Ruby has accumulated a host of legends over the centuries. People in India believed that rubies enabled their owners to live in peace with their enemies. In Burma (a ruby source since at least 600 AD—now called Myanmar), warriors possessed rubies to make them invincible in battle. However, it wasn’t enough to just wear the rubies. They had to insert them into their flesh and make them part of their bodies.
The name ruby comes from the Latin word ruber, which means “red.” The glowing red of ruby suggested an inextinguishable flame burning in the stone, even shining through clothing and able to boil water.
It’s almost here — the PANDORA Summer 2015 Ring Promotion
Purchase any two PANDORA rings from July 2, 2015 to July 12, 2015 and get one ring free!
*Free ring(s) must be of equal or lesser value to the least expensive ring purchased. Valid only at participating PANDORA retailers. While supplies last. Void where prohibited. Not valid with any other PANDORA promotion, offer or prior purchases. No rainchecks. See store for details.
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Make a statement with a ring stack that is the #ArtofYou.
We would like to remind everyone that our store will be closed from Sunday, May 24th and will re-open on Monday June 1st. We apologize for any convenience that this may cause.