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Quartz Ring Information

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About Quartz Rings Back to Top

If you would like to know about quartz rings, you have come to the right place. There are many kinds of quartz gemstone, making it one of the most versatile gemstones for rings, in faceted, cabochon and other styles. Quartz rings are a designer's dream, since quartz can be carved, faceted, cut en cabochon or even made into "raw jewelry" ring styles. There is a quartz ring of pretty much every kind out there, from rose quartz and diamond engagement rings to tiger's eye cabochon pinky rings for men. Quartz rings include amethyst rings, ametrine rings, citrine rings, aventurine rings, hawk's eye rings, prase and prasiolite rings, rutile quartz rings, quartz cat's eye rings, rose quartz rings, rock crystal (colorless quartz) rings and tiger's eye rings. Whatever your jewelry preference, there is definitely a quartz ring out there to suit your taste.

Quartz Ring History Back to Top

Some of the oldest gemstone rings can be seen when gazing into quartz ring history. Along with lapis lazuli and turquoise, quartz was carved and worn in rings by the ancient Egyptians and Greeks. One fine example is an ancient Egyptian gold and carnelian ring which is carved into the image of a cat. The ancient Greeks and Romans also wore yellow gold carnelian rings, often signet rings which were used to sign documents. Other quartz rings that were popular in ancient times were amethyst rings, which were worn by both ancient Egyptians and high ranking Christian bishops. "Eye agate" rings also date back to ancient times. These were fashioned from banded agate that when cut as cabochons, shows a circular pattern like an eye.

Quartz Rings of the Rich and Famous Back to Top

Among the quartz rings of the rich and famous is Australian model and actress, Teresa Palmer's rose quartz, diamond and rose gold engagement ring. At the 2015 Grammys, singer and actress, Jennifer Hudson showed off a stunning octagonal lemon quartz cocktail ring by Jorge Adeler. More recently, Melissa McCarthy dazzled in a yellow dress and a diamond and lemon quartz cocktail ring. For the showing of "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2", Daniella Alonso chose a more colorful floral ring by Parade; an amethyst and citrine quartz ring with diamond accents in rose gold. Another quartz cocktail ring seen on the finger of a celebrity was a rose quartz and pink sapphire cocktail ring by Nafco Gems worn by "Desperate Housewives" star, Teri Hatcher. A large "super seven" quartz ring was worn by Emma Stone at the 2010 MTV VMAs, this is a quartz stone that contains seven materials thought to have beneficial powers (goethite, cacoxenite, rutile, lepidocrocite, amethyst, clear quartz and smoky quartz) in a single stone. Looking at the list of celebrities who have worn quartz rings, it seems that anyone who dares to be different or wants something big and colorful on the red carpet tries quartz rings. Male stars who have worn quartz rings include the King himself; Elvis had a tiger's eye ring and a citrine ring.

Quartz Ring Designs Back to Top
Bronze White Quartz GemSelect Ring
Bronze White Quartz GemSelect Ring
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Some of the most popular quartz ring designs are quartz cocktail rings, since quartz gems can easily be found in large, affordable sizes. Quartz cocktail rings enable anybody to achieve a big impact at a small price, and in many different colors, including colorless crystal quartz and yellow quartz. Indeed, many jewelry lovers do not see the need to buy a large canary diamond, when they can have an emerald-cut lemon quartz cocktail ring at a fraction of the price. Smoky quartz statement rings have become popular since champagne and cognac (or "chocolate and vanilla") diamonds entered the mainstream jewelry market. Clear quartz (rock crystal) is often used as a white diamond replacement since extremely large white diamonds are both hard to find and incredibly expensive. There are many kinds of quartz that are used for men's rings, including tiger's eye, hawk's eye, tiger's eye matrix, carnelian, agate, chrysocolla and smoky quartz. Opaque quartz makes great cabochon rings for men in interesting and unique patterns and colors.

Quartz Ring Buying Guide Back to Top

Any quartz ring buying guide should address the fact that some quartz ring gems are transparent where others are translucent or opaque. Therefore, it is important to know what to expect in a quartz ring. Amethyst, ametrine and citrine rings should have transparent gems. Star rose quartz and cat's eye quartz rings will have translucent gems and aventurine, dumortierite quartz and tiger's eye matrix rings will always contain opaque gems. Though quartz rings are relatively affordable compared to other colored gemstone types, some will cost more than others. For example, citrine, ametrine, amethyst and rose quartz rings may be more highly priced than rock crystal or agate rings. This is because some types of quartz are rarer than others and more popular for jewelry. The top-selling quartz rings are citrine, ametrine, amethyst and rose quartz rings.

How to Wear Quartz Rings Back to Top

For good ideas on how to wear quartz rings, simply look around, since they are everywhere! Quartz rings can be fun statement rings or serious, formal rings. The beauty of quartz gemstone rings is that they are so versatile and colorful that they can be worn with anything and everything by anyone. Gemstone rings of almost every color and style can be fashioned from quartz, so if you have an outfit that is lacking jewelry, simply browse quartz rings. Quartz rings that are suitable for men include tiger's eye rings, hawk's eye rings, cat's eye quartz rings and dumortierite quartz rings. These are mostly rings with gems that show off their special characteristics and color best when cut en cabochon. For faceted quartz men's rings, both white quartz and smoky quartz are popular choices and due to their neutral colors, they can be easily worn with anything. Mystic quartz rings are the most colorful and can show a rainbow color, as well as bright pink or blue-green. These are made from colorless quartz that has a very thin coating and are popular with young people. While quartz rings in general are hard and durable enough for everyday wear, mystic quartz rings should not be scratched or scrubbed, since this can compromise the coating.

Quartz Ring Meanings Back to Top

Quartz ring meanings depend on the exact kind of quartz ring. Rose quartz is widely believed to be a love stone, so it is perfect for eternity rings, anniversary rings and engagement rings. Rose quartz rings are also thought to bring positivity and alleviate negative emotions. Citrine quartz rings are also thought to promote positivity, as well as bringing their wearers success in business. Citrine birthstone rings are worn by those born in November and amethyst is popular for February birthstone rings. Amethyst has long been associated with royalty and sobriety, so it is popular with those who wish to detox and keep a clear mind.

  • First Published: August-18-2016
  • Last Updated: December-19-2019
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