Birthstone Chart

We offer a slew of natural and sustainable gemstones for every birthstone month. Below is a guide on the symbolic meaning of birthstones. Hopefully this will help you find the gemstone that suits you and your loved ones. To personalize a piece with more than one type of stone, check out our Personalized Birthstone Jewelry

Find your Birthstone by Month

  Garnet (January)

This beautiful deep red gemstone has been around for centuries and is said to bring on strength, love and security. It is also an ancient symbol of friendship.

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  Amethyst (February)

This deep purple stone was often associated with royalty and placed on the crowns of Kings and Queens from ancient Eygpt to the UK. It is also a stone that offers a lot of healing properties, reduces stress and enhances clarity.

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  Milky Aquamarine (March)

A gorgeous milky pale blue stone that is reminiscent of the sea. This stone is known to be calming, soothing and offers protection.

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  White Topaz (April)

This beautiful clear stone looks great on anyone. It is said to help improve mental clarity.

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  Emerald (May)

This beautiful green gemstone goes back to ancient times and has been worn by royalty and celebrities. This gemstone symbolizes youth and springtime, but is also known to be calming, stimulate growth, offer peace and balance.

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  Moonstone (June)

Another stone that goes back to ancient times and was used by the Romans in their jewelry in since 100 AD. The unique looking gemstone has a pretty sheen to it and can have slivers of blue, purple and yellow in it. The stone is known to engage self-discovery, intuition and protection.

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  Ruby (July)

Another stone that goes back to a variety of cultures and time periods, this red stone is not as deep as Garnet, but has a more lighter pink hue to it. Wearing ruby is said to bring love, energy and courage.

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  Peridot (August)

In ancient Eygpt, peridot was considered the “gem of the sun.” It has a light greenish hue with some yellow tones to it and symbolizes strength, provokes happiness and increases mental focus.

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  Sapphire (September)

It is said that people have connected blue sapphire with the planet Venus and its celestial blue color. This is another gemstone that was often by royalty and brings on awareness, protection and good fortune.

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  Pink Tourmaline (October)

This beautiful pink stone was first found off the coast of Italy in the 1600s or early 1700s. It is said to offer emotional healing, love and balance and looks beautiful paired with gold.

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  Citrine (November)

A warm color stone that is believed to be a gift from the sun and is a healing stone. It is said to offer clarity and creativity to those that wear it.

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  Swiss Blue Topaz (December)

This elegant blue stone symoblizies loyalty and love.

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