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A vibrant heart cut ruby is front and center on this fun ring. The matching pair of blue sapphire accents are nestled each side of the crown. Carefully crafted swooping yellow gold and chevron diamond band work together to make this special design… read more »More details ›
Two vibrant ruby stones bring to life the snake as it carefully wraps around the detailed hand engraved platinum staff. Bezel set at the top of the staff is a beautiful old mine cut diamond. The rod of asclepius is a symbol long associated with healing and medicine… read more »More details ›
Vibrant, red, heart-shaped gemstones are the focal point of this unique band. The client opted for lab created rubies which are incredibly bright and saturated. Sparkling accent diamonds space out the hearts and finish the look. The end product is a stackable, wearable, and totally personalized custom ring… read more »More details ›
This is a classic three stone style design with a European style square-bottom shank, a deep red pear cut ruby center stone and round brilliant diamond accents… read more »More details ›
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Gem in the Spotlight: Ruby
Is it Ruby’s color that we love? Or is it Ruby’s beauty? Is it Ruby’s rarity, thereby is high cost? What ever it is, Ruby’s impact on humans is broad and deep. Ruby is the red variety of corundum. Any other color of corundum is called a Sapphire. The red color in ruby is caused by trace amounts of the element chromium. Ruby is 9 on the Mohs hardness scale. Ruby is the accepted birthstone for July. It is also the anniversary gemstone for the 15th and 40th year. Rubies are sturdy stones, but are still vulnerable to breakage and chipping... read more »