Red hot rubys


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To spice up your romantic life, try Rubies, as did the Greeks over 2,500 years ago. When they first discovered this shiny red rock, they named it Ruby, which means red in Greek. They thought this was a gift from the gods and therefore, must have purpose. They quickly realized it was one of the toughest and most versatile stones ever found. And therefore, much folklore began to grow. For example, the color red was known to ignite passion and because of Ruby's brilliance and color, they considered it to be "frozen fire." Fire, heat, red... passion. So when Ruby was given as a gift, the suitor's intentions were made quite clear!

Brad Congress