What Is The July Birthstone?

What Is The July Birthstone?

Euan James Euan James
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What is the July birthstone? Find out all you need to know right here!

The month of July brings with it a striking birthstone - the ruby! Known as the king of gems, the July birthstone is one that leaves the wearer looking bedazzled, irrespective of the type of jewellery it’s incorporated into. So this month’s focus is on that gorgeous red and the beautiful ruby jewellery that you can wear all year round.

Every girl has swooned over these lustrous gems at some point in her life. Whether it was looking through a shop window, watching royalty on TV or admiring one of Victoria Beckham’s 14 engagement rings; the fascination for cardinal glamour will always reign in the fashion world. So without further ado, let’s take a look at the wondrous ways to incorporate it into your style. Find out more about the other birthstones in our birthstone guide.

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Overview:

Significance Of Ruby

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Legends have it that the ruby protects the wearer, giving them the power of decision-making. For this reason it was most commonly worn by nobles and royals in the middle ages. Even today, across cultures, the ruby is associated with financial decision making and power. Because of its blood-like red colour, it is also believed to bring good health and healing.

Rubies are also considered to be cupid’s gem, recommended to those who are looking for love! This is another reason why ruby ruby engagement rings are so popular amongst modern couples. When actor Orlando Bloom popped the question to his long-time love, singer Katy Perry he did so with a radiant oval ruby ring surrounded by round cut diamonds in the formation of a flower. The supposedly vintage engagement ring became and even more fitting choice when it was revealed that Bloom proposed to the Grammy-nominee on Valentine's Day. How romantic!

Ways To Wear Your Rubies

what is the july birthstone

The sheer elegance of a ruby gemstone can take your look from a boardroom to a ballroom! Beautiful in appearance and versatile in styling, it will always be an option when it comes to accessorising.

Ruby Pendants

what is the july birthstone

One of the most subtle ways to adorn a ruby is to wear it in a delicate pendant. Some rubies have blue undertones, giving them a deep and radiant appearance, which pairs well with warm-toned metals such as yellow and rose gold. Wear your pendant with solid coloured outfits for a pop of colour or as an accent in patterned looks. Exuding of elegance, these ruby pendants are also the perfect addition to any formal ensemble.

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Ruby Rings

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Because of its brilliant nature, it sits beautifully in a ring. Adorn your fingers in these glimmering red gems and make a statement like no other with ruby rings. While stunning as a single setting, rubies do pair well with other gemstones too. The most classic combination being that of rubies and diamonds, set in a sparkling silver base. The brightness of the white diamonds and sterling silver will make the blood-red stones pop. Of course, it looks equally stunning in other metal colours, including rose gold and yellow gold for anyone after a warmer feel.

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Ruby Necklaces

what is the july birthstone

There’s nothing like bold ruby necklaces to make a fashion statement. Since time immemorial, rubies used as the focal point of a necklace have given off an aura of magnificence and majestic grace. Taking from that tradition comes the tendency for the red rock to be worn at most red carpet events in the most creative and eye-catching ways. These pieces are heavier with a larger gravitas and best suited for special occasions.

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Ruby Earrings

what is the july birthstone

Ruby earrings have long been cherished as an elegant jewellery piece, and today’s trends continue to reserve a spotlight for them. Earring styling allows a host of options when it comes to rubies, with various styles, shapes and sizes on offer. If you know anyone with July as their birth month, then you can not go wrong with a pair of subtle ruby studs as a gift. Though simple and delicate, their blood-red colour will shine through making a statement that any loved one will adore. If you’re looking for a bolder option a pair of drop earrings or standout diamond halo studs will surely turn heads.

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Savvy Tips For Ruby Shopping

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Like diamonds, you must also consider the 4 C’s when it comes to this birthstone.

Cut: How the stone is cut, and its overall shape and quality. Some cuts allow the stone to appear a little larger than most, so be wise in picking yours!

Colour: Rubies have all types of undertones. While most are usually a cooler, blue undertone, others have a warmer hue and radiance. We suggest picking an undertone that matches your skin tone to really make that ruby pop.

Clarity: No one likes a cloudy stone! Find one that shines like a brilliant diamond.

Carat: The size and weight of the stone factor in here.

If you’re a July born jewellery lover, or simply have an eye for the striking red colour, be sure to check out our extensive ruby jewellery collection online and in-store today at your closest Shiels location.

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