Antique Ruby Engagement Rings
The red vibrancy of rubies can definitely amaze, seduce and flatter any type of bride or woman, no doubt about it. But when the ruby stone is used in a fancy artistic design, the effect is even more charming and mesmerizing. We adore the antique ruby engagement rings we’re showing on this page and the way the red rubies sparkle against the dazzling diamond bands.
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All the three bands presented on this page are constructed in white gold and dipped in diamonds. The type of red vibrancy proposed by these rubies is derived from chrome. The first antique ruby ring on this page looks like a glamorous bracelet because of the wide design. The oval ruby in the middle is divine and it sets the tone for the sensuality of the overall design.
The band is then covered with a row of baguette cut rubies and then flanked by two other rows of diamonds. The crimson sweet vibrancy of the rubies makes a delightful and glamorous contrast to the white glow of the diamonds. The central ruby stone is placed within a bezel-setting which means that the stone is well-secured and safe against external factors that can damage its integrity.
The baguette cut rubies are line in a vertical pattern and this is why the ring looks so sophisticated, asymmetrical and whimsy. The second ring we share with you here is also an Art Deco design and it is also wide, imposing and artfully detailed. The central ruby is also oval-shaped, only this time the other additional ruby stones that adorn the band are less visible. The rubies feature a crimson color and it can be remarked from afar. The ribbon profiles and the dynamic design beautified with baguette cut ruby stones make the ring look French and sensual.
The mille grained work is hand-made and this is why the ring looks so artistic, opulent, sophisticated and inimitable. We also recommend this design to those who care for something more extravagant, outstanding and spectacular. The last ring piece on this page is a bit more simplistic and “quiet”. This style is inspired by the Edwardian current and it is slightly more romantic, feminine and soft. Even the ruby looks a bit softer, and this is perhaps because it is an unheated type of ruby. The design is graceful, exquisite beautiful and it is extremely rare due to the special type of ruby stone.