If it was in any way not 'really' a Burmese ruby, why did they describe it as such on air?They had one on TV a couple of weeks ago and when they said it was Burmese Ruby I thought I'd misheard them! Didn't want to open another can of worms by mentioning it on here though!
I think their diamonds are non-conflict - do I remember that being said somewhere or am I imagining it?Gems usually state the origins of their stones but their diamonds are usually just "African". That covers a multitude of sins and Africa is not cruelty free.
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In this instance we were sent a Burmese ruby product from Thailand in error – it is not and has not been for sale, and has been returned to Thailand."