A perfect mix of elegant and audacious, this fair trade ruby ring makes a statement – specifically, a statement like those made by women like Ethel Merman or Bette Midler or Cardi B.
Most rubies on the market have been heat treated to remove their crystal inclusions and to alter the color by allowing more light to pass through. We're using untreated rubies in these rings. While traditional treated rubies are beautiful, we think the inclusions and color variations found in these natural rubies retains a uniqueness and a connection to the beauty of the earth that is missing in heat treated stones.
Due to Mother Nature's whims, every stone will vary from what's pictured here.
• Approximately 2.8 ct untreated ruby. Pear shape, rose cut - conflict free
• At largest points, ruby is approx 10.5mm long by 7.5mm wide
• Flat band approximately 1.5mm wide
• 14k yellow gold, matte finish
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Our stones and metals are sourced only from suppliers who guarantee they are conflict-free. Ring is designed and made in our Portland studio.
The Pirum Ruby ring is an original betsy & iya design. Every aspect of this ring is handmade in our Portland, Oregon production studio from design sketches, 3D wax building, to the lost wax casting method, and final finish. All made with so much love.
Please allow 2-4 weeks for production, plus additional shipping time (varies by carrier and service).
Matte Gold: Use a very soft 100% cotton cloth and/or a soft toothbrush with warm water and a gentle soap.
General Care: to clean gold and around the stones, let your piece soak in warm water and gentle soap for at least 15 minutes, then use a soft 100% cotton cloth and/or a soft toothbrush to gently wipe and clean gold and around stones.
We stand by our work and have taken great care to make a solid, long lasting beautiful piece of jewelry. That said, jewelry is not indestructible and extra care should be taken to ensure that your cherished piece remains in great condition for years to come. Stones and metal can become loose, chip, or crack through prolonged heat/cold exposure, contact with harsh chemicals, certain perfumes/lotions, chlorine, or knocking up against another hard surface (e.g. don't wear it while sledding or in the hot tub...); basically, when in doubt, remove your jewelry.Click for more jewelry care information.