Ruby Rings

Welcome to!  Explore the history of ruby rings, understand the various types and treatments applied to main stones, and why rubies may only be the color red.


Modern advances in gemology has led to a boom in synthetic and lab created ruby rings.  This has made them more popular and affordable, however, natural ruby rings can be very rare and expensive.


Here is a high level overview of the ruby ring market using our proprietary data and methodology:

Valuation Range: $350 to $5,000,000+

Market Capitalization:  Unknown

Annual Global Sales:  Approximately $4B to $6B

Carats, most common: 1 to 1.24 carats

Avg price, 1 ct ring:  $2,000 - $3,000

Metals, most common:  White Gold, Yellow Gold, Platinum

Birthstone Month: July

Ruby Color: Red

Spiritual Meaning: Prosperity, Passion, Protection, Happiness

Mohs Scale Hardness: 9

You can jump to a specific section of Ruby Rings topics below:

(1) Description

(2) History

(3) Image

(4) Colors

(5) Types & Treatments

(6) Value You Ruby Ring

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