FAQ's about ruby rings

The price of a ruby ring can vary depending on factors such as the quality, size, cut, and design of the ruby gemstone, as well as the materials used in the ring setting. For specific pricing information, please browse our collection or contact our customer service. Leibish, as a reputable company with expertise in gemstones, offers a wide range of ruby rings to suit different budgets and preferences.
Natural rubies are formed in the Earth over millions of years, while synthetic rubies are created in a laboratory. Natural rubies typically exhibit unique imperfections and variations, giving them their distinctive character. Synthetic rubies, on the other hand, are engineered to be flawless and have a more consistent appearance. At Leibish, we specialize in natural, high-quality gemstones, including ruby, ensuring that each ring showcases the exceptional beauty and authenticity of the gemstone.
To properly care for your Ruby ring, it is recommended to clean it regularly using a soft brush, mild soap, and warm water. Avoid exposing your ring to harsh chemicals and high temperatures, as they may damage the gemstone. As a trusted authority in gemstones, Leibish can provide you with detailed care instructions specific to your Ruby ring to help maintain its longevity and brilliance.
Ruby gemstone rings are known for their durability and are suitable for everyday wear. Rubies rank high on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, indicating their ability to withstand normal wear and tear. However, it is always advisable to handle your Ruby ring with care and avoid activities that may subject it to excessive impact or abrasion.
Assessing the quality of a Ruby gemstone involves considering factors such as color, clarity, cut, and carat weight. At Leibish, our expert gemologists meticulously select and grade our gemstones to ensure exceptional quality and value. When browsing our collection, you can trust that each Ruby ring has undergone rigorous evaluation to meet our stringent standards of excellence.