Birthstones are gems that are associated with a birth month, each stone has a unique meaning and significance. Like horoscope signs, when you ask someone “what is your birthstone?” they almost always know the answer. Birthstones are a part of modern society and since ancient times it is widely believed that wearing your birthstone is a symbol of wellness and good fortune. See which birthstone is meant for you.


Garnet: Even though the gemstone is known for its reddish to brown colour it can also be found in orange, yellow, green, violet, purple and pink. Besides its beauty, the garnet has a lot of meaning. The gemstone represents passion, friendship, health, love, strong feelings and emotions.


Amethyst: This beautiful dark violet to pale lavender colour gemstone is often associated with royalty and nobility. Around 3000 BC, it was  considered to be just as valuable as a diamond. Today, the unique gemstone can still be seen on the crown jewels. The precious gemstone symbolises security, sincerity, spirituality and true happiness.


Aquamarine: Before the aquamarine became the birthstone of March, ancient believers used the gemstone to protect sailors and wish them a safe voyage. Today, the blue-green gemstone symbolises health, honesty, loyalty, hope and youth.


Diamond: These precious gemstones also come in yellow, brown, green, grey, black, pink, blue, red and purple. But what does a diamond symbolise? The stone symbolises love – making it the perfect gift for anniversaries, birthdays and general celebrations. Associated with purity, openheartedness and unity.


Emerald: An emerald is known for its beautiful and mesmerising green colour, which varies from light green to a deeper rare intense green-blue. The meaning behind the emerald? The gemstone symbolises youth, rebirth, wisdom, success in love and good fortune.


Pearl: Pearls are not mined, but rather found inside saltwater oysters or  freshwater clams. A pearl symbolises success, happiness and love.


Ruby: Did you know a ruby was once considered to be the king of all gemstones? The deep red colour gemstone was previously used by Ancient Hindus to protect their souls from evil spirits. Today, the beautiful stone symbolises wisdom, health and love


Peridot: A peridot is known for its beautiful olive-green colour and giving the wearer of the stone a great deal of power. Even though the origin of the name is unclear, researchers believe the name, ‘peridot’ comes from the Greek word, ‘peridona’, which means ‘giving plenty’; another reason why the gemstone symbolises good fortune to the person who wears it. 


Sapphire: Sapphires are a beautiful gemstones that come in different colours such as pink, green, white and yellow and the most popular color, a rich blue.This fascinating stone represents serenity, peace and calmness.


Opal: Each opal gemstone consists of its very own color combination making it truly unique. The gemstone represents good luck, especially to a person who is born in October. 


Citrine: Citrine is one of the rarest varieties of Quartz found in nature. Gold gems are attractive because they channel the power of the sun and all of the positivity associated with it. Citrines are believed to improve your mood and appreciate your surroundings, which is quite appropriate for the month that includes Thanksgiving


Blue Topaz: The topaz gemstone is known for its beautiful orange hues but can be found in a variety of colours such as, blue, pink and yellow. The topaz symbolises wisdom, friendship and longevity. 

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