Where is the Blue Giant of the Orient?

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Where is the Blue Giant of the Orient?

Gemstones:

Gemstones are variations of minerals found within the Earth that are prized for their colors or the way they refract light. Often, very different gemstones can come from the same mineral. For example, corundum is a mineral made from aluminum oxide. It is the mineral base for both rubies and sapphires.

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No one knows the current location of The Blue Giant of the Orient after it sold to a private buyer in 2004. The Blue Giant of the Orient is the...

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