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Luxury Jewellery Flower Design Surrounded Diamonds Engagement Ring In Solid Gold Metal
5 Natural Rubies
3x5mm & 3mm in Diameter
Oval Cut & Square Cut
32 natural white diamond accents
18K Rose Gold Band
High Polish Finish
Weights 2.76-3.14 Grams
Ruby Pave Diamonds Ring
From a chemical point of view rubies are aluminum oxide. Mineralogist believe rubies variety corunds, which also belong to the blue sapphires. Not by accident otherwise called the noble red ruby corundum.
The name of these stones have a characteristic color (Latin “rubeus” meaning “red”), which they attach to chromium oxide. Red is often associated with deep feelings, so the ruby in ancient times was considered a symbol of passion, and his pink variety associated with the embodiment of tender love.
In the East ruby gem has long been the most precious stone. Its name in Sanskrit (“Maniki”) is translated as “king of gems”. The Indians prized rubies are very high, considering them together with diamond and pearl “greatest” stones in the world. Not by chance another name for the ruby in Sanskrit – “ratnanayana” that is meaning “the leader of the gems”.
It is considered that the inhabitants of Europe first met with oriental ruby stones after the campaign of Alexander of Macedon, that is not earlier than the IV BC. But the stones under the name carbuncles could get into Europe and from Africa. The term “ruby” in its modern sense coined in 1747 by mineralogist Valerius Before that the word “Gruber” or “ruberus” means red and garnet, and rubies, and spinel. In the Ancient Rus rubies along with other precious stones, red called ‘lal”.
The rich ruby deposits exist in Burma, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand. In Africa, these stones are traditionally mined in Zimbabwe and Kenya, in Russia (in the Polar Urals).
The most prized rubies of pure red (called “pigeon blood”) with a slight purple hue. Sometimes there are rubies with inclusions of rutile, which give the rocks the effect of asterism. These “stellate” rubies particularly valued.
Generally, ruby price impeccable quality can be very high. In fact hysteria recorded sales in 1979 Burmese ruby weighing 4.12 carats to 100,639 dollars per carat. Another Burmese ruby weighing 15.97 carats was sold in 1988 for an even greater price – at 227,301 dollar per carat.