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September Birthstone Guide

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September Birthstone Guide

Sapphires hold a high seat throughout history for being admired, not only for their beauty and indestructible nature- But also for their mysticism, the rank of station symbolism, and their proposed metaphysical properties. Aside from

August Birthstone Guide

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August Birthstone Guide

The month of August, along with June and December, offers three attractive gemstones to claim for your birthstone. Each gemstone has its own unique qualities along with a spectrum of colors and price points. These

July Birthstone Guide

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July Birthstone Guide

Rubies are considered the stone of “powerful feelings”, symbolizing loyalty, achievement, and good fortune. Ruby is also the birthstone for July.

Ruby

Ruby is by far one of the most desired gemstones in the world.

June Birthstone Guide

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June Birthstone Guide

The month of June, along with August and December, offers three attractive gemstones to claim for your birthstone. Each gemstone has its own distinctive qualities along with diverse colors and price points. These three gemstones

May Birthstone Guide

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May Birthstone Guide

It was once said that “nothing “greens” as green as an emerald”. Emeralds are composed of liquid, gas, and solid all within the same stone! In fact, this very well means that there could be

April Birthstone Guide

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April Birthstone Guide

Glinting with dancing light, the diamond holds a high seat as the world’s most favored gemstone. Diamonds are revered for being able to stand the test of time, taking on the pressures of the world.

March Birthstone Guide

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March Birthstone Guide

Aquamarine, blue in color, is considered the stone of the sea, for its name translates to “ocean and water” in Latin. Sailors have been known to wear aquamarine amulets to ward off the unwanted calls

February Birthstone Guide

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February Birthstone Guide

For centuries, amethysts have been set in religious jewelry and royal crown jewels as they were once considered equal in value to rubies, emeralds, and sapphires. You’ll often see amethysts in the royal coronation regalia

January Birthstone Guide

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January Birthstone Guide

Garnets have long been thought of as a traveler’s stone. They are raspberry-colored, and often referred to in history as pomegranate seeds. Garnets can be purplish-pink, raspberry-red, purplish-red, and rose pink. Though the most desired

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