Birthstone of January, Garnet
We have a wide verity of colored stone jewelry. Perhaps you are searching for a meaningful anniversary or birthstone gift. We are sure you will find the perfect jewelry for your loved one in our vast selection. If not, we invite you to custom design a piece that will speak volumes to the one you love. Browse our list of birthstone pieces below.
Birthstone of February, Amethyst
The deep purple color of amethyst has been known for centuries as the color of royalty and is even part of the British Crown jewels. Amethyst is the birthstone of February and is a durable and affordable gem suitable for everyday wear. An amethyst ring is always an attention getter, as well as a sparkling pair of amethyst earrings.
Birthstone of March, Aquamarine
You can almost hear the roaring waves when you stare into the shimmering facets of aquamarine. The gem of the sea, aquamarine embodies the spirit of the ocean from the playful lightness of its shallows to the mysterious secrets of the deep. Aquamarine is the birthstone of March, and is so brilliant that it rivals diamonds in its beauty.
Birthstone of April, Diamond
If you’ve ever felt mesmerized by the dazzling rainbow of colors reflected in a skillfully cut diamond, then you’ve experienced the mystique of April’s Birthstone. Once an adornment possessed only by kings, this beautiful gem is surrounded by romance, mystery and passion. Many stories surround the gift of a diamond as a token of affection. The ancient Greeks believed that the fire of a diamond reflected the flame of everlasting love.
Birthstone of May, Emerald
The fresh, bright green colors of spring are captured in the soft light of emerald. The intense green color of emerald bursts out like the buds of spring transforming into velvety green leaves. Emerald is the birthstone of May, the month of rebirth and celebration of life. A pair of emerald earrings or an emerald ring is a special and thoughtful gift for that May birthday girl.
Birthstone of June, Pearl
Pearl is the official birthstone for the month of June. Cultured or freshwater pearls are considered to offer the power of love, money, protection and luck. An organic gem, pearls are formed inside mollusks such as oysters and mussels. Pearls vary in color from white to those with a hint of color, often pink to brown or black. Each coloration will depend on the type of mollusk and the water where the mollusk lived.
Birthstone of July, Ruby
The intense reds of ruby glow with an endless passion. Known by many cultures as the king of gems, ruby has been treasured throughout history and coveted by royalty all over the world. Ruby is the birthstone of July and is so durable and strong; it is second only to diamonds. Rubies are the perfect gem for everyday wear. A beautiful and luxurious gift that will never be forgotten.
Birthstone of August, Peridot
The lush green colors of summer glisten within the facets of peridot. A glowing reminder of a warm wind blowing through the leaves on a clear August night. Peridot jewelry warms you all year round. Peridot is the birthstone for August. Causal or formal and always affordable, peridot jewelry is an everlasting favorite.
Birthstone of September, Sapphire
The deep blue colors of twilight are captured in the intense vivid tones of sapphire. Sparkles of light flash like stars in the facets. Sapphire is the birthstone of September. Extremely durable and always in fashion, a sapphire ring in white or yellow gold where never go out of style.
Birthstone of October, Pink Tourmaline
Pink tourmaline is a birthstone of October, along with opal, and is a truly special gem. The deep rosey color of a pink tourmaline ring will be sure to attract attention. Tourmaline is known as the gem of love and commitment. Buy her a pair of pin tourmaline earrings to show you care. Tourmaline symbolizes wisdom, strength of mind and eloquence. Wear a pink tourmaline pendant to become a more confident and impressive individual.
Traditional Birthstone of October, Opal
Opal is the traditional birthstone for October. Opel has been a treasured gemstone around the world from the beginning of recorded history. Cultures throughout time have revered opal as a symbol of hope and purity. The shimmering rainbow of colors inside every opal has inspired the imagination from the ancient Romans to the sonnets of Shakespeare.
Birthstone of November, Citrine Topaz
Have you ever watched the sun setting over the ocean on a hot summer evening? Do you remember the unforgettable shades of orange that bounced around the soft clouds and reached deep into your soul to warm you inside and out? Well you can capture that feeling again with the intense orange colors of citrine jewelry. Citrine is the birthstone of November, and is durable, versatile gem perfect for citrine rings, earrings or pendants.
Birthstone of December, Tanzanite, Blue Zircon, Turquoise
Tanzanite is known for being a deep vivid blue, with a purplish tinge that dances about the stone as it moves in the light. Tanzanite is one of the three choices for the birthstone of December.