July gift guide
We invite you to get creative with the theme. As the name Ruby is derived from the latin word Ruber, which means red, you could easily look at some of our red jewellery. For example Monika Jacubek’s gold and red resin cone ring is a great option for a lady with a taste for the contemporary.
Wear it on its own or pair it with matching earrings or a necklace:
Historically red spinel was often mistaken for ruby and many of the British crown jewels sport red spinel. Have a look at Sophia Epp's delicate red spinel earrings and matching ruby necklace.
Eric Urbschat makes this very attractive and festive necklace with interlinking circles made in iron and accented with bright red lacquer dots
And Ursula Mullers cheerful red anodised aluminium work is perfect for everyday - well worth considering for the more practically minded.
We've loads more ideas - so have a look online at our collection of ruby jewellery or venture out and browse our red jewellery and artwork. Or book your appointment to view in person: