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Gemstones rings have long been a fashion forward statement for both women and men alike. Many men, however, seem to turn and scoff when it comes to the term “gemstone,” thinking that it is a bit too feminine for their wants and desires. This could not be further from the truth. In this brief article we will be exploring the world of gemstone rings and why they are some of the perfect options to match any man’s personal style. 

History of Gemstone Rings

Gemstone jewelry has been around for over 25,000 years. As a result, it is evidence of the history of gemstones with people. Gemstones have been used for everything from jewelry to warfare to medicine all around the world. Egyptians used steatite beads and gemstone jewelry made of carnelian, chalcedony, lapis lazuli, and amethyst as early as 4000 BC. Southern Egypt imported gemstone obsidian for jewelry and weapons at the same time. Furthermore, jewels such as lapis lazuli and ivory in jewelry were used to communicate with gods and goddesses.

The use of gemstones in Chinese history can be seen in the form of gemstone-tipped needles and gem elixirs. The first mention of gemstones in Chinese history is from 3600 BC, when Nephrite Jade was discovered. Jade was also utilized to produce jewelry and implements in China.

In 300 BC, the earliest mention of diamonds in world history was as an export from India. An agate, carnelian, and jasper belt dating from 3000 BC was discovered in an Indian cave. In India, powdered gemstones were also utilized in Ayurvedic medicine. Furthermore, the Hindu Tantric philosophy uses chakra capabilities of gemstones to demonstrate the practice of physical and spiritual qualities.

According to Greek mythology, gemstones contain the powers of Gods and Goddesses. The soldiers were also coated with crushed hematite powder by the Greeks. It was utilized to improve their strength before conflicts. The usage of gemstones in Greek history stretches back to 1600 BC.

Like the Greeks and Egyptians, the Romans believed in the metaphysical properties of gemstones. The first amulet composed of gemstones appeared in 500 BC. Sapphires, garnets, and pearls were used. They were good for both physical and mental recovery.

Gemstones made their imprint on European history throughout the Renaissance. In 11th century Europe, healing crystals were employed for a variety of physical and spiritual remedies. Gemstones would eventually become a part of the trade during the Crusades, in addition to being a part of world history. Clergy members, for example, wore clerical rings. During the crusades, therapeutic rings were also used for healing and romance rings were used for emotional issues.

What Sets Gemstone Rings Apart?

Gemstones speak volume to who you are as a man and what sets you apart from the crowd as well. Gemstones are a great way to use stones as a form of energy balance or protection from negative elements or simply to show off the month that you or someone you love was born. Regardless of your personal style and unique sense of self, there is a perfect gemstone ring out there for you. 

How to Care for Gemstone Rings

To maintain their brilliance, all gemstones require adequate maintenance and cleaning as they are worn on a daily basis. Impurities such as dust, grime, creams, and chemicals can cause your gemstone ring to dull with time. Although many of your favorite gemstones can be cleaned at home and restored to their former luster, you should have them professionally cleaned and inspected at least once every six months. Knowing the differences in gemstone care and cleaning methods is essential for keeping your gemstone rings looking their best. Before cleaning any gemstone, it is important to understand what the gem actually is, and how you need to properly clean it. Not all at-home jewelry cleaners are alike, so make sure you read up on the specific care guidelines before diving in and cleaning away.

The Gemstone Takeaway

Gemstone rings truly are a cut-above-the-rest type of jewelry who have time and again proven that they can stand the test of time. Regardless of what style or gemstone you are seeking, the perfect one is out there to offer you the opportunity to show off who you are as a man. The best way to go about choosing the perfect gemstone is to simply pick one that you like, one that you are personally drawn to, and then you can begin shopping for other elements that you would like to see your ring contain.