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What color would you spontaneously associate with love, passion
and power? It's obvious, isn't it? ...Red

   

…and red is also the color of the Ruby,
the birthstone for July,

and considered the king of the gemstones.

(for a full list of birthstones by month click here)

The most important feature of this precious gemstone is color, which primarily determines the price. The brightest and most valuable "red" called pigeon blood-red, commands a large premium over other rubies of similar quality.

Its transparency or clarity  is only of secondary importance. So inclusions do not generally impair the quality, in fact: inclusions within a ruby could be said to be its 'fingerprint', a statement of its individuality and, at the same time, proof of its genuineness and natural origin.

Finally, the cut is essential: only a perfect cut will underline the beauty of this valuable and precious stone in a way befitting the 'king of the gemstones'

The ruby is considered one of the four precious stones, together with  sapphire, emerald, and diamond.  

 

Whether you like the warm elegance of Yellow Gold
prefer the cool allure of White Gold or Platinum
 combine them both with a bi-color jewelry design... 

Traditional or Contemporary...
Dramatic or Understated.....

Reuse, Recycle, Repair, Remount and Redesign 

- Unique and Custom creations are Voyagers specialty -  
unlike most jewelers, we do all work in house and are able to work with existing pieces to  make them "new" again from a good cleaning and polishing  to adding stones or reusing a part of the old design to create a new piece. This ability to create brand new from scratch, innovative designs, to reusing and redesigning existing pieces allows Voyagers to be your personal and full service jewelers.  We do free estimates for any design.

           

As always, we recommend that you regularly have your jewelry checked & inspected.   We can do that while you wait ... as well as keep your jewelry sparkling & clean.....
After cleaning, we will check for any missing stones;  inspect each stone for tightness; and  look for chips, nicks and breakage.
Prongs, shanks and mountings will be inspected for wear and cracks.
If repairs are needed, we will make suggestions and discuss possible options with you.

Click here for more information on having your jewelry repaired.

Click here for more information on having jewelry designed

 

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