Rubies, they hold a certain gravitas and allure that isn’t rivalled by many bar the obvious other big 3, emeralds, diamonds and sapphires. Not only are rubies beautiful but they are also very practical for an everyday ring. The ruby, along with sapphires are very hard with both measuring at a 9 on the MOHs scale of hardness (10 is the hardest with diamond and 1 being the softest with talc) meaning that the stone has less chance of being damaged through day to day wear or if you require a resize, the stone has less chance of “dying” under the heat needed to fuse or solder the ring closed for example with the resize or a repair.
Anyways…new work, I made this a week or so ago and it’s a classic three stone which represents the past, present and future. Way back In the day three stone rings would be given as gifts to family, partners or a very close friend to represent the three stages of a relationship, not necessarily an engagement or marriage. I took this classic piece and made it my own…this beauty is 14ct yellow gold and rubies (if you hadn’t figured already).
This piece will be available soon so feel free to contact for any info…
Thanks again for being around and showing love,
Yours In tradition and craft, Rusty X