Gemstones have had meanings and symbolism for decades, whether they were spiritual, symbolic, healing, or had other uses. Some represent a character, birth month, or mood. Our Gemstone Guide will help you understand the symbolic meaning of various gemstones.
TOPAZ SKY BLUE
Topaz is a symbol of love and affection. It is said to help improve one's disposition and sweetness. The soft sky blue color of topaz is sure to brighten your day and match every color it encounters. It's a must-have gemstone! If you're getting married, this could be your "something blue" which symbolizes purity, love, and fidelity.
Rubies are often associated with wealth and prosperity. Many ancient crowns were adorned with them. Ruby is a lustrous, deep red stone that has represented nobility, purity, and passion throughout the ages. A ruby is a real eye-catcher, especially when set in 18k yellow gold. This gemstone is the birthstone for July.
This green gem is known as the stone of compassion. Peridot has the ability to inspire expressiveness and creativity and bring delight and good cheer. Peridot has a sparkling appearance and is easy to combine with other jewelry. This green gemstone is the birthstone for August.
Pink Tourmaline is a stone of love, emotional healing, and self-love. The pink color is believed to open the heart to wisdom. For a long time, pink tourmaline has been associated with unconditional love and friendship. The variations in shades of pink make every tourmaline unique. Pink Tourmaline matches almost every other color and is the birthstone for October.
LONDON BLUE TOPAZ
Another type of topaz, this one is a darker shade. It is known as the stone of love and loyalty. The particular shade represents eternal romance and friendship. It's the perfect gift for a loved one. The vibrant color of London Blue Topaz is sure to catch everyone's eye. This gemstone is the birthstone for November.
Due to its warm colors, citrine gemstones evoke images of warmth, sun, and illumination. As a result, these gemstones have been symbols of romance, positivity, and happiness for hundreds of years. Citrine makes a classic piece of fine jewelry when set in 18k gold. This gemstone is also the birthstone for November and pairs well with London Blue Topaz.
Iolite is a gemstone that represents the spirit of journey, dreams, intuition, exploration, and illumination. It is believed to help you express your true self. This gemstone has a beautiful night sky blue color with a hint of purple depending on the lighting. It's a classic, bright color with a subtle spark.
Green tourmaline is linked to happiness. It inspires compassion, tenderness, patience, and a sense of belonging. This gemstone is a real eye-catcher in a classy way, with variations in shades of green that never disappoint.
Garnet is a gemstone that symbolizes friendship and love. Its meaning is connected to the heart, blood, inner fire, and life force, making it a powerful and beautiful gemstone. This fancy and classic color is a timeless piece that is also very bold. You will definitely love this gemstone forever! Garnet is the birthstone for the first month of the year, January.
Amethyst represents purification and connection. The meaning of this gemstone is tied to serenity, understanding, trust, and grace. This rich and royal color is a fashionable choice. You can choose from a range of shades from light to deep purple. Amethyst is the birthstone for February.
Rhodolite is a gemstone that will guide you through inspiration, love, and emotional healing. It encourages kindness and compassion and boosts self-love. Rhodolite is the perfect mix of pink, red, and purple shades and changes color depending on its surroundings.
Last but not least, a very special one: Diamond. As traditionally seen, this gemstone is a symbol of true love and is associated with strength and health. As the saying goes, "diamonds are a girl's best friend." They are timeless, elegant, sparkly, and stunning. If you were born in April, this is your birthstone. But we believe that everyone deserves diamonds.
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