Birthstone Jewelry


May Birthstone: Emerald Jewelry, Meaning, Facts and Its History Birthstone Jewelry

A favorite among celebrities, the emerald is May’s birthstone, and the bright green precious stone has a history of meaning  rebirth and love. Emeralds have for long been seen as a symbol of mercy, compassion, and universal love. History of Emeralds The name “emerald” comes from the ancient Greek word for green, “smaragdus.” Emerald was said to be the gemstone of the goddess Venus (the goddess...

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What is the Significance of Opal? Birthstone Jewelry

The immensely popular “Queen of Gems” or the opal, a birthstone for those born in the month of October (and traditionally, a gift given for someone’s 14th wedding anniversary), is a sight to behold. However, with so many different definitions, meanings, derivations, misconceptions and preconceived notions floating around about the gemstone, we thought it would be a good thing to try and put things in black...

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March’s Birthstone Aquamarine and Everything That’s Special About It Birthstone Jewelry

            March’s birthstone is aquamarine and there are a lot of interesting facts about the blue stone. Aquamarine has a hue that ranges from pale to deep blue. It is most often light in tone but the color usually looks more intense in larger stones. March in fact has two birthstones associated with it, the second being bloodstone (a dark-green...

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Amethyst Jewelry – All About February’s Birthstone and It’s Symbolism Birthstone Jewelry

The birthstone of February is amethyst and there’s a lot to say about the purple-hued stone. Amethyst is made of quartz – the second most abundant material found in the Earth’s crust – and it comes in a variety of purple tones that ranges from a blend of deep violet and red to a lighter lilac hue. The American Gem Society said the gemstone can actually range from...

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Birthstone Jewelry

August’s birthstone is the magnificent Peridot. Peridot has been mined for over 4,000 years and is even spoken of in in the old testament. The peridot gemstone was worn and loved by Egyptians, and was known as the gem of the sun. Thought to ward off evil spirits, this lovely pale green precious stone does not disappoint when set in a unique piece of jewelry....

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Diamonds Truly are an April Birthday Girl’s Best Friend Birthstone Jewelry

For those fortunate to be born in April, they are timely enough to have the most esteemed stone of all as their birthstone, the diamond. When we all think  about diamonds, most of us think luxury and expensive jewelry, which is reserved  for special occasions. Indeed, diamonds are the most coveted crystal, deemed as the “King of all Birthstones,” however they are also April’s birthstone...

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Amethyst, February’s Birthstone Birthstone Jewelry

February’s birthstone is the magnificent, Amethyst. This gorgeous gemstone is not only popularly worn by those lucky enough to have a February birthday, but by just about everyone! In fact, purple is one the most popular favorite colors in the world, so its no wonder so many people absolutely adore Amethyst. Not only is it loved for its color, but the fact that it is so widely...

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January’s Biblical Birthstone Birthstone Jewelry

January’s birthstone is the magnificent garnet.  The word garnet comes from the Latin word granatus, meaning “seed-like,” referring to a pomegranate seed.  Just like the pomegranate, this stone has a vast history dating back to biblical times. It is believed that Noah’s ark used a garnet lantern to guide its way and that Aaron’s breastplate included this precious stone as one of twelve gems. Nobility...

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The Health Benefits of October’s Birthstone: Will it be your GO TO detox this month? Birthstone Jewelry

October is a month which is adorned with two birthstones, Opal and Tourmaline. The more well recognized of the two is Opal. Opal is a radiant gemstone formed by non-crystalline silica gel. The particles are packed together in specific arrangements giving it its characteristic luminosity. Opal is often the most common purchase for an October birthstone, but its sister birthstone is equally beautiful  and even has...

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