A birthstone is a gemstone that represents a person's birth that is usually the month or zodiac sign. Find out what's yours and what it represents. 


  • Modern & Traditional - Garnet 
    While garnets are known for its fiery red color, they actually come in every color of the rainbow.
    The garnet helps to build a strong sense of self-confidence upon wear.
    Aside from that, Garnets symbolizes love by bringing factors such as warmth, trust, honesty and understanding to relationships.



  • Modern & Traditional - Amethyst 
    Amethyst is a powerful and protective stone. 
    This stone increases nobility, provides a positive transformation and protects the wearer from all types of harm.
    It helps calm and stimulate the mind enabling you to be more focused in everything that you do.



  • Modern - Aquamarine 
    The colors of aquamarine ranges from light blue to greenish blue which closely resembles the color of the sea.
    Aquamarine invokes a sense of tranquility. It has also been a symbol of youth, health and hope for a long time.

  • Traditional - Bloodstone 
    Bloodstones are generally green in color with speckles of red which gives off a mystical look.
    It is believed that this gemstone allows the wearers to have courage and strength in everything they do.
    It also helps to sharpen sensitivity and willpower.



  • Modern & Traditional - Diamond 

    Diamonds have been said to provide better relationships and increase inner strength of those who wear it.
    It is also believed that diamonds bring about balance, clarity and abundance. Furthermore, diamonds symbolise eternal love.



  • Modern & Traditional - Emerald 

    The emerald ranges from a beautiful bluish green to a deep to medium green.
    Spiritual awareness, protection, love and wisdom have all been a symbol of emerald.



  • Modern - Alexandrite 

    It is said to be a magical stone whereby it can determine the health of the person by changing its color.
    Alexandrite is thought to bring luck, good fortune and love to the wearer.

  • Modern - Moonstone 

    Moonstones are found in opalescent, milky whites with variants of blue, gray, pink or green. 
    The moonstone represents new beginnings and it is a stone of inner growth and strength.
    On top of this, this stone cultivates empathy and compassion to the wearer.

  • Traditional - Pearl

    This stone is considered to be one of the world’s oldest gemstones. It is usually white in color but pearls come in different colors as well.
    Pearls are often associated with good fortune, humility, abundance, purity, chastity, love and innocence.



  • Modern & Traditional - Ruby 

    Ruby comes in a deep red shade and looks similar to the garnet. However, this stone brings happiness and passion into the wearer’s life.
    This is why Ruby is perfect for gifting loved ones on occasions like Valentine’s Day or anniversaries.



  • Modern - Peridot 

    Peridot is known as the stone of compassion. It is believed to bring good health, a good night’s sleep and peace to relationships by providing strength and balanced emotions. It also inspires creativity in the wearer.

  • Modern - Spinel 

    Spinels get their name from the Latin word “spina” which means “thorn” referring to their shape.
    They also come in different colors from vibrant pink to bluish green. 
    Not only do spinels encourage passion, devotion and longevity, they also help to release stress and anxiety.



  • Modern & Traditional - Sapphire 

    The royal blue stone is a stone of wisdom, royalty and divine favor and is considered the gem of gems.
    It is believed that sapphire wearers will receive protection, good fortune and spiritual insight.
    While being a symbol of power and strength, it also symbolises kindness and wise judgement.



  • Modern - Tourmaline 

    The stone is associated with protection, grounding, health, happiness, luck and positivity.
    On top of that, many consider the Black Tourmaline to be the most powerful protective stone.

  • Modern - Opal 

    Opal comes in many kinds of colors and is considered to be a precious stone.
    This stone is usually given to celebrate the 14th year of marriage. It enhances its owners creativity and their conscious levels.
    It also provides positive feelings to their wearers.



  • Modern - Golden Topaz 

    This stone aligns with divine will. It helps instill faith which might help to bring all good things in life.
    It is also said that the Golden Topaz helps to attract beneficial people in life which will only benefit you. 

    Modern - Citrine 

  • Citrines have been valued for their beauty and brilliance for a very long time.
    This stone is believed to bring about wealth, prosperity and success.
    Citrine is also believed to bring an energetic pick-me-up to the wearers.



  • Modern - Blue Topaz 

    The Blue Topaz stone brings about good communication skills. It is also used to enable wearers to express themselves.
    It is said that, if you are someone who is not accustomed to public speaking, by wearing the blue topaz, you will be able to choose the right words and speak more proficiently. 

  • Modern - Tanzanite 

    Tanzanite allows you to grow your mind and soul. This gemstone awakens the wearer’s potential.
    It is a good gemstone for people who work alongside people a lot too as it provides a strong sense of mental stability.
    Furthermore, it helps to enhance different types of skills.

  • Traditional - Turquoise

    Turquoise comes in two different colors - light blue and green.
    It promotes a much smoother communication among people. It is famous for its properties of healing.
    This gemstone allows you to be true to yourself and make decisions that are right for you.

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