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18ct White Gold Ruby, Diamond, Sapphire and Emerald Spray Fan Dress Ring
£2,995.00
£49.92 per month on 0% finance
18ct Yellow Gold Gemstone Dress Ring
£3,095.00
£51.58 per month on 0% finance
18ct Yellow Gold Diamond & Ruby Cluster Ring
£2,650.00
£44.17 per month on 0% finance
18ct White Gold Ruby & Diamond Cluster Ring
£1,695.00
£28.25 per month on 0% finance
18ct White Gold Ruby and Diamond "halo" Ring
£995.00
£16.58 per month on 0% finance
Platinum 1.09ct Ruby & 0.19ct Diamond Ring
Was: £2,900.00 (save £620.00)
£2,280.00
£54.23 per month on 12.9% finance
18ct Yellow Gold 1.80ct Ruby & 0.68ct Diamond Half Eternity Ring
Was: £3,650.00 (save £1,150.00)
£2,500.00
£59.47 per month on 12.9% finance
18ct Rose Gold 1.81ct Cabochon Ruby & 0.32ct Diamond Dress Ring
£3,425.00
£57.08 per month on 0% finance
18ct Yellow Gold Ruby and Diamond Halo Cluster Ring
£3,285.00
£54.75 per month on 0% finance
18ct White Gold 1.37ct Ruby & Diamond Cluster Ring
£4,525.00
£75.42 per month on 0% finance
18ct White & Yellow Gold 1.26ct Ruby & Diamond Eternity Ring
£3,500.00
£58.33 per month on 0% finance
18ct Yellow Gold 0.60ct Ruby and Diamond Cluster Ring
£1,350.00
£22.50 per month on 0% finance

The ruby stands as one fourth of the ‘classic’ quartet of precious stones (the other three examples being the sapphire, the emerald and the diamond), and this famed gemstone needs little introduction. Venerated across a wide range of cultures throughout history, especially within Asia, the ruby is well known in modern society as being the birthstone for the month of July, and perhaps most notably for serving as the commemorative stone for those celebrating 40 years of marriage. Coupled with the common association of red symbolising ‘love’, there is never any shortage of reasons as to why people might wish for ruby gemstone rings.

Rubies are, of course, red in colouration, but this red can range from a very deep hue to a subtle tint which almost verges upon pink. The brightest and most valuable ruby stones are known as ‘blood-red’, and the clarity of rubies is also used to determine their ‘class’, with transparency commanding exceptionally high value. Whether they are set in white gold, yellow gold or even platinum, ruby gemstone rings are always a veritable study in contrasts, and rubies are perfect for those times when you want to acknowledge an unusually significant, and above all memorable, time within life.

Here at Banks Lyon Jewellers, our own collection of ruby gemstone rings is particularly diverse, incorporating ring designs that boast different settings and even complementary stones of another type, and we always welcome any specific enquires that you might have as well. We are renowned for our ability to create bespoke jewellery, so we certainly won’t be fazed if you’re looking for something a little unusual. For more information, feel free to call us on 01524 38 48 58 or email us at Personalshopper@bankslyon.co.uk at your earliest convenience.