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Those born in January are lucky to have the beautiful and diverse garnet as their birthstone. Garnets are commonly red, but also come in an extraordinary range of beautiful colors, including orange, yellow, purple, and vibrant green. There are even garnets that change color from blue to purple in different lighting.
With its warm, inviting rainbow of purple color variations, Amethyst is one of the most well-known semi-precious colored stones. Ranging from an ultra-light pinkish-hue to a deep saturated purple color, Amethyst may also display undertones, including slightly red to bluish-hues.
Aquamarine is also associated with tranquility, serenity, clarity, and harmony. As the first of the spring birthstones, the sea blue crystal represents transformation and rebirth. It embodies youthful vitality, purity, loyalty, hope, and truth. Of course, aquamarine must possess all the healing qualities of the seas.
The diamond is the traditional birthstone of April and holds significant meaning for those born in that month, thought to provide the wearer with better relationships and an increase in inner strength. Wearing diamonds is purported to bring other benefits such as balance, clarity, and abundance.
Emerald green symbolizes wealth, refinement, and royalty. Additionally, it represents balance, harmony, renewal, and growth. As the color of nature, green embodies life, fertility, and abundance. As a result, it has a sooth effect on the mind and body, inspiring relaxation and feelings of safety.
Alexandrite is the gemstone of luck, prosperity, and intellect. It represents the balance between the physical and the spiritual and can bring you into the balance of who you are. Alexandrite is a relatively new gemstone. It was discovered in Russia in the 1830's. The stone was named after Alexander the Great and has the ability to dramatically change color under different types of light. Pearl is and was the traditional birthstone for June
Ruby is the July birthstone – and it's one of the most coveted of gems. The name is derived from the Latin word ruber, meaning “red” – the color of love and passion. Few things catch the eye like the ruby birthstone.
The peridot birthstone is known for being formed under extreme conditions, as it can be found in the hardened lava that carried it from deep within Earth's mantle as well as in meteorites that traveled from outer space.
The September birthstone is sapphire – a gem that's been cherished for thousands of years. Although the term sapphire usually refers to the blue variety of corundum (ruby is the red variety), this birthstone comes in a rainbow of other colors.
October's birthstone, the opal, symbolizes faithfulness and confidence. The word comes from the Latin opalus, meaning “precious jewel,” and from the Greek word opallios, meaning “to see a change in color.”
The topaz birthstone symbolizes love and affection, and is said to bestow strength and intelligence on the person who wears it.
Blue topaz is the December birthstone and the most popular of the colors available, blue topaz symbolizes honesty, deep emotional attachment and clarity of feelings. The December birthstone blue topaz is also the 4th anniversary gift idea.