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#7 July – The Traditional Birthstone is Ruby
Ruby…Blood-red. Fire-red. Color that burns along the veins, and gives brightness to the night. If you’re looking for the color of life itself, look no further than red. And the gemstone that brings red to vivid life can have only one name: Ruby.
The “king of gems,” Ruby is one of the world’s oldest and most revered gemstone. It is also one of the rarest. The mineral Chromium is responsible for the gem’s startling color. Rubies with hardly any inclusions are so rare that large stones of good color fetch higher prices at auction than even diamonds.
Fiery and romantic, showing brilliant depth and intensity, the red hue of Ruby is certain to draw attention. Its symbolic associates with vitality makes it a stunning choice for Jewelry designs. In settings that focus attention on voluptuous color, Ruby sends a message of drop-dead glamour and femininity. Geometric-inspired jewelry designs featuring Ruby are equally appealing to both men and women who seek to convey strength, honor and classic style.
Rubies are rated “excellent” for everyday wear. Avoid exposure to heat and contact with chemicals. To clean Rubies, gently scrub with a soft toothbrush and a solution of mild dish soap and warm water.
This Beautiful Genuine Ruby and Diamond Anniversary Band…is set in 14k Yellow Gold, and comes in a size 7. This lovely Ruby and Diamond ring can be sized by a professional jeweler and has an average weight of 4.3 grams.
Ruby & Diamond Specifications:
1 - 0.135 Ct Round Gemstone RUBY
2 - 0.075 Ct SI1-2 G-I Round Diamond
2 - 0.090 Ct SI1-2 G-I Round Diamond
2 - 0.110 Ct Round Gemstone RUBY