Discover your Birthstone

Birthstones are gorgeous gemstones that accompany a birth month, each having a unique meaning and historical significance. The popularity of birthstones dates all the way back to ancient times when civilizations believed that gemstones had incredible powers such as luck, health and prosperity. Adding a birthstone to a piece of jewellery to symbolise your birth month or that of your children or other loved ones creates a special and beautiful unique keepsake.

To find your birthstone and what it symbolises just search the month below

Garnet Birthstone in natural form
personalised birthstone bangle in silver, gold and rose gold

January Birthstone: Garnet

The name “garnet” comes from the Latin word “Garanatus,” meaning “seed like,” as small garnets look like the beautiful bright red seeds you find inside in a pomegranate.

What does it symbolise:

Friendship and trust.

Amethyst Birthstone in natural form
Amethyst Birthstone Signet Ring

February Birthstone: Amethyst

Amethyst is the birthstone for February. Comprised from a variety of Quartz that carries a spectacular purple colour that ranges from a blend of deep violet and red to a lighter lilac hue.

What does it symbolise:

Ancient Greeks believed that the stone protected the wearer from drunkenness (!) and enabled them to keep a balanced mindset.

Aquamarine Birthstone in natural form
silver star personalised with initial and Aquamarine birthstone

March Birthstone: Aquamarine

This gemstone is the birthstone for March, said to embrace the sea and the sky, as its rich colour ranges from pale to a deep and bright blue. It is said to having a calming influence on married couples making it a great anniversary gift!

What does it symbolise:

Youth, calm, health and hope.

Diamond Birthstone in natural form
gold ring set with multiple diamonds

April Birthstone: Diamond

Formed 100 miles beneath the Earth’s surface over a billion years ago, diamonds are the hardest and today one of the most treasured gems.

A wedding anniversary celebrating 60 years of marriage is originally associated with the diamond

What does it symbolise:

Eternal love

Emerald Diamond Birthstone in natural form
emerald diamond stud gold earrings

May Birthstone: Emerald Diamond

One of the rarest gemstones Emerald, carries the rich green colour of Spring and radiates a beautiful vivid green tone.

What does it symbolise:

Rebirth and love

Alexandrite Birthstone in natural form
small initial disc set with Alexandrite birthstone

June Birthstone: Alexandrite

Alexandrite gemstones are extremely rare and desirable since they change colour based on the lighting; they are often thought to be magical.

What does it symbolise:

It is said to strengthen intuition, aid in creativity and inspire the imagination.

ruby birthstone in natural form
textured letters set with ruby birthstones

July Birthstone: Ruby

Favoured by royalty, the Ruby is sometimes called the King of Gems and is best known for its beautiful red colour.

The 40th wedding anniversary is traditionally linked to the Ruby.

What does it symbolise:

Love, passion, courage and emotion. It is also though to encourage good fortune.

Peridot Birthstone in natural form
gold Heart signet ring set with peridot birthstone

August Birthstone: Peridot

The Peridot is sometimes called the “evening emerald” for its light green colour. It was once believed that the green peridot crystals found in volcanic ashes were the tears of the volcano goddess, Pele.

What does it symbolise:

It is believed to instil power and influence in the wearer.

Saphire Birthstone in natural form
gold russian ring necklace set with sapphires

September Birthstone: Sapphire

“Sapphire” is the Greek word for blue (although they can come in other colours from orange to peach). They are a beautiful gem and the most popular gemstones for engagement rings.

What does it symbolise:

Honesty, loyalty, purity and trust

Pink Tourmaline Birthstone in natural form
spinner necklace pendants with pink tourmaline birthstones

October Birthstone: Pink Tourmaline

Tourmaline lives up to its name, which means “mixed stone.” It comes in a variety of colours, but we love the pink variant. It is thought to be a ‘receptive stone’ which means it is has calming and soothing properties.

What does it symbolise:

Heart, love and compassion.

Citrine Birthstone in natural form
personalised heart charm with citrine birthstone

November Birthstone: Citrine

The warm colour of Citrine is said to be a gift from the sun, it encompasses all the yellow tones and is believed to be a healing power.

What does it symbolise:

Success and prosperity.

Tanzanite Birthstone in natural form
textured gold personalised ring set with tanzanite birthstones

December Birthstone: Tanzanite

Tanzanite is a one-of-a-kind gemstone which can only be found in one place on Earth: the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro. This gem is velvety deep blue with a rich overtone of purple creating a unique hue.

What does it symbolise:

Wisdom, truth, dignity and spiritual mastery.

Personalised Brithstone Jewellery

We offer a wide range of Birthstone Jewellery that can be personalised with meaningful sentimates or memorable dates.

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