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  1. December's Icy Blue Beauties: Tanzanite and Blue Topaz Birthstones

    December's Icy Blue Beauties: Tanzanite and Blue Topaz Birthstones
    Icy blue and sparkling, December’s birthstones truly embody the month’s exquisite natural beauty. Tanzanite and blue topaz join one another to become the December birthstone options for those lucky enough to be born in winter’s first month! Tanzanite, named by Tiffany & Co. for its mine's origins, was first discovered in 1967, making it a relatively new gem to the world of jewelry. Discovered by Maasai herders in the Merelani Hills of Tanzania, over two million carats of the gemstone were ...
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  2. November's Historic Birthstone

    November's Historic Birthstone
    November is the month of harvest. With Thanksgiving right around the corner and an abundance of hearty veggies and warm soups just waiting to be devoured, what better birthstone to celebrate with than the warm, fall colored citrine? Burning with fiery orange blaze, citrine’s color is unique and desired by many.  Citrine has been sought after for centuries. A favorite of ancient Greek, Egyptian, and Roman societies, citrine was thought to rid the wearer of evil thoughts and bring them prosperity and an even, calmed temper. Today, citrine is less rare, making it a stunning, accessible option for anyone who loves colored gemstones and the bright a ...
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  3. Kate's Royal September Sapphire: A Family Heirloom

    Kate's Royal September Sapphire: A Family Heirloom
    As the beautiful days of September quickly slip by, it’s time to think about birthday gifts for your loved ones born in the early days of autumn! What better gift than the gift of a birthstone worn by royalty?  September’s sparkling sapphire has been a favorite in Britain’s royal family for generations and appears in countless styles and photos on the royal women. Possibly the most famous and notable sapphire in the family, however, belongs to The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton. Kate’s stunning 12 carat engagement ring is like no other, sparkling brilliantly with 14 diamonds surrounding an exquisite oval Ceylon Sapphire stone.  ...
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  4. Peridot, the Stunning August Birthstone

    Peridot, the Stunning August Birthstone
    Though peridot may not be the most popular gemstone in today’s society, the birthstone of August has a history that is as rich as its stunning natural green color. Throughout history, this brilliant stone has been compared to, and mistaken for emeralds on many occasions due to its strong similarity in color and presentation.  Peridot or, “the emerald of the evening”, as ancient Romans are said to have called it, is one of the few gemstones to have a naturally occurring lime green color. Its dazzling shades can add a sense of bold confidence to darker outfits, making it the perfect accessory for the evening gown you’ve always dreamed of wearing.  Though the nam ...
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  5. July's Royal Ruby

    July's Royal Ruby
    Rubies are dazzling, royal, and, luckily for all of the July babies out there, the July birthstone! For many people, their very favorite pieces of jewelry, and the ones they can’t live without, are their ruby pieces. Rubies are elegant and tend to be easily matched with diamonds, making them a wonderful choice for jewelry that dresses up your look with sparkle and glamor! Since rubies are such a rich colored stone, they work extremely well as a statement piece, but the versatility of the stone makes it so that they can also pair beautifully, in more simple designs, with laid back outfits like jeans and a simple blouse!  ...
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  6. Famous June Birthstone: Heidi Klum's Alexandrite Engagement Ring

    Famous June Birthstone: Heidi Klum's Alexandrite Engagement Ring
    Happy June!  Summer is just around the corner which means the days are getting longer and it’s time for the June birthstone spotlight! June has a couple of birthstones associated with it but my personal favorite is the stunning alexandrite stone.  Alexandrite is unique because of its incredible color changing properties.  Often called a chameleon gemstone, alexandrite can appear green-blue in natural light and red-pink-purple in artificial light, creating a dramatic color change.  Depending on the stone, the undertones will vary with intensity and color, but the color shift will remain beautiful and intriguing.  Coincidentally, alexandrite must be Heidi Klum and her guitarist husband, Tom Kaulitz’s favorite stone, too, since Kaulkitz presented Klum with a beautiful alexandrite engagement ring in December of 2018. Surrounded in a halo of smaller dia ...
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  7. January's Famous Garnet: Pyrope Hair Comb

    January's Famous Garnet: Pyrope Hair Comb
      Another year has come and gone. 2020 was a wild ride, and who knows what 2021 will bring. But let’s start the year off right with something classic: garnet birthstones.  Garnet can be found in a range of colors, such as intense greens, rich purples, even light pinks, but a classic garnet is most commonly found in a nice, deep shade of red. The name garnet covers an entire family of different stones, notably pyrope garnet. These pyrope stones are an infamously deep red, traditionally used in a lot of Victorian jewelry. Pyropes were mainly mined in Bohemia, in the Czech Republic, and were commonly called Bohemian pyropes. The most famous pyrope garnets are set in an antique hair comb.  ...
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  8. Turquoise, December's Alternate Birthstone

    Turquoise, December's Alternate Birthstone
    We’ve slipped into the last month of the year, folks. December is here, the final month of 2020. For those of you with December birthdays, it’s time to celebrate, as well as enjoy the end to a long year. So if you’ve got any birthday shopping to do, consider your alternate December birthstone: turquoise. ...
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  9. Sparkle with Topaz this November

    Sparkle with Topaz this November
    Autumn is getting colder, the earth turning from green to orange. Citrine is traditionally known as November’s birthstone, a perfect, bright stone to pair with the colors of autumn. But not everyone favors the rich, earthen tones of citrine. That’s where topaz comes in. For those who prefer a brighter range of colors to choose from, topaz can be found in shades of blue, yellow, pink, orange, and sometimes white. Most common is blue topaz. It’s a striking shade of blue, much like aquamarine, but with a brighter, richer hue. Blue topaz looks lovely in silver, yellow or rose gold, or paired with just about any other gemstone. ...
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    This entry was posted in: birthstones , blue topaz , london topaz , birthstone jewelry , citrine , november birthstone
  10. September Sapphires: What's Your Perfect Color?

    September Sapphires: What's Your Perfect Color?
    As one of the world’s most popular engagement ring stones, sapphires have been holding steady in popularity for quite a while. And with good reason.  Sapphires hit a 9 on the Mohs hardness scale, making it a wonderful everyday gemstone that’s resistant to scratching, chipping, and other general wear and tear a gemstone can go through. Sapphire is a variety of the mineral corundum, as are rubies. The difference between sapphires and rubies boils down to a very basic component: color. ...
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