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Revel in the Raving Beauty of Ruby Bracelets

Ruby has been considered one of the most valuable gemstones on Earth for thousands of years. Take part in the centuries-long love of ruby with our ruby bracelets! Known as the stone of love, the name "Ruby" was derived from the Latin word "Rubens," meaning "Red." On point, no? Rubies may showcase very different shades of red depending on their origin, as rubies are found in many countries throughout the world.

The gem's intense color was once thought to come from an undying flame inside the stone, while other legends say each stone is a piece of Mars. Wouldn't it be amazing if we traveled to Mars to acquire rubies for our bracelets? That would be something to brag about. You might already have a gorgeous ruby ring, but you can never really have enough of this dazzling gem. Do you have a stunning bracelet too?

Many of the famous "Rubies" in the crown jewels of Europe have since been identified as red spinels or garnets. Is that embarrassing for them or just a fun fact? They're still royal gems. Another belief surrounding ruby is that it should be worn with gold to banish sadness and bring joy. How about a ruby and gold bracelet then? The color of blood, this stone is symbolic of courage and bravery. But it’s also just really pretty. See how our ruby bracelets look on you.