Award Winning Ruby & Diamond 3-Stone Ring

Award-winning platinum and 18K yellow gold ring featuring a 3.02 carat oval ruby accented by 0.46 carat total weight of 2 epaulette-cut diamonds and 0.93 carat total weight of 122 round diamonds.

Winner of the 2023 AGTA Spectrum Awards 2nd Place Bridal Wear


Unique Design Traits

A beautifully cut oval ruby weighing over 3 carts makes this design incredibly rare and perfect for collectors.

GRS Gemological Laboratory Report states center ruby is a Mozambique stone with “Pigeon’s Blood” color. Both factors are considered the top designations for rubies. Pigeon’s blood denotes that the ruby is considered entirely red, with no other modifying hues.

 Exceptional craftsmanship can be seen in the hand-drilled and hand-set French pavé work around the diamonds, where very little metal is visible.

Details such as the diamond encrusted knife edge shank, 18K yellow gold prongs and large eqaulette side diamonds elevate this already stunning piece. 

Winner of the 2023 AGTA Spectrum Awards, 2nd Place in Bridal Wear.

Gemstone Details


Celebrated in the Bible and in ancient Sanskrit writings as the most precious of all gemstones, rubies have been the prized possession of emperors and kings throughout the ages. It is no wonder that in the ancient Sanskrit, ruby is called ratnaraj, or “king of precious stones.” Ruby's inner fire has been the inspiration for innumerable legends and myths, and to this day, no red gemstone can compare to its fiery, rich hues. It was believed wearing a fine red ruby bestowed good fortune on its owner - although the owner must have already had good fortune enough to possess such a rare and beautiful gemstone!  

Many people associate its brilliant crimson colors with passion and love, making ruby an ideal choice for an engagement ring. Ruby is the red variety of the corundum mineral species, while all other colors of corundum are called sapphire. It is also the most valuable, all other things being equal.  

This most sought-after gemstone is available in a range of red hues, from purplish red to orangish red. Ruby is readily available in sizes up to two carats, but larger sizes can be obtained. However, in its finest quality, any size ruby can be scarce. In readily available small sizes, ruby makes an excellent accent gemstone because of its intense, pure red color.

Ruby is found throughout Southeast Asia & Africa, with Mozambique, Madagascar and Myanmar (Burma) producing the most exquisite examples of this gemstone.  

Despite all the best efforts of gemstone merchants to use technology to enrich color, fine ruby is still exceptionally rare. After being extracted from the earth, rubies today are commonly heated to high temperatures to maximize the purity and intensity of their red hue. Impurities may also dissolve or become less noticeable after heating. However, heating will only improve the color if the gemstone already contains the chemistry required. Occasionally rubies with small imperfections are permeated with a silicate byproduct of the heating process, which helps to make small fissures less visible. This enhancement, like heating, is permanent and rubies, whether enhanced or not, remain among the most durable of gems.  

Over 95% of the world’s rubies are subjected to heat treatment to improve their color. The rare ruby that comes out of the ground with no further enhancements necessary is a true treasure of nature and amongst the most valuable gemstones on the planet. Its passionate red color makes ruby an ideal choice for a romantic gift that comes with a rich legacy.  
Ruby is the birthstone for July and the gem for the 15th and 40th anniversaries. 


Design Details

Ruby & Diamond 3-Stone Ring
Platinum & 18K Yellow Gold, Size 7
1 Ruby Oval 3.02 ct. (9.46x7.65x4.82mm) - Heated
2 Diamond Epaulette 0.46 ctw. (5.70x2.90mm; F/VS1)
122 Diamond Rd 0.93 ctw. (F+/VVS+)