What can be used to represent soulful and warm colors of Christmas and preserve its memories for lifetime? How about concentrated red ruby and lush green emerald? Discovered from nature’s womb ruby and emerald rightly symbolize the festive and warm Christmas. On one hand where ruby’s intense red is epitome of sheer passion and devotion, Emerald’s green is symbol of earth’s altruistic and prosperous nature.
While we talk about options available in ruby and emerald jewelry the collection is endless. It starts from simple and classy solitaire designs in rings, pendants and earrings and goes up to eloquent designer patterns. Apart from this there are many options available for baby and kids jewelry such as a snow man or Christmas tree decorated with ruby or emerald accents. Flower and butterfly patterns are equally fascinating for kids as well as teenage girls.
Because these stones are rich and warm in their appearance and color ruby or emerald rings are a good option to gift your girlfriend and wife with. These stones could be rightly used to represent passion and romance. You can choose from daily wear solitaire rings or can go for occasional wear designs such diamond rimmed cocktail rings or multi-stone designs.
Earrings and pendants are a good option for gifting your mother, sister or daughter with. Go for contemporary designs that are versatile enough to go with a variety of outfits and could be matched with other pieces of jewelry. Go for sets instead of individual pieces if you are opting for highly detailed and attention seeking designs. If you are not sure about the taste of wearer simply give them a money voucher to their favorite jewelry store or take them along with you to select for them.
While rubies are hard, emeralds are softer in nature. If emerald is your choice of stone, go for safe options like a pendant and earrings instead of rings. Even if you wish to choose rings, get them set in bezel or gypsy setting. Ruby on other hand is good for all types of options and designs. Both stones are judged on basis of their color. On should look for a gem with a vivid and concentrated primary hue. Additionally emeralds are a bit included than ruby but stone’s rich color makes up for that.
By Nidhi Nangia