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The precious stones are made accessible in the Sterling Silver Ruby Bracelet collection. Bangle, tennis, chain, cords ... the collection offers all styles and meets the most demanding requests.
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  • VINTAGE BLOOD RED RUBY TWISTED BRACELET WITH WHITE ZIRCONIA, RHODIUM GOLD PLATEDQuick View
  • ROYAL BRIGHT RED HIMALAYAN RUBIES BRACELET WITH ZIRCONIA, RHODIUM GOLD PLATINGQuick View
  • GLITZY OVAL SHAPE PINKISH RED RUBY BRACELET WITH ZIRCONIA, STERLING SILVER 925GLITZY OVAL SHAPE PINKISH RED RUBY BRACELET WITH ZIRCONIA, STERLING SILVER 925Quick View
  • GLISTENING PINKISH RED HIMALAYAN RUBIES BRACELET, STERLING SILVER 925GLISTENING PINKISH RED HIMALAYAN RUBIES BRACELET, STERLING SILVER 925Quick View
  • NATURAL PINKISH RED RUBY, BRILLIANT CUT BRACELET WITH ZIRCONIA AND STERLING SILVER 925, MEDIUM SIZEQuick View
  • STUNNING OVAL CUT PINK RUBY AND YELLOW SAPPHIRE BRACELET WITH CUBIC ZIRCONIA STONES IN STERLING SILVERQuick View
  • NATURAL BLOOD RED HIMALAYAN RUBY BRACELET IN EMERALD CUT WITH ZIRCONIA AND RHODIUM GOLD PLATINGQuick View
  • SPARKLING RUBY STAR BRACELET, RHODIUM GOLD PLATEDQuick View

MODELS OF RUBY ​​BRACELETS FOR WOMEN

The precious stones are made accessible in the Sterling Silver Ruby Bracelet collection. Bangle, tennis, chain, cords … the collection offers all styles and meets the most demanding requests. Discover the ruby ​​bracelets in our Aileen’s collections and let yourself be seduced by a unique model. To accompany the most beautiful bracelets, fall for a magnificent ruby ring, for example. Ideal to offer or to be offered urgently. Our ruby ​​bracelets are timeless and will match a pretty ruby pendant. In order to satisfy all our customers, all ruby jewellery   is configurable in sterling silver so that you can personalize each model as you wish. We also have a tailor-made design service that will be happy to bring the model of your dreams to life. 

THE PHYSICAL AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF RUBY

Ruby is the red version of a mineral called corundum, which also includes sapphire. The red colour, sometimes pinkish or tending to brown, of ruby ​​corundum is due to the presence of chromium. It is the fourth hardest mineral (index 9 on the Mohs scale), after diamond, lonsaleite and moissanite. Its density varies between 3.97 and 4.05. It is an aluminium oxide with the formula Al2 O3. Its luster is glassy, ​​oily, mat, and it is transparent to translucent. Its break is conchoidal, scaly. Of rhombohedral crystal system, it occurs in crystals, grainy aggregates, and pebbles. Its pleochroism is red-orange and purple. Its fluorescence shows a carmine red.

THE COLORS OF RUBY

The ruby ​​used in jewellery ranges from pinkish red (Burmese ruby) to slightly orangey red (like those of Tanzania). But the ruby ​​mineral can be tinged with brown or purplish. All other colours of corundum are classified in the sapphire category.

THE GENESIS OF RUBY ​​AND ITS MAIN DEPOSITS

Ruby is a very rare mineral. It can be of magmatic origin or, most often metamorphic, that is to say it results from the modification of pre-existing rocks under the effect of heat and high pressures. Its appearance requires the presence of aluminium, silica, and a little chromium for the colour … Only 1% of the rubies that we find have the characteristics required to be used in jewellery.
Today, 90% of rubies come from Burma: they are of exceptional quality and present magnificent nuances. Sri Lanka and Thailand are also important suppliers. There are also deposits in Africa, America and Australia.

THE ADVICE OF OUR GEMOLOGIST: HOW TO CHOOSE A RUBY?

Several criteria can help you choose your gem, although the main one is your personal taste for a particular colour!
Purity is an important criterion of value. All rubies have inclusions, this is not a defect, but the purest stones are obviously the most expensive, the price of ruby jewellery can soar if the stone weighs more than 2 carats.
The most popular colour is an intense and deep red, even if it does not belong to the category “pigeon blood”, very rare (a few tens of thousands of euros per carat). This term is also often used in an abusive manner. Note that the radiance and depth of the ruby ​​will appear even more in the evening, under the effect of the lamps, than in broad daylight.
The ruby ​​is generally cut in an oval, sometimes in a cushion or in a pear, more rarely in the round.
A common and fully accepted practice is to heat rubies to enhance their colour. Without it, natural gems turn pink and are not very transparent. There is nothing wrong with buying a stone that has been heated; more naturally very intense stones have extremely high prices.

WHAT METALS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH RUBY?

The ruby ​​is particularly well highlighted when it is set in white, pink or yellow gold, as well as in association with silver.

STORIES AND LEGENDS AROUND THE RUBY

The word ruby ​​comes from the Latin “rubber, red.”
The rarity and beauty of ruby, introduced to Europe by the Etruscans and Greeks around 500 BC, has made it an extremely precious stone since ancient times. It is often quoted in the Bible, as in the Book of Isaiah (54), which says, speaking of Jerusalem as the bride of the Lord: “I will be found you on sapphires, I will make you battlements in ruby, your gates in stones. sparkling ”.
In the Middle Ages, the ruby ​​symbolized the blood of Christ and kings wore it on their crowns as a sign of their faith. It is said that a ruby ​​crossed the centuries from the Roman Emperor Augustus, of whom he was the seal, to the kings of France …
The ruby ​​was an important gem in the Hindu religion. It was one of the nine stones representing the planets that influenced the world and was attached to the sun. In ancient India, the discovery of a beautiful ruby ​​gave rise to imposing ceremonies and the stone was dedicated to Krishna.

 

VIRTUES AND BENEFITS OF RUBY

From Antiquity, the ruby ​​was linked to the health of the heart, it was even believed capable of protecting against lightning!
Today, in lithotherapy, it would be used to help treat heart and circulatory problems. Its action would be so powerful that it should be avoided by people with hypertension … That said, it would also have the ability to regulate female cycles, and to fight against fever and infections, even against poisons.
Apart from its curative virtues against physical dysfunctions, ruby ​​would provide many psychological and spiritual benefits. It would prevent nightmares and anxiety. It would bring good luck and be suitable for energetic and ambitious people. He would darken or tarnish in case of danger … and he would even avoid infidelities in the couple!

In Eastern wisdom, the ruby ​​is related to the 4th chakra, that of the heart. It could promote the development of distance vision, facilitate meditation and spiritual enlightenment. In all traditions we find a common point, happiness in all its forms …

ASTROLOGICAL CORRESPONDENCES OF THE RUBY

The ruby ​​is the stone associated with the sign of Leo (July 22 to August 23). Its flamboyant colour reflects the conquering, passionate and proud character of the Lion. In Chinese astrology, it would be the stone of the Dog and would symbolize courage, victory, love and happiness. The ruby ​​would bring good luck to people born in July, and the ruby ​​anniversary denotes the 35th anniversary of marriage.