Three Stone Marquise Ruby Antique-Inspired Engagement Jewelry (8)

About Three Stone Marquise Ruby Antique-Inspired Engagement Jewelry

Engagement rings have been the ultimate symbol of love for thousands of years. In ancient Egypt, they wore rings on the third finger of the left hand to mark where the "vein of love" went directly to the heart, starting a tradition that continues today. When pledging your love with a unique engagement ring, you are starting your own family tradition. The most important value factor to consider when shopping for three stone marquise ruby antique-inspired engagement jewelry is the quality of the center stone. Gemvara hand-selects top quality conflict-free gems that are expertly cut for maximum beauty. Bold and passionate, ruby is the gem of the heart. Gemvara's rubies are a pure vivid red with no overtones. Ruby is July's birthstone, and the 15th and 40th anniversary gem. Marquise cuts have a romantic history: they were created to pay tribute to a beautiful noblewoman's smile. Our unrivalled selection of engagement rings by David West, Bijoux & Bijoux, Jeet Palavwala, and other talented jewelry designers means you can find an engagement ring that perfectly symbolizes your relationship. The trio of gems in our three-stone jewelry styles can represent the past present and future. Because antique jewelry is used, it may not fit you or your modern lifestyle. Gemvara's antique inspired collection has the look you love with modern wearability and craftsmanship. Clean three stone marquise ruby antique-inspired engagement jewelry with mild dish soap: use a soft brush where dust collects. When taking off your engagement ring, don't pull on the gemstone: this won't damage the gem but it can, over time, stretch the metal that holds it in place, making the setting less secure. Be careful when removing your ring to wash your hands. Don't leave it on the rim of a sink where it can slip down the drain! Gemvara's fine quality three stone marquise ruby antique-inspired engagement jewelry are designed to be passed down for generations to come, crafted by hand in the United States.


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