GOLD AND DIAMONDS
Easy to distinguish because of its red color, the ruby is among the precious stones, the most popular in the world.
Is the red corundum, the name of which comes from the Latin rubens (red, don't).
The ruby is considered to be a symbol of nobility. It is the stone of vitality, a symbol of enthusiasm, joy of life, joy and freedom, the ruby is a symbol of love and passion, strength and health in the physical world, passion, happiness, faith. But it also has aphrodisiac properties.
When love is passionate, behold, the gift comes in a ruby.
A gem has always been the protagonist of the scene, which refers to the elegance, perfection, and refinement.
Gem that defeats evil, a symbol of divine revelation, the emblem of chastity, wealth, spirituality and kindness.
With its intense green colour has become synonymous with spring, rebirth, hope; it also means beauty, honor, goodness, and faithfulness.
Behold, the emerald can be given as an engagement ring, a symbol of truth and fidelity (the tradition tells that if the bride had betrayed her future husband, the gem would have crumbled into a thousand fragments).
The Sapphire is one of the precious stones, the most lustrous of all.
There are two theories exciting about the etymology of the name sapphire. The first argues that the sapphire is called so for its intense blue color, in Latin sappheiros.
Others argue that the basis of the etymology of the word " sappheiros there is the sanskrit word sanipriya, which means consecrated to Saturn, in fact, sapphire is indicated, just as the stone representative for this planet.
Considered a talisman that protects from evil spirits and other unsavory creatures of the night, it is a good luck charm for travellers and researchers. In relationships, this stone symbolizes sincerity and serenity, while it Represents the faithful love if given as an engagement ring.
Famous variety of quartz, the amethyst is among the precious stones used in jewelry production. The origin of the name of this gemstone comes from the Greek amethystos, which in ancient Greece meant not drunk. According to the myth, in fact, Amethyst was a nymph who made you fall in love with Bacchus. The nymph, to escape the courtship unwelcome of Bacchus, he turned to Diana, who transformed it into a glass. The angry god poured wine over the stone, giving it the violet colour, and the power to protect from the effects of alcohol in the drink, so dear to him.
The amethyst is the stone associated with the birthstone for the month of February. It is a symbol of wise choices and reflect upon headlines, changes with time and dedication, balance.