Flame fusion ruby stands as the foremost product in flame fusion technology, with factories often operating continuously for months to fulfill extensive orders. This technology caters to a broad range of applications, from manufacturing watch jewel bearings — small, donut-shaped components essential for watch mechanisms — to meeting the high demand for large ruby gemstones, highlighting the vast scope of its uses.
However, when orders for ruby dwindle, flame fusion factories face significant financial challenges. The market sees flame fusion rubies from China being sold at significantly lower prices compared to those from Djeva. Although our experience with Chinese materials is limited, we have a favorable view of them, yet we consider Djeva's materials to be slightly superior. This preference is due to Djeva's rubies having fewer air bubbles and, unlike some Chinese products we've encountered, being free from iron contamination.