We often wear gemstone rings studded with Sapphires, Topazes or Rubies on different occasions. These stones are basically mineral forms of corundum, an aluminum oxide (Al2O3). The mineral is called Ruby or Sapphire depending on the kind of light it was able to reflect back. A red mineral corundum is always called a Ruby while the rest other shades are classified either as Sapphires or Padparadschais. Gemstone rings should be worn according to one’s zodiac sign, one popular belief says, and Sapphires work out best for those individuals who had an Aquarius sign

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Blue Topaz and Diamond Engagement Ring

The sky-blue topaz, cherished as one of the most crowd-pleasing semi-precious stones on Earth, makes the perfect accompaniment for a meritorious engagement ring. This enthralling jewel with sparkling diamond accents is designed to be your best-loved piece of jewelry to eternity. 

Red Ruby 6-Prong Solitaire Ring

Six sturdy prongs along a basket setting grips this large 10 millimeter round ruby gemstone in 14-karat yellow gold. Shaping onto a slender straight gold band, this classic beauty caters to the brilliance of contrasting widths from center to band to best showcase the astonishing center stone in all its glory. This candy-like treasure is easily love at first sight.

Sapphire and Diamond Engagement Ring

A 5 millimeter round cut sapphire is centered with 6 prongs on this ornately styled antique fashion engagement ring. Adorning the center stone are 26 additional natural earth grown side diamonds. Each precious stone is placed into careful locations throughout the intricate design.