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January Birthstone
Garnet is a stone of high refraction and durability. Can be found in many colors
The most common color is deep red.  
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and shop for Garnet Jewelry

February Birthstone
Amethyst is a stone of faith. Increases trust in yourself and others. Click here
to learn more - Found in varying shades of purple, the amethyst represents
about Amethyst shop for and Amethyst Jewelry

March Birthstone
Aquamarine - Mineral Beryl of a beautiful blue, blue-green or aqua color.  A
symbol of happiness and everlasting youth.
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aquamarines and shop for Aquamarine Jewelry.
Bloodstone - Stone of green jasper dotted with bright red spots of iron oxide.

April Birthstone
Diamond - The hardest substance found in nature. It has a broad color range,
high refraction, lots of "fire". It is a symbol of commitment.
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more about Diamonds and shop for Diamond Jewelry.
Another stone for April
Rock Crystal

May Birthstone
Emerald - Type of Beryl, the green color is caused by chromium & iron.
believed that the bright green color would expose the faithfulness of their significant other.  Click here to learn more about Emerald
and shop for Emerald Jewelry.
Agate - variation of quartz that has very small crystals giving it immense variety in colours and forms, therefore the agate family is the
most versatile of the gem stone families. It's a power stone. It tones and strengthens the body and mind. It imparts a sense of
strength and courage.
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June Birthstone
Pearl - Gem produced when nacre surrounds an irritant within an oyster shell to produce a luminous bead. These can be natural or
man-made, round or different shapes. The pearl has been revered for centuries by emperors, kings and queens.  
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more about Pearls and shop for  Pearl Jewelry.
Moonstone - This stone exhibits a mysterious shine of the moonlight and is the sacred stone of the moon goddess. Stimulates
knowing, appreciation, nurturing, mothering, selflessness, sensitivity and humanitarian love.
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Alexandrite - Gemstone discovered in the Ural Mountains and named for Alexander II, tsar of Russia. The natural stones are very rare
and very expensive. Both natural and synthetic Alexandrite changes colors. When the light is natural sunlight or fluorescent light, the
natural stone will appear to be green - in incandescent light the stone will appear red. Synthetic Alexandrite, in incandescent light, has
a purple color similar to Amethysts in daylight it changes to a blue-violet color.

July Birthstone
Ruby - A corundum stone, which can range in colors from pink to deep red. The most desirable color is a deep shade of red, often called
"pigeon blood red". Highly prized by emperors and kings, the ruby is believed to preserve the wearer’s body and mental health by
removing evil thoughts, controlling amorous desires, and reconciling disputes. The gemstone’s fiery red color represents stimulation,
life, heat, and power.
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August Birthstone
Peridot - A mineral of a yellow-green color usually. Colors can vary in the depth of green and historically were often mistaken for
Emeralds. Long associated with spring and renewal, the peridot is also known as the “evening gemstone” because its color intensifies
in the evening light. This gemstone is believed to bring its wearer success, peace, and good luck.  
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Peridot and shop for  Peridot Jewelry.
Sardonyx - A type of Onyx which is reddish brown and white.

September Birthstone
Sapphire - Stones usually thought of as deep blue color. Sapphires can be nearly any color, from orange-pink, golden, white, and even
black. Star Sapphires have rutile crystal inclusions that cause a six-pointed-star effect. This gemstone provides its wearer with spiritual
enlightenment and inner peace. Known as the gem of destiny, it can help make your dreams come true.
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about Sapphire and shop for Sapphire Jewelry.

October Birthstone
Opal - "Opal" comes from Latin and means "precious stone". They are made of layers of silica that have been deposited making the
stone multicolored. Black Opals are the most precious and have the most fiery colors. Care must be taken so that Opals are in a
protected setting - they can break or shatter if struck. Beliefs associated with the wearing of opal have varied: the early Greeks claimed
that opals gave their owners the powers of prophecy, Romans adored it as a token of hope and purity, Arabs believed it fell from
heaven. During the Medieval period, a change in the color of an opal was believed to indicate if the wearer was in good health.
Tourmaline - A Mineral that can be almost any color, as well as colorless. Some are striated to show bands of different colors in one
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November Birthstone
Topaz - Gemstone usually in golden brown to yellow colors. Blue topaz is very rarely natural and is produced by irradiating clear
Citrine - A quartz crystal yellow or orange in color. Citrine is believed to symbolize lightheartedness and joy. In ancient times, people
carried citrine as a protection against snake venom and evil thoughts. People born in November are especially able to experience the
calmness and hope that the citrine brings.  
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December Birthstone
Blue Topaz - A quartz crystal from light to deep blue color.  Blue Topaz is favored for its beautiful luster and color. Click here to learn
more about Topaz and shop for Topaz Jewelry
Turquoise - A mineral that has been mined for centuries by civilizations from all over the world. The finest "Robin's Egg Blue" color
turquoise comes from Iran but good samples can also be found in the Southwestern United States.
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Turquoise and shop for Turquoise Jewelry
Zircon - Zircon is NOT the same material as the artificial gem material Cubic Zirconia (CZ). The natural stone resembles diamonds in
luster and fire and are usually colorless. But Zircons can also be found in colors of browns and greens. Heat treated, the stones can be
made blue or golden colors.

Aries Birthstones (Mar. 21-Apr. 20)              Bloodstone - Diamond

Taurus Birthstones (Apr. 21-May 21)            Sapphire - Amber, Emerald, Rose Quartz, Turquoise

Gemini Birthstones (May 22-Jun. 21)            Agate - Chrysoprase, Citrine, Moonstone, Pearl, White Sapphire
Cancer Birthstone(Jun. 22-Jul. 22)                Emerald - Moonstone, Pearl, Ruby

Leo Birthstones (Jul. 23-Aug. 23)                 Peridot, Onyx - Carnelian, Sardonyx, Golden Topaz, Tourmaline

Virgo Birthstones (Aug. 24-Sep.22)              Carnelian - Jade, Jasper, Moss Agate, Blue Sapphire

Libra Birthstones (Sep. 23-Oct. 23)              Chrysolite (Peridot) - Lapis Lazuli, Opal, Peridot

Scorpio Birthstones (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)          Beryl - Apache Tear, Aquamarine, Coral, Obsidian, Topaz

Sagittarius Birthstones (Nov. 23-Dec. 21)    Topaz - Amethyst, Ruby, Sapphire, Turquoise

Capricorn Birthstones (Dec. 22-Jan. 20)       Ruby - Agate, Garnet, Black Onyx
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