Ruby and diamond ring in yellow gold
Beautiful ring made of 14k yellow gold and decorated with a typically red ruby and complemented on each side with a smaller, white diamond. These classic colours and sleek design make it the perfect choice for an anniversary present or a special engagement ring.
This ring is handcrafted at the KLENOTA jewellery studio. If you need to have your ring size adjusted, the first such adjustment is free of charge within 60 days from the time you receive the ring. We will deliver the jewellery to you in an elegant gift box along with a Certificate of Authenticity. Find out more about ring sizes and adjustments in our guide.
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fineness 14 carat 585/1000
diameter 3.0 mm
weight 0.150 ct
diameter 1.4 mm
weight 0.024 ct
Jewellery from the KLENOTA ATELIER
Our atelier is located in the very heart of the Old Town of Prague, an area which has been the centre of Czech goldsmithing and jewellery-making for centuries. The local atmosphere, traditions and history of this craft provide us with inspiration every single day. We build upon honest handcrafting and traditional methods when making jewels. The goldsmiths pay attention to every tiny detail in our workshop. We only work with high-quality materials from verified sources, so your jewels stay beautiful for a long time, even if they are worn every day. We understand selling a piece of jewellery is a lifelong commitment. You may purchase a present for someone close to you in our atelier or something special for yourself, but you will always get professional services for all KLENOTA jewels.
Rubies are one of the three most popular colour gemstones. They are a type of corundum which retains a high degree of lustre even with minimal care. They rate as a 9 on the Mohs scale of hardness and only diamonds are harder than them.
COLOUR: Rubies come in colours ranging from pink to deep red. The most valuable rubies are deep red - the colour of pigeon's blood while light pink rubies are actually designated as sapphires.
CUT: Ruby jewellery is usually set with stones in traditional round or oval cuts. Interesting shapes such as marquise, heart and teardrop are particularly suitable for necklaces and rings.
WEIGHT: The weight of a ruby is expressed in carats (ct) to 2 decimal places - 1 ct = 0.20 g. With earrings and jewellery which have multiple rubies, we always state the total number of carats of all the stones.
CARE: Dip ruby jewellery into warm soapy water and clean it with a soft brush. Protect the stone from pressure and temperature shocks.
In the process of evaluating and certifying diamonds, they are assessed based on four fundamental parameters which are called the 4Cs: cut, clarity, colour, and carat. These four properties then significantly influence the price of a diamond.
CUT: The right cut gives a diamond its radiant lustre. The most popular cut is a round one known as the brilliant cut. Diamonds can also be cut into a wide array of “fantasy” cuts which include the marquise, baguette, heart, teardrop, oval, and princess (a three-sided or four-sided cut with sharp corners which is especially popular for engagement rings).
CLARITY: Clarity is determined by the number, size, and distribution of any inclusions (internal impurities) in a diamond:
- IF (Internally Flawless) – clear diamonds without any inclusions,
- VVS 1, VVS 2 (Very Very Slightly Included) – diamonds with very small inclusions,
- VS 1, VS 2 (Very Slightly Included) – diamonds with small inclusions,
- SI 1, SI 2 (Slightly Included) – diamonds with inclusions which can be seen with a magnifying glass,
- I1, I2, I3 (Included), also labelled as “P” in the Czech Republic – diamonds with medium to larger inclusions visible to the naked eye.
COLOUR: The colour of colourless to yellow diamonds is evaluated based on an international scale:
- D to F – colourless diamonds;
- G to J – near colourless diamonds;
- K to M – diamonds with a touch of yellow;
- N to Z – diamonds with a brown-yellow colour.
Other colours of diamonds are simply called fancy. Some of our colour diamonds are treated to enhance their colour.
CARAT: The weight of diamonds is quoted in carats (ct), expressed to two decimal places, for example 0.25 ct. One (1) ct is equal to 0.2 grams. With earrings and jewellery which has multiple diamonds, we always state the total number of carats of all the diamonds.