January - Garnet
In the later years of the Roman Empire, red garnets were the most popular gemstones. Because of their high refractive index, they give the impression of emitting light.
February – Amethyst
Belonging to the Quartz family of gems, Amethysts are valued for their beautiful deep violet color.
March – Aquamarine
Aquamarines are in constant demand because of their soothing blue color and crystalline structure. They represent a sense of calmness that comes from the oceans.
Color: Blue or Cyan
April – Quartz
Quartz is the most common family of gemstones on the planet, and their representation of strength and resilience are apparent from the stone itself since it is one of the hardest minerals on the Mohs scale.
May – Emerald
This beautiful green gem inspires the feelings of beautiful springtimes and a cycle of renewal. Perfect gift for someone who needs a little hope in their life.
June – Alexandrite
The defining characteristic of Alexandrite is the variety of colors it can portray. It normally comes in either yellow-green, or greenish-blue contours, but under polarized light like sunlight, it can show a whole range of colors including red-purple, etc.
July – Ruby
Known for their signature dark red color, rubies are one of the most precious stones in the world. Because of the color of ruby so eerily imitates blood, they represent life and vitality.
Color: Dark Red
August – Peridot
The greatest differentiating quality of this gemstone is that their olive green color looks just as impeccable in natural and artificial light, signifying to the recipient of the gift that their presence lights up a room regardless of the conditions.
Color: Olive Green
September – Lapis Lazuli
Lapis Lazuli is an ancient trading commodity, which has been mined in Afghanistan as early as 4,000 BC.It has a very consistent blue shade which is seen in most specimens.
Color: Deep Blue
October – Tourmaline / Opal
A versatile gemstone found in many colors, Tourmaline has historically been mined and mistaken for other stones like sapphires, emeralds, and rubies. Opals, similarly, also exhibit a wide variety of colors.
The yellow-coloured warmth of Citrine represents joy. Regardless of being one of the rarest varieties of Quartz, Citrine is the second most popular gemstone for jewellery in the Quartz family.
Color: Dark Yellow
December – Turquoise
Turquoise has a high significance in history since it has been used by many cultures for jewelry making. Its requirement for copper and aluminium to work together for it to stay stable, perfectly explains why Turquoise represents friendship
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