Birthstone Guide – Wedstones

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January - Garnet:

Symbolises friendship, trust, and protection. Available in a range of colours, but most commonly deep red.

February - Amethyst:

Represents tranquillity and inner strength. It's beautiful purple hues are highly sought after.

March - Aquamarine:

Known for its calming blue colour, it is believed to bring courage and creativity to the wearer.

April - Diamond:

Symbolises everlasting love and strength. The hardest gemstone and often associated with commitment.

May - Emerald:

A vibrant green gemstone that signifies love and fertility. It's associated with growth and renewal.

June - Pearl and Alexandrite:

Pearls symbolise purity and wisdom, while alexandrite is a rare colour-changing gem, representing balance and joy.

July - Ruby:

Known as the "king of gemstones," ruby stands for passion and prosperity, often seen as a symbol of love.

August - Peridot:

A unique olive-green gemstone that represents strength and healing properties.

September - Sapphire:

Often deep blue, but available in various colours, it symbolises loyalty and wisdom.

October - Opal and Tourmaline:

Opals display a beautiful play of colour, while tourmaline comes in a wide range of colours, both symbolising creativity and imagination.

November - Topaz and Citrine:

Topaz is available in various colours, while Citrine is known for its warm, yellow tones. Both represent joy and abundance.

December - Turquoise, Tanzanite, and Zircon:

Turquoise represents protection and good fortune, Tanzanite is a rare blue-violet gem symbolising transformation, and
Zircon is available in various colours, symbolising wisdom, and prosperity.

Remember, birthstones are a fun and meaningful way to celebrate each month and make excellent gifts for loved ones. Keep in mind that different cultures and traditions may have variations in birthstones.

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