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Ruby Rings

Ruby rings are famed for their deep and enticing reds. The sublime designs here at Diamond Boutique not only boast richly warm tones but shimmer with outstanding clarity.

One of the world’s four precious stones, rubies are a popular choice amongst newlyweds thanks to the gem’s opulent colour. Still, they are also a coveted option for eternity and engagement rings. Rubies are one of the most vivid and durable gemstones. While not as hard as diamonds, they are harder than other precious gemstones like emeralds, making a ruby ring a worthwhile purchase.

The stunning red gemstone has been a favourite piece of jewellery over the centuries and is held in high regard to royalty. Though the ruby ring makes a perfect gift for those born in July due to its birthstone symbolism, ruby engagement rings are just as popular amongst consumers as a beautiful alternative to other gemstones.

Peruse our selection below and discover your perfect ruby ring today. Alternatively, we offer a custom design service if you’re looking for a bespoke ring for that special occasion. Contact us today on +44 (0) 203 6959 885 for more details.

Why choose a Ruby Ring

Diamonds, gemstones and birthstones are all widely admired for special occasions such as engagements due to the distinctive meanings they hold. Taking time to study each stone and its respective meanings will help guide you to match the suitable stone to your special person. The ruby, for example, is a profound red gem, with a name that originates from the Latin word ‘ruber’, which means red.

It is not surprising that ruby engagement rings are popular due to their colour because, as we all know, red is the symbol of love, which fits perfectly with the occasion of promising your love to one another. The ruby ring is also highly associated with intense emotions like passion, power, love and desire, which also fit nicely with the theme of love. Legend has it that the ruby is not a stone at all, but it is hardened fire with the power to set hearts aflame.

Also known as the “Stone of Nobility,” the ruby is said to strengthen and bring light and peace into one’s life. It is widely believed that a ruby ring can settle fights between lovers, bringing about peace in the relationship.

Choosing your design for your ruby ring can be daunting, but it all depends on your taste for jewellery. Lucky for you, here at Diamond Boutique, we offer a great deal of choice when it comes to selecting your ruby ring. You can choose both a gemstone shape and a diamond shape to cater for your needs fully.

We have different design styles and different types of metals that we have created for a ruby ring. Our recommendations, however, if you are feeling confused and overwhelmed, are as follows: rubies go well with most settings and metal colours. For a fresh modern look, choose white metals such as platinum and white gold.

For a vintage, classical look, pair your ruby with yellow or rose gold. Rubies are also commonly paired with diamonds. Because diamonds symbolise eternity and rubies symbolise love, some may argue that it is a match made in heaven. In terms of the look, the brilliance of the diamonds brings fire and sparkle to the ruby as well, to provide you with the best combination.

You can choose from many variations, but if none of them quite meet your expectations, then Diamond Boutique can offer you a custom service and create your dream ruby ring.

Whether it is ruby engagement rings you are after or a simply beautiful ruby ring as a gift to someone special, this gemstone is timeless and will suit any and every occasion. The ruby ring will be very durable, as it is almost as hard as a diamond which means that can be easily cleaned at home.

Rubies are extremely rare amongst other gemstones, which is why it is considered an incredibly romantic gesture to be gifted with one. Gifting a ruby ring to your partner shows that they are hard to come by and are incredibly rare, just like the gemstone.

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