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Important Facts About Rubies And Jewelry

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Important Facts About Rubies And Jewelry

Author : Badrul Awang   Top Author

Submitted : 2013-03-01 14:46:48    Word Count : 811    Popularity:   0

Tags:   Rubies, Jewelry, Jewellery, diamond, ring, pearl, stone, prongs, jeweler, gift, rings, gems, pearls, stones, diamonds, Wedding Diamond, Gold, Bracelet

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Consider jewelry pieces with pearls. Pearl are classic and often more affordable than gemstones like diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds. There are three kinds of pearls: cultured, imitation and natural. Natural pearls are very rare and extremely expensive. Imitation pearls are cheap but often poor quality and they can look very fake, so the best option is probably cultured pearls.

To convey a sense of physical prowess, energy, passion, and love, look for pieces that incorporate deep red stones like rubies and red garnets. Red is an especially powerful color that is best suited to bold rings and necklaces that allow the stone to take center stage. Rubies are also popularly known as the birthstone for the month of July.

Gems and precious stones are a more affordable and colorful option than diamonds and yet these are often underlooked. There are three options for the buyer: natural, synthetic, or imitation. Synthetic emeralds, rubies, sapphires, and amethysts are the best bet. They are of comparable quality to natural stones, with the only difference being that they are created in a laboratory.

Your jewelry should be removed prior to and during completion of daily chores and cleaning. Many household cleaners and chemicals are very caustic and can significantly compromise the quality of gold and silver, as well as that of the more colorful gems like rubies, emeralds, and sapphires. If you cannot remove rings, you should wear thick, protective gloves on each hand.

It is not easy to find truly flawless sapphires and rubies, which historically has made these stones quite expensive, particularly in the lighter shades, which makes the flaws easier to see. Fortunately, modern technology has made it possible to produce artificial stones that are identical in every way except for the flaws, and are much cheaper. Jewelry made from these stones is just as beautiful.

Rubies, which are popularly known as the traditional birthstone for those born during the month of July, are often thought to symbolize unwavering enthusiasm, strength, and feelings of passionate love. Gorgeous, deeply colored, rich red rubies are perfect as a focal point for both gold and silver rings, necklaces, bracelets, and earrings.

While sapphires are classically blue, they actually come in a myriad of shades- every shade besides red, in fact (red sapphires are known as rubies). They are characterized by their durability and strength, and are great candidates for jewelry because they can withstand just about everything, and can suit every wardrobe.

When looking to invest in jewelry containing sapphires, opals or rubies make sure that you understand what lab created means. Lab created gemstones are grown in a laboratory using scientific means. Jewelry that you see labeled as lab created such as sapphire has never seen Mother Nature. If you are looking for natural gemstones, you may be paying a higher price and spend significant time looking for a vendor outside of your local mall.

Telling the difference between natural rubies and sapphires and synthetic ones is not an easy task. Lab created stones are beautiful and are made in a lab which makes them much cheaper than natural gems that are mined out of the earth. It is therefore advised that you have a reputable gemologist examine any piece you are considering. If you're going to purchase a natural sapphire piece, have it inspected by a gemologist or third-party jeweler for inclusions.

When considering a nice piece of jewelry, consider the popular beauty of rubies. While it's true that rubies are red, there are many different shades of this color from maroon to clear deep rose pinks. Rubies are also tough; they can withstand scratching, chipping, and chemicals. Because of this combination of looks and strength, rubies are one of the most practical choices in fine stones.

As already indicated, jewelry can be a timeless gift. Its sentimental value often surpasses the monetary value. Jewelry, though, does need some attention, just like anything else you may treasure. Spend the time needed to get the most out of your jewelry. Enjoy!

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