The king of precious stones

Ruby

Amarin Jewels had the opportunity to work directly and source the rubies used in the Najd collection from Greenland Ruby, which is the world’s most responsible source for Rubies. Greenland Ruby promises Mine-to-market Traceability, and being a proud member of the Responsible Jewelry Council. All Gems over 1 carat are associated with a Certificate of Origin, and Amarin Jewels provides you with an Authenticity Certificate provided and approved by Greenland Ruby.

The King of Precious Stones

In Ancient Sanskrit Ruby has been referred too as “The king of Precious Stones”. It has been also the most sought after gem of all gems. Red is a color that resembles love and/or anger, passion and desire, therefor, Ruby was the original gemstone used in engagement rings, until the diamond rush.

A Burning Birthstone

Rubies are a variety gem of the Corundum Family, the same family in which all sapphires and colored sapphires come from. The most prized Rubies are sourced from Myanmar, Himalayas, Vietnam, Madagascar, Greenland, Thailand, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Kenya and India.

The King of Precious Stones

In Ancient Sanskrit Ruby has been referred too as “The king of Precious Stones”. It has been also the most sought after gem of all gems. Red is a color that resembles love and/or anger, passion and desire, therefor, Ruby was the original gemstone used in engagement rings, until the diamond rush.

"There is a shade of red for every woman."

- Audrey Hepburn

Treasured by ancient civilizations, this red stone was used as a core stone in the British royal jewels and was traded along the Silk Road towards Western China. These fiery stones are thought to signify authority, wealth, and passion.

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