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January Birthstone - Garnet
Those born in January are lucky to have the beautiful and diverse garnet as their birthstone. Garnets are commonly red but also come in an extraordinary range of beautiful colors, including orange, yellow, purple and vibrant green. There are even garnets that change color from blue to purple in different lighting. Some believe the true value of the garnet birthstone is its power to bring the wearer good health, wealth and happiness.
February Birthstone - Amethyst
The birthstone for February is Amethyst. This purple variety of quartz has captivated mankind for millennia. Amethyst can be found in the collections of royal families throughout Europe and Asia. Consider buying a stunning amethyst for the king or queen of your heart or treat yourself to a royal present. If your birthday is in February, then wearing an amethyst can also be a symbol of personal empowerment and inner strength.
March Birthstone - Aquamarine
The serenely colored aquamarine invokes the tranquility the sea. In fact, the name aquamarine is derived from the Latin word aqua, meaning water, and marina, meaning the sea. The second birthstone for March is bloodstone, a dark-green gemstone flecked with vivid red spots of iron oxide. Generally found embedded in rocks or in riverbeds as pebbles, primary sources for this gemstone are India, Brazil, and Australia.
April Birthstone - Diamond
Diamond is one of the world’s most sought-after and adored gemstones. Those born in April are lucky enough to call this their birthstone, a symbol of clarity and strength. Diamond is so strong that its Greek name is "adamas," which means “invincible” or “unbreakable.” Diamonds were cherished long before they became the April birthstone, and the places where diamond comes from are as fascinating as the lore that surrounds it. 
May Birthstone - Emerald
Emerald is the birthstone for May and has been beloved for millennia, evoking rebirth and renewal. Widely regarded as the definition of green, emerald is the perfect color for spring. From the poetic description of Ireland as "The Emerald Isle" to the vibrant green of the gemstone itself, it has captured hearts and minds through the ages. Legend has it that emerald has the power to make its wearer more intelligent and quick-witted, and it was once believed to cure diseases like cholera and malaria.
June Birthstone - Pearl & Alexandrite
If you were born in the month of June, you are lucky enough to have three birthstones to call your own. June is one of only three months (the others are August and December) that has three birthstones, giving you a variety of beautiful birthstone choices. The June birthstones are Pearl, Alexandrite and Moonstone. With so many attractive options, individuals with June birthdays can have a birthstone that fits their mood or budget, due to the different colors and price points these gems offer.

July Birthstone - Ruby
Ruby is the July birthstone – and it’s one of the most coveted of gems. The name is derived from the Latin word ruber, meaning “red” – the color of love and passion. Few things catch the eye like the ruby birthstone. The finest color of the birthstone for July is a deep red with a hint of purple, called “pigeon’s blood” in the trade. A variety of the mineral corundum, ruby gets its color from trace amounts of the element chromium. The more chromium, the stronger the red.

August Birthstone - Peridot

Peridot, Spinel and Sardonyx are the birthstones for August. Peridot is known for being formed under extreme conditions and can be found in the hardened lava that carried it from deep within Earth's mantle as well as in meteorites that traveled from outer space. The Spinel birthstone was underappreciated until recently, as an alternative to Ruby, a gem with which Red Spinel was mistaken for centuries. Sardonyx is the original August birthstone that dates back more than 4000 years.
September Birthstone - Sapphire
The September birthstone is sapphire – a gem that’s been cherished for thousands of years. Although the term sapphire usually refers to the blue variety of corundum (ruby is the red variety), this birthstone comes in a rainbow of other colors. Sapphires have been long associated with royalty and romance and are also said to symbolize fidelity and the soul. “Sapphire” comes from the Greek word sappheiros and blue sapphire is one of the most popular colored stones.
October Birthstone - Opal & Tourmaline
October enjoys two spectacular birthstones – Opal and Tourmaline. Both October birthstones have endless color combinations and beautiful coloring characteristics. Opal, symbolizes faithfulness and confidence. The word comes from the Latin opalus, meaning “precious jewel.” Necklaces with opals set in them were worn to repel evil and to protect eyesight. Tourmaline is the newer October birthstone. Very few gems match tourmaline's dazzling array of colors.
November Birthstone - Citrine & Topaz
November has two beautiful birthstones with Topaz and Citrine. Topaz comes in a rainbow of colors; citrine is prized for its charming yellow and orange hues. Both are known to have calming energies while bringing fortune and warmth. Both Topaz and Citrine are affordably priced, as good quality gems are not as rare as many of their counterparts. This means that those born in November have many options to choose from. Your challenge will be deciding which one to pick.
December Birthstone - Tanzanite, Blue Zircon & Turquoise
December has three birthstones - Turquoise, Tanzanite and Zircon. From the blue to bluish purple of tanzanite, to the intense blue and green of turquoise, to the rainbow varieties of zircon, there’s a color for everyone. If blue is what you’re looking for, all three December birthstones have their own unique take on this favorite hue. As the most popular, Turquoise is regarded as a love charm and is a symbol of good fortune and success, believed to relax the mind and to protect its wearer from harm.