal or a non-maniac stone. It' important to differentiate between counterfeit and artificial jewels.
Whereas counterfeit maniks have different manik material chemistry and physics than genuine maniks, artificial maniks have the same chemistry as genuine maniks and are technologically true maniks. Gemstones most often used as counterfeit manicure are other natural abundant reddish mineral and coloured glasses.
These are the most commonly used ruby imitation items, of which you should be careful when deciding to buy Manik Ston. This rose-red variety is often used as a false manic gem, but Turmaline is much smoother than manic, which is 9 on the manic dial.
While there are many different colours of shells, its purple variant is the one that is being marketed as counterfeit Manik Stone. As Tourmalines, Grenade is soft than Manik Stone (Granate firmness on the Mohs range is 6.5-7.5). Many of the forged manic stones available on the open air are made of erotic reds.
They are made of genuine ruby melted into jar. It is the aim of the combination of these two substances to enlarge the dimensions of the block and at the same time to reduce the selling cost in comparison to the genuine ruby.