Ruby Jewellery Like You’ve Never Seen Before
Rubies are the birthstone of July and what better way to celebrate the color of love than by creating designs as unique as the gem itself? Few things catch the eye like the ruby birthstone. The finest color of the birthstone for July is a deep red with a hint of purple, called “pigeon’s blood” in the trade.
The “King of Precious Stones” in India, rubies are a symbol of power and energy with many claiming that rubies bestow health, wisdom, wealth and success in love.
While the chromium present in a ruby gives the stone its vibrant red color, the same mineral also gives it the dazzle and sparkle of a luminous glow.
So what better way to wear rubies, you ask? Scroll below and choose your favorites!
Ruby Three Ways
Ever thought you can own an earring that is date night appropriate and can also be worn for fulfilling your bridesmaid duty at a mehendi function?
Well, it all comes down to styling. At Jet Gems, we try to create unique pieces that can be styled for different occasions. Like our diamond encrusted ruby earrings that can be paired with diamond and Ruby finger ring stack for a date night and with a diamond and ruby cuff for a mehendi.
Multiple Layered Rubies
While a delicate necklace paired with a gorgeous saree is a classic jewellery styling combination we all swear by, we are in the mood to shake things up a bit.
We are thinking of a quirky pantsuit paired with a multilayered necklace and see the drama unfold. Like our diamond & ruby delicate layered necklace made in 18 kt hallmark gold spotted on Sonam Kapoor
Festive Season Rubies
No ethnic look is complete without a pair of go-to earrings. If you are planning on updating your jewelry collection this festive season, you should totally check out our diamond ruby earring with canary diamonds set in 18 kt gold.
Red signifies beauty and fearlessness as well as anger (that is required to uproot evil).
How about wearing this daring color with our ruby encrusted statement necklace? We assure you, it would make you feel nothing less than a Queen!
So which version of the rubies was your favourite?