Ruby Gemstone (Ruby Stone)
Ruby Gemstone (Ruby Stone)
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Ruby Gemstone(Ruby Stone Ring)
Ruby is a gem of the Sun and wearing a ring of this gemstone gives the radiance and qualities of the Sun God. Sun’s zodiac sign is Leo, so the people of Leo zodiac can wear Sun’s gem Ruby. Ruby Gemstone is worn to increase self-confidence and strengthen relationships.
Benefits Of Ruby Gemstone
- To increase eyesight and to avoid diseases associated with it, the Sun Gem Ruby should be worn.
- This stone can be worn to increase love and trust in love affairs.
- With the auspicious effect of ruby stone, the qualities of a leader come in the person.
- Government employees get benefits by wearing a ruby stone ring. They can get the benefit of promotion or increase in income.
- This gemstone also helps in earning profit in business.
- If you are not able to get a job or there is no growth in your career, then you can get the job you want by wearing this gem of Sun.
- This gemstone can be worn to overcome health related problems.
- If there is any dispute with son or brothers, then you will benefit from wearing ruby stone. This stone brings positive improvement in father-son relationship.
Who can hold
As we mentioned earlier, Ruby is the gemstone of the Sun and the sign of the Sun is Leo. Therefore, the people of Leo zodiac can wear the ring of ruby stone.
Ruby is a red gemstone, part of the corundum family. It’s often considered the most desirable of all colored gemstones.
A ruby’s color is judged by hue, tone and saturation. The most prized color is a deep, even pigeon blood red.
Clarity is the second most important factor in determining ruby price. It’s a good idea to choose a ruby with minimal clarity inclusions.
The color of Ruby is one of the most important factors for judging its quality. Ruby is the red variety of the mineral corundum, and it has a range of hues from pink to blood-red. A ruby's color is determined by chromium, and the more chromium in a ruby, the deeper its color will be.
Gemstone colors are typically graded on three components; hue, tone, and saturation. Hue refers to the gradation of color, tone is the degree of absorption and reflection of light, and saturation is the extent of intensity. Rubies with vivid, pure color are considered the most desirable.
A ruby’s inclusions are its ‘fingerprint’, a testament to its natural origin. While a clean, flawless ruby is virtually impossible to find, inclusions should not detract from its value unless they reduce transparency or visibility.
Like other corundum gemstones, rubies are often treated with high-temperature heating and controlled cooling to improve clarity and enhance color. A ruby’s treatment is usually not visible to the untrained eye, but can be detected by comparing it to untreated stones with similar color and clarity. While these treatments are common in the gem industry, they should always be disclosed by sellers.
Ruby is prized for its color, but clarity also impacts its value. Gemologists look for inclusions that are not visible to the naked eye to determine a ruby's clarity. The more inclusion-free a ruby is, the higher its clarity grade and therefore, the more valuable it is. However, a ruby that is completely transparent does not exist, so even the finest rubies have some mineral inclusions. Ruby inclusions usually appear as thin mineral needles that are intersecting and sometimes seem tightly woven together. These needles are made of the gem's most common inclusion, rutile, and when present, scatter light to brighten the gemstone.
The inclusions in rubies can affect the durability of the stone, and they can significantly reduce a ruby's transparency and brightness. For this reason, rubies with obvious inclusions generally have lower values than those with fewer or less-obvious inclusions.
As with other precious gemstones, some natural rubies are heat treated to improve their color and clarity. At With Clarity, we choose to work with highly vetted Thai rubies that have been responsibly heat-treated to the industry's standard for transparency, quality and durability. However, we do not accept rubies that are untreated or those that have been enhanced with glass-filling.
Ruby is red corundum with a trace amount of chromium and one or more other metals that give it overtones of different colors. These overtones give the gem pleochroism, a property that causes it to display different hues in different directions of light. This gives the stone its shimmer and color brilliance.
Ruby’s color can range from vivid cochineal to pale rose red with a tinge of purple, but the most valued rubies are bright and pure, and have good depth of tone and saturation. They also exhibit excellent color constancy, meaning that the color is evenly distributed throughout the gem.
Rubies are almost always treated with heat to improve their color and clarity. The treatment is a safe, permanent enhancement that should be disclosed when buying the gemstone. Because perfect rubies are so rare in nature, many buyers choose to buy treated rubies as an alternative.
The cut of a ruby refers to how well the gemstone is shaped to maximize reflection and brilliance. It also accounts for the gem’s dimensions and overall symmetry. Ruby gems are faceted into various shapes including round, oval, pear and cushion, but jewellers tend to favor round cuts that easily draw the eye’s attention to the gem’s colour. Each gemstone has a unique profile of clarity characteristics, colouration and size that can tell its own story. This is what makes each piece of jewellery a one-of-a-kind treasure.
Ruby is the most expensive coloured gemstone. Depending on colour, clarity, and cut, it can cost twice as much as a diamond of the same weight. A ruby of a rich, blood-pigeon red hue is particularly prized and can sell for up to $50,000 per carat.
While most Ruby is heat-treated to improve color and clarity, untreated gems are rare and very valuable. The value of a ruby is determined by its depth of colour and clarity, with clarity being the most important attribute in determining price.
The clarity of a ruby is based on the type, location, and number of inclusions found within the stone. Inclusions are natural part of the gem-forming process and can affect a ruby’s durability, but small inclusions can make a stone more beautiful. Some inclusions in rubies are very distinctive and desirable, such as rutile needles (which may be long and slender or intersect) that produce the star effect called asterism.
Because of the way that rubies are cut, they tend to be more opaque than diamonds of the same size. They are also smaller, so the total carat weight of a ruby can be less than that of a diamond. Rubies are typically calibrated and cut to specific millimeter measurements based on the shape chosen, so you should expect a ruby of a particular shape to have a different total carat weight than a ruby of the same shape from another manufacturer.
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Q: Is Manik Stone good for people born in July?
A: Yes, Manik Stone is good for people who were born in July. You can also gift stones for 15th and 40th wedding anniversaries.
Q: How should I care for this Stone?
A: You can using a soft brush and mild soap and avoid harsh chemicals to avoid damages on stone.
Q: Who can wear Ruby Stone?
A: Everyone can wear this stone but it is good for LEO zodiac peoples.