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Birthstones chart
Birthstone chart

Personalised birthstone jewellery is a well-known gift idea for special occasions including birthdays, christenings or anniversaries. Considered to bring both good luck and protection, birthstones are most frequently used in bracelets and necklaces for both children and adults.
What is a birthstone?

A birthstone is a gemstone symbolizing the month which you were born in the Gregorian calendar, which contains poems which match every month with its birthstone. Many different cultures do have their own individual listing of birthstones however this calendar reflects the ones from English-speaking societies.

Birthstone: Garnet
This particular January birthstone naturally comes in an array of different shades, with the most popular colour being rhodolite (a pink-purple.) With its supposed healing capabilities, this birthstone protects and gives strength to the particular person wearing it. Some individuals wear personalised birthstone jewellery with garnet as a method of displaying commitment as well as affection.

Birthstone: Amethyst
The most valued part of the quartz family, amethyst is a beautiful birthstone for February. It’s a purple birthstone, with shades varying from lavender to deep purple. High quality amethyst is deep purple with flashes of rose pink, rendering it a common choice for personalised birthstone jewellery. In the past it’s been used to cure different complaints including hearing disorders or headaches to alcoholism.

Birthstone: Aquamarine
Aquamarine, as the name suggests, is a blue stone which belongs to the beryl family. Variety of shades include the palest blue (so pale that it’s almost colourless) to a deep blue-green (teal). This variety of colours means that aquamarine will complement any skin tone or eye colour, rendering it excellent for a personalised birthstone jewellery present. This birthstone also brings courage, tranquility and also contentment to the wearer. 

Birthstone: Crystal Quartz
In the past it was considered that April’s birthstone, crystal quartz was a compacted piece of ice (from the Greek name ‘crystallos’, that means ‘ice’.) It is a less costly replacement for diamonds, and therefore is often used in personalised birthstone jewellery. Just like some other birthstones it offers healing properties and enhances one’s spiritual well-being.

Birthstone: Emerald and Chrysoprase
Just like aquamarine, emerald (from the old French word ‘esmeralde’ meaning ‘green gemstone’) originates from the beryl family, while chrysoprase is a green variety of chalcedony. Coming in many different shades of green (greenish-yellow to apple green), it gives the individual many choices when choosing what type of personalised birthstone jewellery they would like. It is said to improve memory as well as mental capacity while removing negativity.

Birthstone: Pearl
Organic gemstones found in oysters (sea pearls) and also mussels (freshwater pearls), pearls vary in colour from creamy-white, lilac-pink or peach-pink to grey as well as black. Again this colour range gives the individual a wide choice when building their personalised birthstone jewellery. They make for a wonderful gift at a religious ceremony since pearls are believed to bring purity, faith, wisdom as well as sincerity.

Birthstone: Ruby
July’s birthstone, ruby (from the Latin ‘rubens’, which means ‘red’) has always been considered one of the most valuable birthstones. This can be an expensive option in personalised birthstone jewellery yet traditional gem lore declares that rubies bring financial stability to the wearer.

Birthstone: Peridot
A precious variety of the mineral olivine, peridot is amongst the oldest known birthstones, going back to the ancient Egyptians. One might choose peridot as a birthstone jewellery gift because it literally means ‘give richness’ in Greek. It will also bring the wearer openness in love and relationships.

Birthstone: Sapphire
Sapphire provides any purchaser of birthstone jewellery a vast choice, since it is a kind of corundum which comes in several shades. The less costly sapphire found on the high street has normally been developed in laboratories but natural mined sapphires are recommended for personalised birthstone jewellery. Sapphires will bring the wearer serenity, joy and prosperity.

Birthstone: Opal
Opal are available in numerous colours and varieties, but the natural pink variety is used most often in personalised birthstone jewellery. It is a soft birthstone, which is believed to soothe depression, promote creativity and help the wearer find true love.

Birthstone: Citrine
This birthstone is a yellow variety of quartz, varying in colour from pale yellow to reddish brown. If the individual wishes to promote comfort and protection, they should choose citrine to put in their personalised birthstone jewellery.

Birthstone: Turquoise
Turquoise is a birthstone that varies in colour from green to sky blue, with or without matrix (black lines running through the stone.) Particularly favoured by the ancient Egyptians, turquoise is believed to relieve the wearer of depression and enhance confidence. It is a token of friendship and makes an excellent choice for a personalised birthstone jewellery present to a friend or loved one.