What are Rubies Used for?

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Rubies are used to make jewelry. Rubies are also used to make lasers. In addition, they are used to manufacture probe tips in a coordinate measuring machine.
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Rubies are used in two different ways. When rubies are manufactured synthetically, it is mainly used for industrial purposes only. On the other hand, when rubies are found in nature, these are the ones used in jewelry.
Rubies are used for many things but most often in America, they are used for creating jewelry. Ruby is a rich royal stone that is also used to make crowns for royalty.
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Rubies are primarily used in rings, bracelets, earrings, pins, any sort of jewelry. Rubies are a beautiful, reddish precious stone used in white or yellow gold.
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Rubies have long been valued as beautiful and rare gemstones. The color of rubies ranges all along the spectrum of red from a light pink to dark purple. Rubies larger than 3 karats,
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Rubies are mainly used in jewelry, such as rings, pendants, earrings, bracelets, etc. They are also used for healing, such as light therapy, see the related link below for more information
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