Ruby Bracelets and other natural ruby items: ruby rings,
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Red corundum has been popularly known as ruby for thousands of years. Transparent red corundum is extremely rare in nature. As a result, natural ruby gemstones are considered to be one of the rarest and most valuable of all gemstones! Ruby is still being mined today at several locations around the world. We specialize in unheated and untreated real ruby that was mined in the earth!
Right now, we are offering natural raw ruby pieces in all sizes including some very rare large ruby mineral specimens & large ruby crystals weighing over 10,000 carats each!
Each of our ruby bracelets is set with genuine ruby gemstones. Our ruby gemstones are mined in Mozambique, Burma, Vietnam, Thailand, Africa, Madagascar, and in India. Here at mineralminers.com, we do not have any lab-created ruby, we have no glass filled ruby, and we do not have any diffusion treated ruby, guaranteed!
We specialize in genuine ruby bracelets. We have a selection of different sizes, styles and shapes available in handcrafted ruby bracelet designs.
Each of our bracelets is handcrafted in 925 sterling silver, and then set with genuine gemstones!
See our page with links to gemstone bracelets of all gem varieties! Our gemstone bead bracelet page displaying a variety of different natural gem materials handcrafted into beads and then strung in gemstone bead bracelets.
We have a large selection of natural opal bracelets in several different styles, each one set with beautiful opal gems showing amazing natural color play inside!
See our selection of genuine meteorite bracelets set with authentic Gibeon meteorites, Campo del Cielo meteorites & Sikhote Alin Meteorites as well as with sawn & etched meteorite slices!
We have in stock genuine gemstone sterling silver bracelets in more than 50 different natural gem materials!
Follow any linked image below to see a selection of superior quality handcrafted gemstone bracelets.
For more information about natural ruby and its history, physical properties, chemistry, occurance, and metaphysical uses be sure to see our ruby information page.
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We do have additional inventory of natural ruby bracelets in stock including genuine Mozambique ruby bracelets, so be sure to let us know if you have any ruby bracelet requests.
We have a large variety of natural gemstone bracelet designs available with many different kinds of natural gemstones. Our selection of natural color aquamarine bracelets are available with several different aquamarine gemstone shapes and sizes to choose from in both 14k gold and in sterling silver.
We also have genuine amethyst bracelets in sterling silver set with natural amethyst gemstones mined in Brazil. See our genuine tanzanite bracelets set in 925 sterling silver with beautiful tanzanite rough and cabochon gemstones mined in Africa. Our selection of genuine emerald bracelets is available with emerald cabochon gems set in 925 sterling silver. We have a large selection of styles and sizes available in genuine moldavite bracelets.
Our selection of natural color gemstone bead bracelets is available with natural gemstone beads in a variety of gem materials, and we also have natural moonstone bracelets available in handcrafted 925 sterling silver designs.
We have a large selection of natural color tourmaline bracelets in stock, including handcrafted watermelon tourmaline bracelets with natural green and pink colors!
See also our natural color sunset tourmaline bracelets with beautiful peach-pink hues, and our natural color green tourmaline gemstone bracelets in all shades from wonderful mint greens to rich dark greens!
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