Your Guide To Birthstones

Your Guide To Birthstones

Birthstones, linked to specific months, are believed to bring luck and unique benefits to wearers. Each month has an associated gemstone. Wearing one's birthstone in jewelry is a personalized and symbolic way to celebrate birthdays, with various colors and properties adding meaning with each gem.

January - Garnet

The deep red garnet, in particular, is often associated with love, passion, and enduring commitment. Its vibrant color has made it a symbol of deep affection and romance throughout history. Garnet is also believed to symbolize friendship, trust, and loyalty, making it a popular choice for gifts between friends.

February - Amethyst

Amethysts are often associated with spiritual and metaphysical properties. They are believed to have a calming and soothing effect, promoting balance and harmony. Some people use them for meditation and to enhance spiritual awareness.

March - Aquamarine

The calming and serene color of aquamarine is often associated with qualities like peace, tranquility, and harmony. It is believed to have a soothing effect on the wearer, promoting a sense of calmness. It also symbolizes happiness and everlasting youth.

April - Crystal Quartz

Crystal quartz is said to be a master healing stone that can amplify energy, promote clarity of thought, and balance emotions.  It is also a versatile and timeless stone that can be worn for any occasion.

May - Emerald

Emerald is said to be a symbol of wealth and power, emeralds are often associated with love and renewal. Their lush green color is reminiscent of nature and growth, symbolizing vitality and the renewal of life.

June - Pearl

Pearls have long been associated with purity and innocence. They are celebrated for their timeless and natural elegance. Their lustrous surface and unique iridescence have made them a symbol of beauty and sophistication.

July - Ruby

The rich red color of rubies has long been associated with passion and love. Rubies are often considered a symbol of deep emotion and romance, making them popular choices for engagement rings and other romantic jewelry.

August - Peridot

Peridot has been associated with prosperity and good fortune in various cultures. It was believed to bring luck and success to the wearer, especially in matters of financial and personal success. It is also believed to promote inner strength and self-confidence.

September - Sapphire

Sapphire is said to represent wisdom, truth, and loyalty, making it a popular choice for expressing sincere feelings and celebrating important relationships. Often associated with royalty and have been used in the crowns and jewelry of monarchs throughout history. The British Crown Jewels, for example, feature several notable sapphires.

October - Opal

Opal is said to represent creativity, inspiration, and imagination, making it a popular choice for artists and visionaries. ometimes called the "stone of happy dreams."

November - Citrine

Citrine has been associated with prosperity, success, and abundance. It is believed to bring positive energy and wealth to the wearer, making it a popular choice for jewelry meant to attract success and good fortune.

December - Turquoise

Turquoise is said to represent protection, healing, and wisdom, making it a popular choice for those seeking spiritual and emotional balance.  Turquoise is often considered a symbol of friendship and loyalty, and is sometimes called the "stone of the sky."  

'My People' Collection

The "My People" collection allows you to customize your necklace with your birthstone or of those you love, to always keep them close.