A shaft of silver generally runs through the center of a moonspun ruby, giving it a distinctive appearance which many mistake for a pink topaz. The color range for this gem is anywhere from pale pink to deep rose, and the best are cut so the silver shaft resembles a crescent moon. This "flaw" of the mineral emits sharp silvery glints that "erupt" from the surrounding shade. The moonspun ruby is exceptionally rare, and never found in finished pieces of more than a half-carat. One of the gems worked by Immokokkon and Sons.
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