You are a … ruby.
The gemstone of passion, the ruby is actually a red sapphire. Its composition means that it seems to glow from within, adding to its fiery reputation. Rubies are associated with energy, awareness, courage, and wealth. Large rubies are scarce, which means that they can be even more prized than diamonds. The 25.6-carat Sunrise Ruby is one of the most valuable gemstones on Earth.
hah we matched! lol
You are a … sapphire.
Best known as brilliant blue gems, sapphires actually appear in every color except red (those are known as rubies). Second only to diamonds on the hardness scale, these stones are also used in industrial applications and electronics. They symbolize loyalty, sincerity, and integrity and are associated with focus and self-discipline.
I love the sapphire, in fact it's my birthstone. Thanks for taking the quiz, Jan.
You are a … diamond.
The most prized of all gemstones, the diamond is a symbol of eternal love. Ancient Romans even believed that Cupid’s arrows were tipped in these dazzlers. There’s a reason diamonds are the most popular choice for engagement and wedding rings—they’re as tough as nails. The only thing that can scratch a diamond is another diamond.
You are an … alexandrite.
This unusual gemstone is a chameleon: It changes color from blue-green to purplish red depending on the light. That ability comes from the chromium in its unusual composition. The most colorful stones come from Russia’s Ural Mountains; it’s also mined in Sri Lanka, Brazil, and eastern Africa. Alexandrite is said to boost creativity, intuition, and imagination for anyone who possesses one.