Traditionally, a birthstone is associated with each month of the year. For example, the birthstone for January is a garnet, while lucky babies born in April get a diamond as their birthstone.The origin of birthstones is believed to date back to the breastplate of Aaron which contained twelve gemstones representing the twelve tribes of Israel. The current list dates back to 1912 with only one addition since then – the tanzanite was added to December. There are numerous legends and myths about birthstone healing powers and their therapeutic influence. According to these legends, wearing a gemstone during its assigned month heightened its healing powers.

*Source American Gem Society



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6.19ct Baby Pink Tourmaline Emerald Cut Sold out
This incredibly eye-catching natural tourmaline is the most amazing shade of baby pink! The stone is elegantly cut and would make a fantastic ceter piece for a stunning dress ring. The piece is lightly included but very clean to the...
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6.01ct Unheated Rough Ruby, , mozambique ruby, responsible sourced gemstones, ruby shard for jewellery design, ruby birthstone for july
This lovely deep red with a hint of magenta ruby is a great stone for both setting as a rough gem or cutting.The piece could potentially yield a cabochon around over 2.5ct and due to its flat shape will will cut a...
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3pc 6.29ct TW Australian Boulder Opal Lot
This beautiful boulder opal lot has some great shapes and lovely fire. The pieces are all natural boulder opal from Queensland, Australia. Stone Type Opal - Boulder Cut Free-form Weight 6.29ct TW Dimensions Mixed Colour Multi Clarity NA Treatment None Origin...
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6.88ct TW Mixed Cut Sapphire Parcel
This beautiful parcel of natural sapphires has great crystal sparkle and a stunning mix of colours. The stones are all eye clear except for the large cushion pink which has a couple of needles, these have little impact however as...
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