GARNET


JANUARY BIRTHSTONE

Overview

This emphatic gemstone Natural Garnet is the birthstone for January borns and is associated with the second anniversary of marriage. Natural " Garnet" derived its name from the Latin word " Garantus", which translates into modern English as "seedlike". This comparison makes perfect sense, since small garnets resemble the bright red seeds found in pomegranate. Throughout history, garnet has been a prominent gem.

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AMETHYST


FEBRURARY BIRTHSTONE

Overview

The most popular variety of quartz is amethyst, which is known for its stunning color. This stunning semi-precious stone is formed in "hollow rocks," which are geodes. They grow underground in long prismatic clusters above the geode base and can be found all over the world. This gemstone is usually found as a six-sided crystal with a crystalline crust that covers other rocks. The pyramid-shaped crystal formations are used to make the majority of amethyst jewelry accessible.

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AQUAMARINE


MARCH BIRTHSTONE

Overview

The stunning sea-blue coloured gemstone Aquamarine gets its name from the Latin word aqua Marinus, which means "seawater." It belongs to the beryl mineral family. The presence of iron during the stone's formation gives it a distinct color. Aquamarine comes in a variety of colors, from pale blue to blue-green or teal. The most valuable and coveted are those with a dark and deeply saturated blue tone.

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EMERALD


MAY BIRTHSTONE

Overview

Natural Emerald comes from the same mineral that produces Aquamarine, Morganite and Yellow Beryl; "BERYL". Emeralds are known for their stunning smooth and breathtaking greenish color, which is caused by trace element chromium and vanadium, which gives it its vibrant color on rare occasions. Natural Emeralds are part of the 'big three' cardinal precious stones globally (Ruby, Sapphires and Emeralds).

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PEARL


JUNE BIRTHSTONE

Overview

Since ancient times, the pearl has been treasured for its beautiful sheen and unparalleled beauty. Spiritual transformation, purity, clarity, and wisdom have all been linked to this intriguing sea pearl. The pearl was thought to represent the moon in various ancient societies and was thought to have magical properties. This lovely stone was also believed to be the symbol of water and women.

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RUBY


JULY BIRTHSTONE

Overview

Ruby is derived from the Latin word ruber, which means "red." Ruby is known as the "king of gems" in Sanskrit texts. This majestic gemstone comes in a variety of red shades, ranging from pinkish to bluish red. Ruby, like sapphire, is a variety of corundum, one of the world's hardest minerals. Rubies have been treasured possessions of many kings and queens since the dawn of civilization.

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PERIDOT


AUGUST BIRTHSTONE

Overview

August's captivating birthstone, Peridot, has been appreciated for its beauty since antiquity. This gem is created deep under the earth's mantle and is a variation of the mineral olivine. Volcanic action brings it to the surface. Peridots have also been discovered in pallasite meteorites, which contain traces of our solar system's genesis, as exciting as that may sound.

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SAPPHIRE


SEPTEMBER BIRTHSTONE

Overview

Since time memorial, Sapphire has been treasured for its captivating beauty and exoticism. Natural Sapphire gemstone's rich color and stunning brilliance make it popular among modern jewelry designers. Sapphires come in every color of the rainbow, from deep blues to pretty pinks, and are an incredible alternative to diamonds.

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TOURMALINE


OCTOBER BIRTHSTONE

Overview

Natural Tourmaline is a splendid semi-precious gemstone popularly known for its vast and diverse color spectrum. Tourmaline's chemical composition includes a group of mineral species that are closely related, sharing the same crystal structure and the existence of a complex mixture of other elements such as calcium, manganese, and iron are mainly responsible for the color of tourmalines.

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OPAL


OCTOBER BIRTHSTONE

Overview

Opal is a stunning semi-precious gemstone that has captivated people for generations thanks to its unique beauty. It's known for its vibrant color play, which has been compared to the galaxy, a rainbow, and fireworks. The term 'play-of-color' refers to an optical phenomenon in which a gem flashes multiple hues and patterns when moved or as a result of a light reaction.

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CITRINE


NOVEMBER BIRTHSTONE

Overview

This gemstone has been treasured for centuries due to its scarcity. It was particularly popular with the aristocracy. The ancient Romans employed citrine to adorn many forms of jewelry and intaglio art. Large faceted citrines were widely used in the early twentieth century, during the Art Deco period, for crafting beautiful jewelry items that accentuated the originality of that particular era.

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BLUE TOPAZ


DECEMBER BIRTHSTONE

Overview

Topaz is a gorgeous gem that occurs naturally in many beautiful shades, but very seldom in purple, pink, and dark blue. It is colorless or brown in its purest form. Names like "Blue Topaz", "Pink Topaz", and others are commonly used to identify colored varieties of natural topaz. Rarer types of this gem have trade names such as imperial topaz and sherry topaz.

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TANZANITE


DECEMBER BIRTHSTONE

Overview

Tanzanite is one of the most fascinating and well-known bluish gemstones in today's gem industry and belongs to the Zoisite mineral group. Not until 1967 that this unbelievably rare gemstone was found at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. ​

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