Serendibite is an extremely rare boron-bearing mineral that is only rarely found as facet grade material. There appear to be only two sources for gem quality serendibite, the Ratanapura area in Sri Lanka, and the Mogok stone tract in Northern Myanmar.
A single gem quality colourless crystal of Topaz from Mogok Township, Myanmar. The crystal of Topaz display excellent form measuring to 3.2cm
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Myanmar is most well known for her rubies, red variant of corundum family of gemstones (same as sapphires). Traditionally Myanmar rubies have been mined from Mogok area close to Mandalay, but new mines have been opened in Moog Hsu in Shan State and a newly discovered ruby field at Nam Yar in Kachin State.