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Round Rose Gold Ruby And Diamond Anniversary / Engagement Ring

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Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Lanciajewelry
Model Number: CR0068

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Detailed Product Description
Item Type: Gemstone Ring Fine Or Fashion: Fine
Metal Stamp: Au750 Stone Color: Pigeon's Blood Red
Ring Size: US #5, #5.5, #6, #6.5,#7, #7.5, #8 Ring Style: Petite

 

 

Ruby Ring Gemstone 18K Solid Rose Gold Round Natural Ruby Anniversary Wedding Band Ring

 

Centre Stone:

6 Natural Rubies

2mm in Diameter

Weights 0.44ct-0.45ct

Oval Cut

Prong Setting

 


Metal:

18K Solid Rose Gold

High Polish Finish
Weights 1.16g-1.590 Grams
Gemstone Ring

 

 

 

 

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Round Rose Gold Ruby And Diamond Anniversary / Engagement Ring

 

Round Rose Gold Ruby And Diamond Anniversary / Engagement Ring

 

Round Rose Gold Ruby And Diamond Anniversary / Engagement Ring

 

 

 

Ruby – July Birthstone Meaning

 

July is the official month of the ruby. We take a look at this gem’s significance in mythology and modern culture, and discover its birthstone meaning.

 

 

 

Marco Polo’s amazement at the beauty of the ruby

 

“To look at, it is the most resplendent object upon earth; it is quite free from flaw and as red as fire. Its value is so great that a price for it in money could hardly be named at all.”

 

Marco Polo was one of the first history writers to describe the immense impact that seeing a large ruby for the first time had on him.

 

When the Italian merchant happened on the Island of Ceylon on his travels he was allowed to see the King of Ceylon’s gigantic ruby heirloom.

 

He was so taken by it that he called it “the most precious article that exists in the world”.

 

 

Still coveted by collectors

 

700 years later, the ruby is still the most sought after gem on earth, bar perhaps the diamond.

 

Collected by queens, robbed in heists and auctioned for millions, it seems to leave no man or woman indifferent.

 

 

Legendary oriental treasure


The ruby was first discovered by man during prehistoric times in the Orient.

Even today, the Asian region is the main producer of the world’s rubies, bar a handful of mines dotted across other continents.

 

In both Near and Far Easters mythology, the ruby was said to have immense powers, from protecting whole armies to revealing the presence of poison.

Ancient Chinese and Indian writers claimed the ruby could shine and sparkle in the absence of any light.

 

 

Red, red rubies

 

Did you know, that the word “ruby” is derived from the Latin word “ruber” which means “red”?

The ruby is a red variety of a mineral called corundum, the same substance that sapphires are formed from.

 

Corundum is almost as tough as diamonds, but chromium trace elements give it its red colour.

It’s no coincidence that rubies are often given as romantic gifts or as meaningful jewellery items that commemorate important life occasions. The colour red symbolises passion and romance.

 

 

Ruby colour

 

While all red or dark pink gem-quality corundum crystals are called rubies, very pale ones are classified as pink sapphires.

 

This distinction is often debated, though, as it’s sometimes almost impossible to draw a definite line between light rubies and dark pink sapphires.

 

The most valuable type of ruby colour is a bright red hue called “pigeon blood”.

 

However, as with most gemstones, the beauty of a particular ruby colour hue is often in the eyes of the beholder.

 

As we can see below with the large dark pink ruby set into the Bohemian crown jewels.

 

 

Mythological birthstone properties

 

For those born in July, the ruby is considered their “birthstone”. In other words, it’s the gem that’s said to be astrologically aligned with the star sign of Cancer.

 

Since ancient times, the ruby’s fiery red shade has inspired and symbolised feelings of romance, love and passion.

 

If you’re lucky enough to wear the ruby as your birth month gem, these characteristics are said to multiply by the thousands.

 

But even if you’re not born under the sign of Cancer, the ruby is still said to nurture friendships and love, as well as inspire devotion, courage and happiness.

 

 

A diet of rubies, anyone?

 

In many classical texts, the ruby was also attributed with healing properties, especially useful for curing blood, heart and circulatory sicknesses.

 

In ancient Rome, placing rubies on the body was believed to restore vitality and strength. And stimulate good blood circulation, give health through pregnancy and even help wives not gain weight.

 

 

Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers

 

If you’re a fan of The Wizard of Oz, then you’ll know that rubies have magical powers in popular culture too.

 

In the film, Dorothy only has to click her heels together three times and say ‘There’s no place like home’ – and she’s back home in Kansas.

 

Even in Hollywood, the red ruby symbolises the deepest human ties of love and family.

 

 

Ruby occasions & gifts


Aside diamonds, rubies make the most meaningful romantic presents you can give to a loved one.

 

From ruby eternity rings given for 15th and 40th wedding anniversaries to sparkling, red hearts gifted on Valentine’s Day, ruby jewellery is an exquisite way to express love.

 

A ruby birthstone ring, pair of earrings or a pendant makes a highly significant gift for a July birthday.

 

Ruby jewellery can also provide a wonderfully symbolic and lasting gift for July engagements, graduations and new mothers giving birth to babies that month!

 

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