July’s Birthstone: Ruby



Ruby’s vibrant red hue has given the gem its historical association with passion and the heart’s desire. During the Middle Ages and early Renaissance, rubies were considered the wedding stone, as they were thought to keep passion alive and promote lasting love and contentment in marriage. Roman nobles knew the value of the gem; they had intaglio rings carved out of ruby to protect their wealth and health.
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