10 Best Gemstone Rings For Women (2023)

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by Suzanne Sachs 5 min read



A gemstone ring can be a timeless choice to represent a couple's relationship and showcase their style and flair. Yet choosing a gemstone ring can vary depending on your personal preferences and style. Understanding what a gemstone ring is, it's meaning along with its symbolism, can help someone decide if it is the best style to represent your timeless journey together. Here are ten gemstone rings that are often sought after by women in 2023.



In this guide, we will explain the following:

  • Why Gemstone Rings?
  • 10 Best Gemstone Rings For Women
  • Sapphire Ring
  • Emerald Ring
  • Ruby Ring
  • Amethyst Ring
  • Aquamarine Ring
  • Opal Ring
  • Turquoise Ring
  • Peridot Ring
  • Garnet Ring
  • Topaz Ring
  • Choosing a Gemstone Ring

Why Gemstone Rings?

Gemstone rings are beautiful pieces that suit every hand shape and skin tone and go well with nearly any fashion preferences and are suitable for nearly any occasion. Each gemstone ring has its own unique characteristics and meanings, allowing the wearer to showcase their preferences and personality through their choice of gemstone which can be passed as an heirloom to a new generation for many more years of glamorous wearing.



10 Best Gemstone Rings for Women

There are many beautiful gemstone rings available and here are ten popular styles that offer timeless beauty...

• Sapphire Ring

Sapphire rings are known for their stunning deep blue hue and can be found in many different colors, including orange, yellow, purple, green, brown, gray, black, and colorless. Sapphires are extremely durable and rank 9 on the Moe's scale of hardness which makes a sapphire ring very resistant to chips and can easily be worn every day without fear of excessive damage.


• Emerald Ring

Emerald rings are known for their vibrant green color and are a symbol of beauty and luxury. With their vibrant green color, emeralds have long been associated with the rebirth, fertility and renewal of the earth and nature.


• Ruby Ring

Ruby rings are known for their deep red color and symbolize passion and love. Rubies are also highly sought after for their durability. Rated as a 9.0 on the Mohs scale of hardness, ruby is only less slightly less hard than diamond, and is very resistant to scratches, cracks, chips, and other damage.


• Amethyst Ring

Amethyst rings are known for its deep intense purple color, amethyst rings add a in Europe were reserved for royalty and charm. With their deep purple color amethyst meanings included service and represent as an antidote or preventative to drunkenness or intoxication.


Suzanne was amazing! I utilized the layaway service and it was a breeze. Ring made its way to Texas and was even more gorgeous in person."
 Chloe G verified buyer

• Aquamarine Ring

With its tranquil blue color reminiscent of the ocean, aquamarine rings evoke a sense of serenity. Aquamarines are a durable gemstone and rank 7.5 to 8.0 on the Moe's scale of hardness which makes which is why so vintage aquamarine rings looks as beautiful today as when it was first made.


• Opal Ring

Opal rings are prized for their iridescent array of colors, making them unique and captivating. Many legends also associate opals with good vision and in many countries, opals were thought to help prevent eye diseases.


• Turquoise Ring

Rich blue hues are the rarest and most valued of all turquoise colors, but turquoise can be readily found ranging from pale whitish to many shades of blue, including robin's egg, powder and sky blue. It is believed to possess protective and healing properties, promoting balance, creativity, and positive energy.


• Peridot Ring

Peridot is a gem-quality variety of the mineral olivine. It is known for its intense green color, which can range from yellowish-green to olive green. Peridot is the birthstone for August, making it a meaningful choice for individuals born in that month. It is also associated with the zodiac sign of Leo. 


My experience with Vintage Diamond Ring was so excellent I really had to think about it for a while. First their selection of jewelry is profound. The quality is superior.”

 Claude P verified buyer

• Garnet Ring

While red is the most well-known color for garnets, they can also be found in shades of green, orange, yellow, and even rare blue. Red garnets, such as the deep red Almandine or the vibrant red Pyrope, are especially popular for rings.


• Topaz Ring

A topaz ring is a stunning and versatile choice, as topaz comes in a variety of colors and offers a brilliant sparkle. Besides blue and yellow, topaz can also be found in shades of pink, peach, orange, and brown. Blue topaz is the birthstone for December, making it a meaningful choice for individuals born in that month. Wearing a blue topaz ring as a birthstone can represent personal connection and bring positive energy to the wearer.


I've purchased two vintage rings from Suzanne over the past decade and my wife has loved both. Great service, communication and speedy delivery.”

 Lee S verified buyer

Choosing a Gemstone Ring

Gemstone rings offer a unique way to express your personal style and flair. With a wide range of colors to choose from, a gemstone ring can be meaningful, treasured pieces of jewelry for you and your partner to enjoy for a lifetime. With so many great reasons to propose with an gemstone ring, more and more couples are expressing their love to one another with these elegant and meaningful jewels.



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Suzanne Sachs

Suzanne has always believed vintage rings can change lives. She's been in the jewelry industry for over 35 years, working with vintage jewelers, diamond dealers, diamond cutters, and gemologists. Suzanne started Artdecodiamonds in 2000 and understood the demand for vintage rings throughout the world. She ultimately started VintageDiamondRing.com in 2014, and understands each vintage ring is a reflection of you – your history, your relationships, your style, your elegance and is honored to have the opportunity to help you showcase your flair in a unique and exquisite way.


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