Read Time: 5min Ancient civilizations believed in this stones cooling properties both to cool boiling water and hot tempers. Today, this icy blue colored stone is perfect to warm the heart of someone dear to you.
Read Time: 6min As valuable as ruby and emerald but worlds apart in appearance, The October birthstone color, is an entity all its own that sends off a rainbow of colors. There is no other stone quite like an Opal.
Read Time: 6min The color that comes to mind for most when they imagine the September birthstone color is a deep, velvety blue. A shade like the evening at dusk to the vivid blue of the sky on a bright summer day.
Read Time: 4min The July birthstone color is a rare gem with a special allure that has captured our hearts and imaginations since ancient times. This “King of Gems” it is associated with the desires of the heart.
Read Time: 6min Cherished as symbols of purity and perfection, most think of pearls in soft white, but the June birthstone color could be any lustrous hues from gold to pistachio and platinum to peacock blue.
Read Time: 6min Always green, vibrant, and full of life, the May birthstone color, Emerald, in all of its brilliance is a color only Mother Earth could have created and carat for carat are more valuable than diamonds
Read Time: 5min The ultimate gemstone, diamonds are rare and revered; close to perfection as a gem can be. The April birthstone color is perfect when colorless but may be even more valuable when it’s not.
Read Time: 3min The birthstone color for March means “sea water” and that is what comes to mind when you look into the depths of this gem. Its lucid color is reminiscent of the turquoise water of the Caribbean.
Read Time: 4min A favorite of Roman emperors, Catherine the Great, and Jackie O., the February birthstone color is closely associated with the heavens and spiritual thought, and is a protector from negativity.