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What Does Your Birthstone Mean?

What Does Your Birthstone Mean?

A birthstone is a special type of gem that represents each month in the year. Each month has its own birthstone, and these gems are typically found in jewelry. However, some people choose to wear their birthstone as a talisman or amulet because they believe that it has certain magical powers. The meaning of each gem typically depends on how you were born (whether you were born in January or September), but there are exceptions to this rule! In this article we'll go over what each stone means and how it relates to your personality.

January: Garnet

Garnet is the birthstone for January, so if you were born in January and you're looking for something to wear that's meaningful, this is it! The garnet gemstone comes in many different colors and varieties. Red garnets are the most popular but there are also green, black and pink varieties.

Garnets have been used as symbols of love, friendship and loyalty throughout history; they're also said to represent passion and strength.

February: Amethyst

Amethyst is the February birthstone. This purple stone is a variety of quartz and has been used as an amulet for thousands of years, especially in ancient Greece and Rome. It's believed to promote tranquility and peace, so it's often given as a gift to those who need some extra calming energy. Amethyst is also said to be helpful for people suffering from mental illness or PTSD because it helps them stay grounded when they're feeling delusional or disconnected from reality.

March: Aquamarine

March is the month of Aquamarine, which is a form of beryl. Beryl comes in many colors, including yellow (coral) and green (emerald). Aquamarine is a light blue color that's one of the most popular gemstones in the world. It represents serenity and peace, which makes it a great choice for anyone who needs some calmness in their life!

Aquamarine has been used as an amulet since ancient times because it was believed to promote loyalty and affection between couples. If you're looking for love or hoping your current relationship will last forever, this stone might help!

April: Diamond

The diamond is the birthstone for April, and it's a symbol of wealth and prosperity. Diamonds also mean good luck, everlasting love, peace and faith.

Diamonds are believed to bring health benefits when worn on a necklace or bracelet by people who suffer from arthritis or rheumatism as they help relieve pain in those who wear them regularly.

Our Layered Custom Birthstone Necklace  can be the perfect gift for best friends and loved ones. 

May: Emerald

Emerald is the birthstone for May. It's said to represent hope, renewal and faith in yourself. Emeralds are also thought to be symbols of wisdom, love and compassion.

If you're born in May or have a loved one who is, then this gemstone will be perfect for your jewelry collection! Our Rectangle Initial Mini Birthstone Necklace  is a popular necklace that is perfect for the emerald birthstone as well. 

June: Pearl and Alexandrite

The pearl is the birthstone for June and alexandrite is the gemstone for June. Pearls are also symbols of purity, innocence and fertility. They are often associated with weddings because of this association with purity and innocence.

Alexandrite is rare because it changes color depending on the light; it can be green when seen in daylight or red when seen in incandescent light (similar to how a traffic light changes colors).

July : Ruby

Ruby is the birthstone for those born in July. It's also known as corundum, a mineral that includes sapphires and rubies. The ruby was once thought to protect against misfortune, illness and evil spirits; now it's often used as a symbol of passion and fortune.

Our Birthstone Tennis Bracelet is perfect to wear your Ruby birthstone on your wrist. 

August : Peridot

Peridot is a gemstone that was used as protection and to promote a balanced life. Peridot is also known as the "gem of heaven" because it was believed to have fallen from the sky into ancient times. The color of peridot ranges from yellowish-green to olive green, with some having brownish tints or even blackish veins running through them.

Peridots are often cut into cabochon stones so they can be worn as pendants or rings but they can also be faceted into other shapes such as ovals or emerald cuts (which means that all four sides are curved).

September : Sapphire

September's birthstone is the sapphire. The sapphire is a stone that can be found in many colors and it has been used for many years as a protective or healing stone. It is thought to protect against harm and to influence other people, promoting knowledge and unlocking mysteries.

October : Pink tourmaline and Opal 

October's birthstone is pink tourmaline, which signifies love and compassion. If you've been feeling the need to show a little more love in your life, this gemstone might be just what you need! It also helps people open up their hearts and share their feelings with others.

If you're looking for something that will help kickstart creativity, opt for opal instead. This stone encourages original thinking by bringing creative ideas into focus as well as allowing them to flourish into reality--it's no wonder why artists have long considered opals their lucky charms!

November : Citrine

November's birthstone, citrine, is the yellow variety of quartz.

Citrine is believed to have healing properties and can be worn by those suffering from depression or anxiety. It's also thought to help those who feel they are lacking confidence in themselves. Citrine has been used as an aid for creativity since ancient times because it encourages people to think outside the box while working on projects that require innovation. The stone symbolizes abundance, success and prosperity; therefore wearing it may help you achieve these things more easily!

December : Turquoise and Blue Topaz

December's birthstone is turquoise. Turquoise is a beautiful stone that has been used for thousands of years by many cultures around the world. It was often used as a way to promote wisdom to the mind, while also bringing peace and wealth into your life.

One of the many birthstones that promote peace and wealth, December's blue topaz can be found in jewelry pieces like rings or necklaces; it also makes an excellent addition to any collection!

Takeaway : You can find the meaning of each birthstone in the year they are born.

You can find the meaning of each birthstone in the year they are born. There is a list of birthstones for each month, so if you're not sure what your own birthday is, look up when it falls on and see what stone you have!

The meanings behind these stones are endless and beautiful. While some people may prefer one over another because they think it looks prettier or more interesting, there are others who choose based on their own personal beliefs about what makes them feel good when they wear their jewelry (or simply just because).

I hope that this article has helped you to understand the meaning of each birthstone, and perhaps even encouraged you to buy one as a gift for someone special. If there is anything else I can do, please let me know!

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