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Birthstone: July

If you were born in July, your birthstone is the fiery and stunning ruby. Rubies are a variety of the mineral corundum and are known for their rich, deep red color.

Rubies are found all over the world, but the most prized rubies come from Myanmar (formerly known as Burma), where they have been mined for centuries. Other important sources of rubies include Thailand, Sri Lanka, and Madagascar.

In addition to their beauty, rubies have a long and fascinating history. They have been prized by cultures throughout the world for their perceived mystical and healing properties. The ancient Hindus believed that rubies had the power to protect against evil and promote health and longevity.

Today, rubies continue to be highly valued for their beauty and rarity. They are a popular choice for engagement rings and other fine jewelry pieces, and are often paired with diamonds and other gemstones.

When shopping for ruby jewelry, it's important to consider the quality of the gemstone. Look for stones with a deep red color and minimal inclusions or imperfections. Higher quality rubies will have a more vibrant and intense color, and will be more valuable.

Rubies are typically set in a variety of metals, including gold, platinum, and white gold. They are also commonly paired with other gemstones, such as diamonds and sapphires.

While rubies are a durable gemstone, they should be cared for properly to ensure that they remain beautiful for years to come. Avoid exposing them to harsh chemicals or extreme temperatures, and clean them regularly with a soft cloth.

In conclusion, rubies are a beautiful and timeless choice for those born in July or for anyone looking to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to their jewelry collection. With their rich, deep red color and fascinating history, they are a gemstone that is sure to be treasured for generations to come. Just be sure to care for your ruby jewelry properly and look for high-quality stones from reputable sources.

Image courtesy of Royal Jewelry

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