It is believed that wearing a birthstone brings fortune and prosperity in life. Well, even if that’s not true, who doesn’t like to wear such beautiful jewellery, right? So, here are some gorgeous pieces of jewellery for every month:-
- JANUARY– GARNET
Garnet, is mined in a rainbow of colours. It is considered a stone of commitment, and represents love. It revives feelings bringing warmth, understanding, trust and honesty to a relationship.
- FEBRUARY- AMETHYST
It has a spectacular purple colour that ranges from a blend of deep violet and red to a lighter lilac hue.
- MARCH- AQUAMARINE
Its enthralling colour ranges from pale to deep blue similar to the colour of sea. It looks best with spring and summer wardrobes.
- APRIL- DIAMOND
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend. Not only that, diamonds are associated with love. While white diamonds are the most common ones, diamonds do come in a range of colour like- yellow, blue, pink etc.
- MAY- Emerald
Emerald has a gorgeous green colour of spring and gives out a beautiful vivid tone. It is considered to be a symbol of love and rebirth.
- JUNE- Pearls
Pearls have been very popular for centuries because of their natural beauty. Pearls are believed to calm a restless mind and symbolizes purity.
- JULY- Ruby
It symbolises passion and love. It was called the “king of gems” by the ancient Hindus.
- AUGUST- Peridot
It is sometimes called the “evening emerald” because of its light green colour, Peridot symbolizes strength and is said to soothe away sadness.
- SEPTEMBER- Sapphire
Sapphire is mostly desired in rich blue colour but is available in almost every colour including pink, yellow and green. It represents loyalty and trust.
- OCTOBER- Opal
Rainbow of beautiful colours makes opal a unique stone. The stone represents hope, confidence, and faithfulness.
- NOVEMBER- Topaz
This gemstone maintains mental health and increases strength and intellect. It stimulates metabolism and soothes physical pain.
- DECEMBER- Turquoise
Ancient Persia (now Iran) was the traditional source for sky blue turquoise. This colour is often referred to as “Persian blue” today, regardless of its origin.
So which one are you going to buy?
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