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|Item Type:||Gemstone Ring||Metal Type:||18K Solid Gold|
|Gemstone Color:||Red||Ring Size:||US #5, #5.5, #6, #6.5, #7, #7.5, #8|
Fine Jewelry Wholesale Solid 18K 9K 14K Precious Stone Ring Sparkle Diamonds
3x5mm in Diameter
21 natural white diamond accents
Round & Princess cut
Claw & Channel setting
18K White Gold Band
High Polish Finish
Weights 1.922-2.057 Grams
Fine Jewellery Ring
Red is the colour of love. It radiates warmth and a strong sense of vitality. And red is also the colour of the ruby, the king of the gemstones. In the fascinating world of gemstones, the ruby is the undisputed ruler.
For thousands of years, the ruby has been considered one of the most valuable gemstones on Earth. It has everything a precious stone should have: magnificent colour, excellent hardness and outstanding brilliance. In addition to that, it is an extremely rare gemstone, especially in its finer qualities
For a long time India was regarded as the ruby's classical country of origin. In the major works of Indian literature, a rich store of knowledge about gemstones has been handed down over a period of more than two thousand years. The term 'corundum', which we use today, is derived from the Sanskrit word 'kuruvinda'. The Sanskrit word for ruby is 'ratnaraj', which means something like 'king of the gemstones'. And it was a royal welcome indeed which used to be prepared for it. Whenever a particularly beautiful ruby crystal was found, the ruler sent high dignitaries out to meet the precious gemstone and welcome it in appropriate style.