AMETHYST
Amethyst, the traditional birthstone for the month of February, is available in small and large sizes, although as with all gemstones, very large sizes in rich, deep colors have always been rare. Designers celebrate Amethyst as the ideal choice choice for Jewelry because of its regal color, variety of sizes and shapes, affordability, and wide tonal range, from light to dark purple
Amethyst, the traditional February birthstone, was worn by the ancient Romans as a talisman to ward off the intoxicating powers of Bacchus. Detail...

AQUAMARINE
Aquamarines are found in a range of blue shades, from the palest pastel to greenish blue to a deep blue. While the choice of color is largely a matter of taste, the deeper blue gems are now rare.
This elegant colored gemstone is the birth of March and is the symbol of youth, hope, health and fidelity. Detail...

CITRINE
Citrine derived from the French word lemon, in all of its glorious golden and yellow colors, is the most affordable of all the earth stones and is the alternate birthstone for November. Detail...

GARNET
The versatile Garnet comes in a virtual rainbow of colors. Garnet is the traditional birthstone for the month of January. Rich Orange and golden hues, striking greens, petal soft colors of violet and lavender, all await your selection.
The birthstone for January, Garnet is the suggested gift for the second anniversary. Associated with the astrological signs of Aquarius and Leo, this gemstone is believed to be the sign of friendship, loyalty and devotion. Detail...

IOLITE
Iolite, mined in India, Sri Lanka, Africa and Brazil, can be obtained in sizes upto 4 to 5 carats reasonably easily, although much larger gems have been found. It is commonly cut into traditional shapes, and is most desirable color is rich-violet blue. This pleasing blue gemstone is gaining widespread popularity for its beauty and its attractive affordability. Detail...

PERIDOT
Like many of the worlds popular colored gemstones, Peridot has been created with a host of magical powers and healing properties, such as protection against nightmares and possessing the power to ward of evil.
The birthstone for August, Peridot is also the suggested gemstone gift for the sixteenth wedding annivarsary. Detail...

RHODOLITE
The oranges and browns of Spessarite and Hessonite hail from Namibia and Sri Lanka and the subtle pinks and purples of the Rhodolite, named after the rhododendron flower, are also there for you to explore. Detail...

TANZANITE
Tanzanite, one of the most popular blue gemstones available today, occurs in a variety of shapes and sizes and also provides a striking assortment of tonal qualities. Rarely pure blue
Tanzanite alsmost always displays its signature overtones of purple. In smaller sizes, Tanzanite tends towards lighter tones, and the lavender color is more common. In larger sizes, Tanzanite typically displays deeper, richer color. Detail...

TOURMALINE
Vivid reds, hot pinks, verdant greens and blues abound in this marvelous gem variety. Earth tones as varied as a prarie sunset are readily available. Not only does tourmaline occur in a spectacular range of colors, but it also combines those colors in a single gemstone called bi-color or party color tourmaline.
Tourmalines are available in faceted or cabochon cuts and a range of sizes and shapes. They are mined in many parts of the world including Brazil, Afghanistan, East Africa and the United States. They share birthstone status with Opal for the month of October. Detail...

TSAVORITE
Tsavorite is a gemstone of brilliant green color, a real competitor to the emerald but less expensive. It was first discovered in 1968 in Tanzania.
There are two main types of rock in which green vanadium grossularite garnet (tsavorite) occurs, namely crystalline limestone and graphite gneiss. Detail...


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