A good 75% pure gold (or 750 parts pure gold and 250 parts other metals) White gold is an alloy of gold and at least one other white metal - most often nickel or palladium (both of which act as a bleaching agent to reduce the natural yellow colour of the gold). One of the most valuable gemstones on earth. From the corundum family, the red variety being ruby and the blue, sapphire. With the exception of the diamond, corundum is the hardest of the gemstones on the Mohs scale scoring a 9. A ring given as a symbol of lasting affection, typically set with an unbroken circle of gems.
with over two The unit of weight for a diamond or other gemstone and also for a pearl. Abbreviated 'ct', 1 carat is equal to 0.2 grams. In reference to gold, a unit of purity or fineness of gold and gold alloy, expressed as a number out of 24 parts by weight, e.g. '24 carat' signifies pure gold, '18 carat' 18/24th gold in the alloy, et cetera. Also abbreviated as 'c... More of square cut rubies. These rings look great worn on their own or in a stack with a Blue is the best-known colour for this gemstone but it can be found in all colours of the spectrum. After diamond, sapphire is the hardest gemstone.
, One of the four ‘precious’ stones. An intense, deep green is the most desirable colour for emeralds. Flaws and cloudiness (‘jardin’) are very common in emeralds, so stones are often oiled, irradiated, and dyed to improve their look. Synthetic emeralds have fewer imperfections and are hard to set apart from natural stones. Emeralds belong to the beryl... More and A precious, lustrous gemstone made of highly compressed carbon. Diamonds are one of the hardest materials known to mankind. Colours of diamonds range from colourless, yellow, orange and brown to almost black. Natural coloured (or ‘fancy’) diamonds can be extremely rare. The cut, colour, clarity and carat weight of a diamond are the criteria jewellers use... More A type of ring which is an equal width all the way round. They are traditionally used for wedding rings.
. Eternity bands such as this one cannot be sized.
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Art Deco 18ct White Gold Ruby Eternity Ring
|Date & Origin||Art Deco (1920-1935), English|
|Measurements||Rubies approx total weight 2.30 carats|
Width of band 3.5 mm
|Current Size|| UK M ½ |
Unsure of your size? View our Ring Sizing Chart
|Hallmarks||750 (for 18ct white gold)|
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