Wearing Yellow Sapphire and Ruby

  Ruby Gemstone Just like the yellow sapphire, a ruby gemstone is also derived from corundum (aluminum oxide). The difference being that there is chromium in the ruby, giving it the distinctive red color. The trivalent chromium replaces the aluminum in the crystal structure to give us the ruby. Rubies…

rubies and sapphires

  One of the finest creations on this planet earth, Gemstones are known to have influenced human lives with its mystical properties. Among the many stones, the legendary ruby gemstone and sapphire stones have been known for its beauty and magical powers. Both ruby and sapphire have a rich history…

Fashion Guide On How To Style Your Ruby Jewelry

The passionate and stunning ruby gemstone is a thing of beauty. This gem has been the love of many gem enthusiasts over the past so many decades. And why not? After all, the look and feel of the color red comes alive when a ruby beautifies it with such elegance…

All About Star Rubies

A rare yet equally fascinating variety of the Ruby gemstone, Star Rubies exhibit a special effect called “asterism”. This effect is a beautiful display of a six-rayed star that shines over the gem’s surface when it is moved. The silky shine of the star is attributed to rutile inclusions. How…

lead glass filled rubies

  How great it is to have a gemstone that not only looks regal but also provides a host of benefits like protecting the wearer against negative energy, bringing joy and strength, etc. Well, that’s what the immensely beautiful Ruby gemstone is all about. For centuries, the ruby stone has…

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