The Month Of Celebrations

This is a month of celebrations, whether it’s a birthday, wedding, or even poolside outing, parties will be sure to fill your summer days. When the sun is beaming down, and you’re surrounded by the people you love, it is a tell-tale sign that summer is officially here! It is time to relax by the pool, head to the beach, or just anything allowing you to enjoy the fresh outdoors. The 4th of July is right around the corner and a holiday celebrated with family and friends. Along with the burgers and hot dogs, fireworks are a staple (insert fireworks emoji) The beautiful colors as they ignite in the sky; many are red just like this month’s birthstone, ruby, a bright pinkish-red sure to make a statement.

We will be closed Sunday, June 30th – Sunday, July 7th & will reopen Monday, July 8th at 10 am​

July Birthstone:


We love (red) fireworks because they remind us of July’s brilliant birthstone, ruby. The word ruby comes from the Latin word, Rubens which means red, although rubies can be pink, too. As beautiful as they are, almost all rubies have flaws; those without imperfections are rare, and priced higher than some diamonds! Rubies are often related to happiness, embracing the essence of life because of their brilliant color. If there is one gemstone that represents the passion of love, it is definitely the ruby. According to ancient folklore, people of India believed rubies would help them be at peace with their enemies. A ruby amulet, pendant, or charm is believed to bestow harmony, success, emotional balance, and contentment to its wearer. As a symbol of enduring love, rubies are believed to enhance one’s powers of seduction and ensure everlasting passion.

Fun Facts:

  • Rubies symbolize power and protection. 
    • When worn as a talisman, ruby was believed to help protect warriors in battle.
      • A modern allusion to this legend is in The Wizard of Oz because Dorothy’s “ruby” slippers were thought to protect her from evil. 
  • Rubies are considered to be the most valuable colored gemstone, costing more than both sapphires and emeralds of a similar size and quality.
  • Rubbing a ruby on one’s skin can improve physical and mental health by purging the body of toxins and revitalizing energy. 
  • For centuries, royalty has emphasized their ruling status by wearing the crimson colored gems in their crowns, jewelry, and vestments. 
    • This is to help enhance their wisdom when faced with crucial decisions, especially regarding financial matters, and fuel sexual ambition in men.

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