There is such a wide variety of gemstones that you’ll come across one to represent every color across the spectrum. As a result, some people opt for gemstone engagement rings instead of the typical diamond rings. However, not all gemstones are durable; according to the narrator in the video, many rings are marketed as engagement ring options, but they contain gemstones that aren’t necessarily durable such as labradorite, moonstone, opals, pearls, turquoise, etc.
This review will discuss gemstones that can be used in engagement rings.
The first pick for engagement ring gemstones is sapphire. This stone is loved due to its lustrous color helping it change from green to blue depending on the angle. It’s also durable; it has a rating of nine on the Mohs hardness rating.
The second pick for engagement ring gemstones is emerald. This stone is typically available in blue and green with tinges of secondary colors like purple and yellow. On the Mohs hardness scale, it has a rating of between 7.5 and 8.
The third pick for engagement ring gemstones is rubies. The vibrant red color in these stones is associated with revitalizing energy, life force, and vigor. They are also durable, with a rating of nine on the Mohs hardness rating.