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January - Garnet


Symbolic of prosperity and good health, January’s crimson birthstone
traces back the Bronze Age used in Ancient Egyptian jewelry. During the
Middle Ages, it was exchanged to signify trust and affection.

February - Amethyst


Thought to provide healing and calmness,
amethyst amulets were often worn by medieval soldiers for protection. A
type of quartz, February’s vibrant purple birthstone was a favorite of
both St. Valentine and Leonardo da Vinci.

March - Aquamarine


A treasured gem of ancient seafarers,
the March birthstone derives from the Latin word aqua, meaning water,
and was believed to have calming effects on its wearer. Aquamarine is a
variety of beryl and features clear, bright colors and good

April - Diamond


Treasured for rarity, brilliance, and
durability, April’s birthstone is symbolic of eternal love and balance.
Ancient civilizations believed that diamonds were lighting on earth.
Made of just one element, carbon, it’s the hardest gemstone.

May - Emerald


The vibrant green hue symbolizes new
beginnings and loyalty. May’s birthstone was a favorite of Egyptian
pharaohs, especially Cleopatra. Emerald is a variety of beryl and the
finest-quality emeralds have vivid, saturated color.

June - Pearl


The lustrous pearl is a rare gift from
the sea and is only gemstone made by living creatures. June’s birthstone
symbolizes purity and innocence; ancient Greece believed they were
heartfelt tears of the gods.

July - Ruby


The lustrous pearl is a rare gift from
the sea and is only gemstone made by living creatures. June’s birthstone
symbolizes purity and innocence; ancient Greece believed they were
heartfelt tears of the gods.

August - Peridot


In Hawaii, the August birthstone is
symbolic the volcano goddess, Pele, and thought to ward off evil
bringing good fortune to its wearer. Like diamonds, this rare gem forms
deep in the earth, but only surfaces during volcanic eruptions.

September - Sapphire


Known for a velvety-blue hue,
September’s birthstone is a symbol of nobility and sincerity bringing
wise judgment to the wearer. Like rubies, sapphires are a variety of
corundum, a mineral with great hardness well suited to everyday wear.

October - Opal


Symbolic of hope and loyalty, October’s
birthstone stands out for the fiery range of colors contained within a
single stone. During the Middle Ages, it was believe this stone brought
good luck to the wearer.

November - Citrine


Symbolic of happiness and vitality,
November’s birthstone ranges from pale yellow to orange in color caused
by traces of iron in the quartz crystals. Known as the “healing quartz”
for its ability to soothe and calm.

December - Topaz


Blue topaz is one of December’s
birthstones along with tanzanite and turquoise, and symbolizes long
life, wisdom, and knowledge. Found in a wide range of hues from deep
London blue to paler sky blue, its versatility allows it to be cut in a
wide variety of shapes. The ancient Greeks believed that topaz gave
strength to the wearer. This stone comes in almost every color on the
spectrum and high quality examples will have bright color and good

Birthstone Jewelry Gift Ideas.

Birthstone jewelry is an intimate non expensive way to show someone that you are thinking of them. You can get a pair of earring, a pendant, a tennis bracelet a fancy ring. Just about anything.

A little research about the gemstone makes for a great story. Here is an example of a Peridot. Peridot is best known for its yellowish green color. Peridot is the gem variety of the mineral olivine. Its chemical composition includes iron and magnesium, and iron is the cause of its attractive yellowish green colors. The gem often occurs in volcanic rocks called basalts, which are rich in these two elements. 

Peridot is a well-known and ancient gemstone, with jewelry pieces dating all the way back to the Pharaohs in Egypt. The gem variety of the mineral Olivine, it makes a lovely light green to olive-green gemstone. The intensity of color depends on the amount of iron present in a Peridot’s chemical structure; the more iron it contains the deeper green it will be. The most desirable color of Peridot is deep olive-green with a slight yellowish tint. Deeper olive-green tones tend to be more valuable than lighter colored greens and yellowish-greens.