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0.85ct Natural Diamond & Ruby Trilogy Ring GR002€2,600 – €3,400 Select options
1.78ct Natural Oval Cut Ruby & Diamond Halo Ring GR013€3,500 – €3,800 Select options
2.25ct Natural Oval Cut Rubellite & Diamond Halo Ring GR100€4,500 – €4,650 Select options
1.92ct Lab Grown Oval Cut Ruby & Diamond Ring GR106€2,900 – €3,050 Select options
1.35ct Natural Emerald Cut Ruby & Diamond Halo Ring GR091€4,150 – €4,200 Select options
0.70ct Natural Round Cut Ruby & Diamond Ring WR024€1,200 – €1,350 Select options
0.30ct Natural Ruby & Diamond Vintage Ring GR075€1,050 – €1,150 Select options
FAQs – Ruby Rings
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How should I care for my ruby ring?
To care for your ruby ring, avoid exposing it to harsh chemicals or extreme temperatures. Clean it with mild soap and water and dry it with a soft cloth. Store it in a safe place away from other jewellery to avoid scratches. It is also recommended to have it checked by a professional jeweller every six months.
How do ruby rings compare to sapphire rings?
Ruby and sapphire are both types of corundum and have similar properties. The main difference is that rubies are red and sapphires are blue. Both gemstones are durable and hard, making them ideal for everyday wear.
What is a ruby ring?
A ruby ring is a piece of jewellery that features a ruby gemstone set in a ring band. Rubies are a type of mineral called corundum and are known for their deep red colour.
What are the benefits of buying a ruby ring?
Rubies are a durable and hard gemstone, making them ideal for everyday wear. They are also considered a symbol of love and passion.
How do ruby rings compare to diamond rings?
Ruby rings are a popular alternative to diamond rings. They are often less expensive than diamonds and are available in a range of colours. Rubies are also harder than diamonds, making them more durable for everyday wear.
How do ruby rings compare to emerald rings?
Ruby rings are a popular alternative to emerald rings. They are often less expensive than emeralds and are available in a range of colours. Rubies are also harder than emeralds, making them more durable for everyday wear.
Are ruby rings available in other colours besides red?
Yes, rubies can also be found in pink, orange, and purple colours, which are known as “fancy rubies.”
Are ruby rings good for engagement rings?
Yes, ruby rings make great engagement rings. They are durable, hard and have a timeless elegance that makes them a perfect symbol of love and commitment.
Are ruby rings good for everyday wear?
Yes, ruby rings are suitable for everyday wear. They are a durable and hard gemstone that can withstand daily wear and tear.
What is the difference between natural and synthetic rubies?
Natural rubies are gemstones that are mined from the earth. Synthetic rubies are created in a laboratory and have the same chemical composition as natural rubies. Synthetic rubies are often less expensive than natural rubies.