What is the symbol of ruby? Tell you the story for ruby

Rudy is famous for its hot color and precious meaning and legend of it. Many jewelry makers would like to make ruby inlayed with silver or gold to show its beauty. Then let’s talk about the symbolic meaning and legend of ruby.

First, the symbolic meaning of the English name Ruby, Ruby in the Bible is the most precious of all gemstone beads. Ruby is in red, very hot color, and it allows people to passion, related to love, known as the “love stone”, and a symbol of passion for beautiful, eternal and unchangeable. Ruby is the birth stone for July. Different color of rubies from different countries, but also means a good luck. Red will always be the angel of beauty, rubies jewelry beads wish to send to others the best guide. Ruby red among the most valuable is the color most concentrated, is called “pigeon blood red” gems. This almost could be called crimson bright, strong colors and more to reveal the true face of Ruby’s glance. Unfortunately, most of the ruby color is pale red, pink and feeling, so with pigeon blood ruby hue is all the more valuable. Because Ruby was filled with a strong anger and rich and gaudy colors, the old people think it is the embodiment of the phoenix, it generates a lively fantasy. Legend left chest wearing a ruby ring or brooch worn a ruby will have the magic of turning hostility into friendship.

ruby,gemstone beads

ruby,gemstone beads

Second, the legend of ruby in the Bible Relics, said: “Wisdom is worth more than rubies.” It is obvious that Ruby is very expensive. Moses’s Brother Aaron the holy garments worn by the fourth on the diamonds is the ruby. Jewish gem engraved with the names of their ancestors. Since the ancient Jews announced the establishment of the State of Israel has, these precious stones like amethyst beads have been the most precious treasure the crown. The Bible says, ruby symbol of the Jewish tribes. In the Old Testament “Exodus”, in relation to detailed Xiao Yu obey the Lord, the robe and the badge system. A total of four square badges three rows, representing 12 tribes of the 12 stones, the first is the ruby, showing the importance of its position.