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    About Ruby Rings

    About Ruby Rings

    Ruby rings are the hot favorite among lovers & romantics. The birthstone for July is ruby, which is frequently regarded as one of the world's most precious jewels. Though ruby is known for its splendid red color, its color may vary from the ‘pigeon blood red’ to orangish red to a very dark purplish red. A ruby ring symbolizes passion and deep love. Ruby rings have always been a favorite of royals and aristocrats of the world.

    History of Ruby

    Throughout human history, ruby rings have always been fashionable. The most precious gemstone other than a diamond is a pigeon blood ruby called The Sunrise Ruby. It is believed to be one of the rarest of all gemstones. It holds the record as the world's most costly ruby - actually, the most expensive precious jewel that isn't a diamond. The ruby, which was mined in Myanmar and weighed 25.59 carats, was placed in a platinum ring between hexagonal diamonds.

    Versatile Ruby Rings

    Ruby rings are available in a variety of designs. Select a ruby of the desired color and size to create your own ring. You may also want to consider the pricing of different rubies based on their grade and size when making the ring.

    A solitaire ruby ring is a ring with a single center stone set in a metal band, typically gold or platinum. Then there's the two-stone ruby ring, which has two center stones rather than just one. If you want something more unique, consider a three-stone ruby ring, which features a center stone bordered on either side by two jewels.

    Some More Ruby Ring Designs

    Many people mistake a side stone ring for a three stone ring, but the two are quite different, even though side stones can be added to any ruby ring. A side stone ruby ring has a center stone that is surrounded by gemstones, usually diamonds, on the shank or metal band that holds the ring together. The stones run on the length of the ring's metal band.

    There are a variety of additional ruby ring types to choose from for yourself or your loved ones. Halo rings, astrological rings, celtic rings, vintage or antique inspired rings, and so on are examples.

    FAQ - Ruby Rings
    A ring has two sections – the metal band or the shank, and the head or the gallery that holds the center piece. A ring setting is the combination of these two. There are many different shank and gallery combinations to choose from at GemsNY.
    We have a method in place for designing your personalized ruby ring that starts with a sketch and then moves on to CAD design. Every stage of the process is documented and shared with the client. A computer-aided design (CAD) will offer you a good idea of how your ruby ring will look.
    Yes. Our ruby rings come with a 30 days no-questions-asked guarantee. Please read our terms here.
    The conflict of conflict-free usually applies to diamonds but all gemstones including rubies at GemsNY are ethically sourced. The certificate of authenticity of each gemstone can be viewed on our website itself on that specific product page.
    The four Cs — color, clarity, cut, and carat weight – are used to grade rubies.

    GemsNY has its own grading system for rubies, which spans from AAAAA to A, with the former being the highest.

    Ruby rings are available in a wide range of styles at GemsNY. One category can be based on color, such as the intensity of the ruby's red color. Styles such as solitaire, halo, celtic, two stone, and so on are another way to categorize ruby rings. Each style may have its own metal category: white gold, yellow gold (18k & 14k), rose gold, and platinum.