Aquamarine is the birthstone of March. It radiates with calming energy, and is said to release our deep inner wisdom. Ancient Greek sailors tossed Aquamarines in the water as an offering to the gods... and perhaps to attract mermaids.

Blue sapphires are thought to gain their color from the grace of an ancient god, bestowing blessings of beautiful dreams and wisdom. It is the birthstone of September.

Topaz is believed to have unparalleled healing powers, keeping the body and mind healthy. Topaz is the birthstone of November.

Each cameo is a small work of art, a tradition dating back 300 years before the birth of Christ. The delicate beauty of a cameo evokes an almost magical feeling.

Citrine's unique yellow color is thought to provide happiness, with its calming influence it provides self-confidence. Tourmaline is also calming, and thought to inspire ideas and creativity. The birthstone of October.

Cubic Ziconia is a fabricated gemstone siimilar to a diamond, but not as hard, and less refractive. CZs actually have very high light dispersion, which can create a small rainbow of color.

Emeralds are the gemstone of many myths and legends, endowing the wearer with the ability to see the future. The deep rich color seems to hold a magical quality, and of course bring good luck! The birthstone of May.

The garnet is considered to be the gemstone of sincerity and honesty, and friendliness! Garnet is the birthstone of January.

Providing strength and clarity, impossibly strong, diamonds are the symbol of eternity. Diamonds are the birthstone of April.

Gold is associated with the sun and wealth. It's allure is unmistakable. The higher the Karat, the more gold content. (while a carat is a measure of weight). 14K and 24K have a rich color, but are softer than 10K, which is more durable since it contains more alloy.

Peridot is the gemstone of nature and tranquility. Peridot is the birthstone of August.

Enamel paints are strong and vibrant, with a deep glossy color. Enamel paints are known to have been used by skilled jewelry artisans as early as the first century BC.

Moonstone's ever-changing reflections on its surface suggest a powerful, good natured spirit dwells within the gemstone.

Onyx was believed to drive away evil spirits and cure ailments. Some believed it could even calm storms. No wonder it was a favorite of Queen Victoria.

Opals come in many colors, with white opal being popular for romantic rings and even wedding rings. Fire Opal is a favorite for its vivid color. Opals have many healing properties and benefits, including one of the best stones to shield you from negative energy and bad luck! Opal is the birthstone of October.

Pearls symbolize peace, health and wealth, and good wishes. Pearls are the birthstone of June.

Pink Sapphires are considered to bring good fortune and true love. Considered a symbol of beauty, wisdom and purity in legend and mythology.

Tanzanite became popular in the 1960's, its deep color savored by collectors, it has become a favorite gemstone. Tanzanite and Turquoise are December Birthstones.

Quartz has a smokey color, thought to ease the mind and calm emotions.

Each colorful gemstone adds its own magic to these inspiring combinations, bringing happiness and confidence, health and wisdom.

The red color symbolizes life-blood, and is thought to circulate energy through the body, and provide prosperity in life for both business and love. Red Coral is the gemstone of the planet Mars.

Rose Gold brings romance, style and elegance. Its soft hues present a refined alternative to traditional gold jewelry.

Rubies seem to glow with an eternal fire, making them the gemstone of passion and love. Of course, it is the birthstone of July, the hottest month!

Turquoise allows communication with the spirits, and also eases speaking to others, instilling positive energy. Tanzanite and Turquoise are December Birthstones.

The gemstone of romance and mystery. To those who can unravel its secrets, it can impart inspiration and wisdom. Amethyst is the birthstone of February.

White Topaz is considered to have powerful protective powers, and it symbolizes peace, hope, and affection. It is a popular affordable choice for Wedding and Engagement rings, as it is said to provide true love and a long, healthy life!

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