Tag Archives: Ruby Rings

5 Interesting Antique Rings with Helpful Ring Trivia Included

Enjoy these 5 unique ring designs while learning some bonus ring trivia!

A THREE STONE GYPSY-SET DIAMOND RING

Even if this looks a bit masculine, it might be just the right accessory to give your look some unique edge.  The ring in question is a three stone diamond Victorian ring. The diamonds are brilliant-cut and set in 18 carat yellow gold. The makers mark is “J.J” and it is believed this is from 1880. You may be wondering from the title: what is a gypsy setting? It’s a ring setting often seen in men’s jewelry. The band is one continuous pie

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Abhaas Jewelry: Their 5 Best Rings

Filled with vibrant pinks and royal blues among rich gold and sparkling diamonds, Abhaas jewelry will catch your eye right away!

Abhaas Jewels creates incredible jewelry under the name “Abhaas Jewels Corp.” Production of the gorgeous earrings, rings, bangles, bracelets, necklaces and pendants is done in Jaipur, India. They export to the international market, sharing their exotic jewelry worldwide. They focus on Ethnic Indian Jewelery collection but also have a Victorian Jewelry, Vintage Reproduction, Rose Cut Collection and Fine Jewelry section. Every piece is a creative

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5 Sparkling Ruby Rings

In all of us is a little girl who wants a pair of sparkling ruby red slippers. But, actual shoes of sparkling red can be a little much for the average gal about town. So, why not a sparkling ruby ring, instead?

Sparkling Ruby Rings

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1 1/10 Carat Created Ruby & Diamond Sterling Silver Heart Ring – Rings Under 100 – Heart Rings – This fantastic heart ring features a 1 carat ruby and 1/10 carat single cut white diamonds for extra shine. It’s the epitome of a romantic ring and is perfect for Valentine’s Day or other

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5 Stylish African Ruby Rings

Since the birthstone for July is ruby, I wanted to do another ruby ring post. However, I wanted to get a little bit more specific since we’ve had a whole month of ruby related posts. So, I decided I would look into the types of rubies. When I saw a Jamie Joseph African ruby ring, I decided we’d go with African Ruby Rings for a focus. Only, right away I saw there were doubts on messageboards from people just as ill-informed as I once was, wondering if an African Ruby was even real. Psh. Well, if you couldn’t guess by the price, rest assured that an African Ruby is a real ty

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Ruby Engagement Rings for Women: Five Classic Styles

You don’t have to like Jessica Simpson to follow in her footsteps and have a ruby engagement ring. What better colored gem than red to show the passion of your love and eternal union of bliss? (Well, hopefully it’s mostly bliss, if not always stunningly blissful. Fights will happen, especially over small things like the “right” way to fold sheets or put toilet paper on the roll.)

The following five ruby engagement rings for women have one thing in common: they’re traditional and classic, there’s nothing trendy or too over-the-top about them. Each o

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5 High Quality Ruby Rings on Sale

It’s incredibly possible to have great taste and still be cheap and not spend a lot. I would know. (From, uh, years of experience.) So, with all these ruby rings posts I figured it was high time to post about some ruby rings on sale. Good deals are out there to be had!

In case you’re wondering, yes, I do subscribe to the idea that anything “on sale” means you can buy something expensive and still think you’re getting a deal. I mean, you ARE getting a deal! You’re getting something that was worth much more than what you’re going to pay for it.

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5 Drop Dead Gorgeous Ruby Heart Rings

With red being the color of romance and passion, it just makes sense that a July birthday baby* would want a ruby heart ring. Below are five ruby heart rings for sale right now. Several incorporate diamonds as an accent, but one more modern ring actually has the ruby as the accent (it’s my favorite.)

When a ruby heart is outlined by diamonds or other gemstones, it helps solidify the shape. Often, I find that heart-shaped gemstones aren’t entirely easy to make out for the shape that they are. That’s what embellishments are helpful, while also adding to the style of a

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July Birthstone Rings: 5 Princess Cut Ruby Rings

You’ll be one hell of a powerful princess when you wear one of these July Birthstone Rings. Each has the addition of a princess cut ruby, among other elements (such as diamonds.)In the mix I’ve selected two ring bands, and three rings with a solitaire ruby as the centerpiece.

The princess cut makes a gemstone look quite formidable, with a bold square shape and inverted pyramid shape from a profile view. There’s always a lot of depth implied with a princess cut stone. I like what that says about the woman who wears it, because all now that women have layers upon laye

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July Birthstone Rings: 5 Handmade Ruby Rings

I love to support handmade works of art (and jewelry is art!) Whether you know it or not, there is a vibrant and busy community online (and off – in the actual world!) of people who make jewelry pieces. For this post, I used the resources of Etsy.com and ArtFire.com which both let handmade artisans upload their wares to sell them online. One of the designers was on both sites, and I didn’t realize I’d picked two of their rings until I was putting the post together with the finishing touches. (The rope detail should have been a clue!) With that said, I find Etsy.com easier

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July Birthstone Rings: 5 Emerald Cut Ruby Rings in White Gold

I love the elegance of an emerald-cut ruby. When it’s paired with white gold for a ring, it’s a really lovely piece that many utilize as engagement rings.But you don’t need an engagement to wear one of these dazzlers.

Most of the rings I’ve pulled to show you have diamond accents. These are fancy rings – the first three especially so. The bottom two have a bit more casual vibe to them, especially with the rope detailing on the second to last ring.

My favorite would have to be the one dead center. I know it’s fancy, but it’s just so bea

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