Gemstones are traditionally believed to bring good luck and have therapeutic powers. Each of these 12 radiant gemstones are believed to have a unique set of powers and attributes, and make for the most thoughtful gifts for friends & family.

  • January: Garnet

    Garnets, commonly red, also come in an extraordinary range of colors, including orange, yellow, purple, and green. They are also durable and are excellent for everyday wear. Some believe the true value of the garnet birthstone is its power to bring the wearer good health, wealth, and happiness. As gifts, they are often believed to be a symbol of friendship, or loyalty in romantic relationships.

  • February: Amethyst

    Amethysts come in a range of striking violet colors, from deep purple to light lavender. Their calming effect makes them a popular choice for rings and necklaces. Interestingly, the color purple also represents royalty and nobility, which is why amethysts can be found in the collections of royal families throughout Europe and Asia. If your birthday is in February, then wearing an amethyst can also be a symbol of personal empowerment and inner strength.

  • March: Aquamarine

    Aquamarine is renowned for its captivating blue-green hues, which are reminiscent of the sea. It is a member of the beryl mineral family, which also includes emeralds. The name "aquamarine" is derived from the Latin words for "water" and "sea," perfectly reflecting its tranquil color. Its calming energy makes it a popular choice of birthstone jewelry such as necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings.

  • April: Diamond

    Sparkling with an internal fire all their own, diamonds are one of the world’s most sought-after and adored gemstones. Those born in April are lucky enough to call this scintillating gem their birthstone, a symbol of clarity and strength. Diamonds represent innocence, new beginnings, purity, and love.

  • May: Emerald

    Emeralds, the birthstone of May, are deep green-colored gemstones that symbolize fertility, rebirth, new beginnings, and eternal youth. Legend has it that emerald has the power to make its wearer more intelligent and quick-witted, and it was once believed to cure diseases such as cholera and malaria. Today, it's a popular people’s choice for wedding anniversary gifts.

  • June: Pearl

    Pearls, known as nature's miracles, are born from the depths of the sea. They symbolize purity, innocence, and elegance, captivating hearts with their luminous luster. Unlike gemstones, pearls are organic treasures formed within oysters. Revered by civilizations throughout history, pearls have adorned royalty and symbolized wealth and sophistication.

  • July: Ruby

    Rubies are fiery red gemstones that come from the corundum mineral. Its association with love makes it a popular choice for engagement rings. Rubies have been prized throughout history for their beauty and rarity. Enjoying cultural significance in many societies, rubies are believed to bring good fortune, protect against harm, and even promote vitality and youthfulness. In terms of hardness, rubies are second only to diamonds, making them highly durable and suitable for everyday wear in jewelry.

  • August: Peridot

    Peridot is the birthstone for the month of August and is celebrated for its striking lime-green color. Comprising a gem-quality variety of the olivine, a rare mineral, peridot is one of the few gemstones that are found in only one color. Its distinctive green hue is due to the presence of iron within its crystal structure. Peridot is believed to be associated with strength, balance, peace, health, and restoration by harmonizing the mind, body, and soul.

  • September: Sapphire

    Sapphire, the birthstone for September, is renowned for its exquisite beauty and is often characterized by its rich, deep blue color. This stunning gemstone is a variety of corundum, the same mineral family that constitutes rubies.

    Beyond its aesthetic appeal, sapphire holds significant symbolic meaning. It is associated with traits such as trust and loyalty, making it a meaningful and thoughtful gift choice, particularly for individuals born in September. Whether adorning a ring, necklace, or other cherished piece of jewelry, sapphire serves as a timeless symbol of enduring affection and fidelity.

  • October: Tourmaline

    Tourmaline is celebrated for its remarkable diversity of colors. From delicate pink to vibrant green "watermelon" patterns, and even shades of purple, red, and blue, tourmaline offers a captivating spectrum of hues. Beyond its visual appeal, it is associated with balance and harmony, reflecting its natural ability to evoke a sense of equilibrium. As a result, tourmaline jewelry serves not only as a beautiful adornment but also as a meaningful symbol of inner tranquility and well-being.

  • November: Topaz and Citrine

    There’s something unique about November. It boasts two birthstones: topaz and citrine, each offering a stunning spectrum of colors. Topaz dazzles with its rainbow of hues, while citrine enchants with its charming yellow and orange tones. Beyond their visual allure, both gemstones are believed to exude calming energies, bringing fortune and warmth to their wearers.

    One remarkable aspect of topaz and citrine is their accessibility. Unlike some gemstones, high-quality topaz and citrine are relatively abundant. Both stones embrace the warm tones associated with abundance, prosperity, and positive energy, making them meaningful gifts.

  • December: Turquoise

    Turquoise, December's birthstone, is cherished for its stunning blue-green hues and rich cultural heritage. From its historical significance among Native American tribes to its association with protection and wisdom in ancient civilizations, turquoise has captivated hearts for centuries. With its soothing colors and metaphysical properties, turquoise continues to be treasured in modern times, adorning jewelry pieces and decorative arts alike. It is also a symbol of friendship, protection, and positive energy.