In the world of engagement rings there are endless options. Even those wanting diamonds will rarely be given just one option. When it comes to colored stone engagement rings, it begins with the question, which one? Answer that question, and then will begin the adventure to find the perfect stone and engagement ring.
If you’ll be proposing to someone born in July, or are simply planning a July proposal, than there is no finer choice than a natural ruby. Exceptionally hard, brilliant, and beautiful; ruby is a rare gem, and like our rarest unheated sapphires, the unheated ruby is a prize fit for a princesses’ engagement ring.
If you’re unsure of what ruby ring to buy, or if you have a stone and are looking for a setting, we have a vast selection of ruby engagement rings for you to choose from or be inspired by.
Though gemological testing revealed this ruby to be heated, its Burmese origin gives it the prestige being from the world’s most famous source of rubies. The oval 2.25ct ruby is set between two oval diamonds weighing a total of 0.98cts. The benefit of oval shaped stones is that the oval shape will appear larger on the hand than a round stone of equal weight.
The classic style of art deco engagement rings lives on in many of our ruby ring designs. If you’re still set on having a diamond as the center stone, consider this 0.86ct emerald cut diamond set in platinum with 1.09ctw of emerald cut ruby side stones. The intricate design, the pave diamonds, and the milgrain detail surrounding the stones offer infinite enjoyment.
In my opinion, a vivid and fiery red ruby never looks better than when it’s set in the warming glow of 18k yellow gold. By candlelight at dinner, or under the beaming sun of summer; this rare untreated 4.66ct ruby from Mozambique will shine as brightly as the smile of the one who wears the ring. This ruby engagement ring is truly exquisite.
Wrap her finger in a garland of finely milgrain detailed 14k yellow gold, set with diamonds on each petal, and crowned by a bezel set 0.49ct cushion cut ruby. This ruby ring is unique by todays standards, but harkens back to the days when a blade of grass sufficed for a wedding ring.
Growing in popularity for engagement ring styles, is the extension of the design’s length along the finger. This antique styled ruby engagement ring is sure to have inquisitive compliments streaming at a constant. Crafted of 18k yellow gold and pave-set with 0.60ctw of diamonds; the center stone is a rich regal red ruby of 1.30cts.
For a more modern approach, with still a classic sensibility; this 1.55ct oval ruby is set in a graceful, woven design of diamond-set platinum. The face-up appearance reveals a double-halo of diamonds – a style that has recently seen great popularity.
Like something you might see on Game of Thrones, this exquisite cabochon ruby engagement ring is something entirely different from all the others. Set in a delicate and detailed ring of 18k yellow gold and platinum, the 8.38ct ruby is from Burma and is untreated.
This selection of 7 ruby engagement rings is just a hint of what we have to offer. Peruse our website day and night to find exactly what you’re looking for. If you’re still unsure, give us a call and we will set to work custom designing the perfect ruby engagement ring for you.