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Ruby Gemstones

Regal and vibrant

The birthstone of July and the precious stone of romance, ruby jewellery exudes sensuality, mystery and intensity. 

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A Precious Gem

The story of Ruby

Rubies are known for their vivid and deep velvet hue. Vibrant and effervescent, these gemstones are always breathtaking. Not only is ruby one of the four cardinal gemstones, but it’s also recognised as a precious gemstone, alongside diamond, emerald, and sapphire. Beyond its unique colour, ruby has a lustre, hardness, and sense of rarity that also makes it incredibly sought after. Curious to find out more about the birthstone of July? Read on!

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Collection story

Between the 1830s and 1850s, there was a spectacular outburst of light from the Eta Carinae double star. Now visible to astronomers, the light from the great outburst displays three colours: red, blue, and green. These stars belong to the Carina Nebula. 

Bold and luminescent like the Eta Carinae stars, our Carina collection showcases sparkling cut diamonds in suites of ruby, sapphire, and emerald jewellery. These exciting yet timeless designs feature our favourite precious gemstones, in a celebration of celestial wonder. 

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Inspired by royalty

Held in a wire basket setting, our Duchess collection features wonderfully rich gemstones surrounded by premium diamonds in a heavenly design. This is a traditional-style ring that remains a popular choice for engagement rings and celebrations alike. The ruby and diamonds sit relatively low to the finger, showing off the impressive beauty of these gemstones.

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The King of Gems

Valuable and rare

One of the most valuable gemstones on the market, the legendary ruby can command some of the highest prices per carat than other coloured gemstones. Large gem-quality rubies are rarer and more valuable in some cases than diamonds, however their value depends on their size, colour, origin and treatment.

The colour of rubies can range from dark red through to pinkish, purplish or brownish red. As a corundum mineral, rubies share the same characteristics as sapphires. Rubies are rated as 9 on the Mohs scale of hardness, making them almost as durable as diamonds which have a rating of 10.