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|Item Type:||Ruby And Diamond Bracelet||Centre Stone:||5 Natural Rubies|
|Side Stone:||100 Pcs Real Diamonds||Bracelet Style:||Tennis Bracelet|
|Gemstone Color:||Pigeon's Blood Red||Bracelet Length:||16cm|
18Kt Au750 Gold Natural Ruby Sparkly Diamond Wedding Bracelet Fine Jewelry
Ruby Stones Properties
Rubies are one of the most precious stones in the entire world.
They are among the most highly valued stones in modern society, alongside diamonds, emeralds, and sapphires.
An interesting fact, however, is that ruby stones only became defined by their chemical makeup in the last couple centuries.
Benefits Of Ruby
Ruby is a form of Aluminium Oxide known as Corundum. Pure Corundum is in fact clear, and Red Corundum, or Ruby, is made up of Corundum (Al2O3), and Chromium impurities (Cr3+), which are responsible for its wonderful red coloration. Ruby is the most valuable gem in the Corundum family.
The name Corundum is believed to originate from either the Indian word kauruntaka, or the Sanskrit word kurivinda. Ruby, the name for this particular type of Corundum, is taken from the Latin word ruber, meaning ``red``.
Since ancient times, the Ruby has been known as the King of gemstones, and has been considered to be a protective stone providing the wearer with benefits such as invulnerability and preserved health. In addition to this, Rubies inspire creativity, wisdom and love, as well as enhancing self-reliance / confidence and increasing spirituality. It was believed that Ruby worn by men signified manhood and nobility. Rubies worn by women was said to invoke passion and power. Improved blood circulation is one of the major perceived medical benefits of Ruby.
Availability and Sources of Ruby
The highest quality rubies, the most transparent with best color, usually come from Burma, and can actually be as valuable as diamond, or even more. The ruby is actually very closely related to the sapphire, both being part of the corundum family. They are both made of the same mineral, but they have of course, different colors. The ruby is a little softer than the sapphire, which may seem strange as they are both made of the same mineral.
Thanks to modern gemstone enhancement and treatment, it is now possible to own wonderful, heat-treated natural Rubies that are available to meet demand, and also priced at a level making this beautiful king of gemstones available to most people.
Although the finest rubies come from the Mogok region in Burma, many beautiful rubies also come from Thailand, the main source for rubies. Thai rubies tend to be a little darker in shade; with a red so deep they are almost violet. The island of ShriLanka, which is the “island of gems”, has also been long famous for its rubies, which are of a lighter shade. Marco Polo once said that no other place had rubies as beautiful as those from ShriLanka. Rubies also come from India, Tanzania, Madagascar, Russia, Cambodia, Kenya, Mexico, Afghanistan, and U.S.A (North Carolina) and Pakistan.
Astrological Effects of Ruby
Ruby is the stone of lord sun and the Sun signifies father, courage, power and authority, boldness, ambitions, commanding power, generosity, dignity and kind heartedness. A person having good effects of the Sun on him will be optimistic and royal in his/her thoughts. Such a person will have good reputation and success in life.
But if a person’s sun is afflicted by hostile planets in one’s horoscope it may cause defects in eyes and concentration. If one’s sun is afflicted by Saturn, Rahu and Ketu it will very difficult for him to have financial stability and he will have less stable professional life. He will face many ups and down in life and will be deprived of government job or benefits from higher authority.
Weak and unfavorable sun can create health problems like high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, bilious nature, hemorrhage, cardiac problems etc.
Now if a person wears ruby stone then it will help in the development of soul force and will create confidence, optimism and courage in him. This stone is very good for success in higher competitive exams, especially in the Indian civil services.