Birthstone Chart – Birthstone by Month| Birthstones Jewellery UK
BIRTHSTONE CHART
Garnet January Birthstone

The reddish glare of garnets has attracted humans for as long as 5000 years. The name derives itself from the Latin Granatum, meaning seeds of the fruit pomegranate - a loving comparison drawn to this beautiful red stone by ancient gem merchants.

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Amethyst February Birthstone

A semi-precious quartz of purple allure, Amethyst has been the centre of curiosity for gemstone manufacturers since ages. It is believed to radiate a magnificent aura that diffuses the surroundings with bright energies. Considered most apt for February borns,

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Aquamarine March Birthstone

Visually enthralling, Aquamarine is one of the most coveted gemstones in history. A sure-shot symbol of calmness and control, aquamarine can instill peace in even an onlooker. There have been recorded incidents

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Diamond April Birthstone

A stone that needs no introduction, Diamond is the most precious gemstone known to man. Deriving from Greek words like ‘adamus’ and ‘adamantine’ - diamond refers to the ‘unconquerable’ properties of this piece of lustrous rock. Formed under unimaginable

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Emerald May Birthstone

Brilliant green and of vitreous lustre, Emeralds are the rarest gemstones in the world. Nearly twenty times more rare than diamonds, the ‘green sheen’ of emeralds grants it this unique disposition. Officially classified by global gemstone manufacturers among the only four

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Pearl June Birthstone

A distinction reserved for pearls is that they are the only organic gemstones in the world. Pearls are mother nature’s inimitable gift to humanity. Typically formed under the sea by shellfish like oysters when an irritant gets fixed at the inner layer of mollusc shells, a pearl

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Ruby July Birthstone

Ruby, it is a gemstone that is a complete stunner, very charming, rather romantic and the epitome of finesse and quality. It belongs to the corundum family of gemstone with a hardness factor of 9 on Moh’s scale.

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Peridot August Birthstone

‘One from the stars’ - Peridot (pronounced pair-a-doe) has the distinction of being the only stone found in meteorites. An outstanding shade of olive green, peridot is unique when it comes to its tinge, belonging to the olivine variety of mineral. In fact, it is not officially a single mineral,

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Sapphire September Birthstone

One of the only four ‘precious’ gems in the world, Sapphires are a wonder to behold. Coming from the corundum family, same as rubies, they are the second hardest mineral on the planet. While it is considered the ultimate expression

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Opal October Birthstone

One of the most endearing gemstones in the world, Opal’s opulence is renowned. An ornate addition to any true gem collection, opals are considered highly powerful - the birthstone of the month of October.

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Citrine November Birthstone

Considered no less than the purest personification of the Sun, citrine used in gemstone jewellery is said to bring light to its wearers. ‘The November Birthstone’, its yellow amethyst sheen is said to energies the very spirit of November borns.

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Tanzanite Decemnber Birthstone

One of the rarest stones in the world, Tanzanite is a thousand times more rare than diamonds. It belongs to the Zoisite class of gemstones, and is one of the latest discoveries in the age old tradition of gemstone jewellery.

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