Thinking of buying a ruby ring? Rubies symbolise love so they make perfect gifts any time of year. They’re also the July birthstone. Here are our 10 best ruby rings in the UK based on customer reviews and popularity.
1. Ruby Diamond Halo
This exquisite ruby halo design is sparkling red and ultra-glam. The central stone has a breathtaking halo of diamonds encircling it, enhancing the ruby’s deep red hues.
2. Oval Ruby Halo
This breathtaking oval halo ring is contemporary yet timeless. With an oval cut red ruby in the centre, it’s set off by dazzling diamonds in a halo and as sidestones on the band.
3. Eternity Ring
If you’re seeking luxury, you’ll fall in love with this ruby eternity ring. A stunning work of art, it is crafted by hand using round cut gems 18K white gold channel setting.
4. Royal Ruby Ring
Pictured here alongside a diamond ring, this royal red ruby ring is utterly elegant. Featuring the same design as Prince William and Kate Middleton’s blue sapphire engagement ring, the centre gem is surrounded by 12 diamonds. Available in platinum and 18K yellow and white gold.
5. Ruby With Sidestones
Set in white gold, this intricate ruby ring is handcrafted with a diamond halo and sidestones for a beautiful vintage-style look.
6. Dainty Gift Ring
This petite “emerald cut” (rectangular) ruby looks superb on the hand. A very special piece, its dainty design has the effect of elongating the fingers and making your hand look graceful.
7. Trilogy Ring
This ruby trilogy ring makes the perfect gift for someone you love. The three red gems represent the past, present and future so it’s a perfect symbol for an anniversary or birthday.
8. Classic Ruby Ring
9. Four-Stone Ring
These four gleaming red rubies have been picked by hand to create a classic and eye-catching ring. With sparkling diamonds in between, this ring is set in pristine white gold.
10. Stacking Ring
We’ll finish this dainty little ruby piece which is a perfect birthday treat! It’s a best seller because it looks ultra-femine, trendy and luxurious.
All prices were quoted correctly on 7th June 2022 but may change at any time after this date.