Birthstone guide – Elyssa Jewelry

Birthstone guide

Gemstones are associated with each month and make them a perfect birthday gift. To find the jewelery for your birth month or the gift of the buyer's birth month, see below:
January: Garnetse

It is found in nature in all colors except blue. Dark red, which is used in January births, is the most common garnet color. It is believed that the person who wears Garnet jewelry protects his health and protects them while traveling. The garnish can be worn to express truth and belief.

February: Amethyst

Amethysts, February birthstone, are members of the quartz family. In ancient times, amethysts were awarded royalties with their gorgeous purple colors. Amethyst jewelry is believed to bring good luck to its user and spread love.

The color of amethyst varies from pale lilac to dark blue. Differences in color can be attributed to different areas where amethysts are mined. Amethysts are usually extracted in Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia, Argentina, Zambia, Namibia and other African countries.

March: Aquamarine

March stones can be found in a range of colors ranging from aquamarine, pale to dark blue. Aquamarine jewelry is thought to embody the beauty of the oceans and bring information, insight and inspiration to its users.

Aquamarines are rewarded for their inclusions and superior shine. The shades of Aquamarine are known for their unique names such as “Santa Maria”, the name of the rare Aquamarine found in the Santa Maria de Itabira mine in Brazil. Some other Aquamarines are known as "Santa Maria Africanas" because they are found in the Mozambique mines in Africa. Aquamarines are also
extracted in Nigeria, Madagascar, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

April: Diamond

Diamonds, Nisan horoscope stone is the brightest and most durable of all gemstones. For people born in April, diamond jewelry is said to keep their innocence and reveal their best qualities. Diamonds have been discovered in many countries in Canada, India, Russia, Brazil, Australia and Africa

Diamonds are valued for their superior brilliance and fires. When choosing a diamond, it is important to consider the cut, clarity, setting weight and color of the stone. Read our Diamond Guide to find out what to look for when buying diamond jewelry or buying a loose diamond.

May: Emerald

The rich green emerald is known as the May stone gemstone queen. It has long been considered a symbol of fertility, rebirth and spring. The emerald jewelry is believed to protect its user from the dangers of long journeys. Emerald not only makes magnificent birthstone jewelery, it is quite popular among those born in other months.

The name of the emerald is derived from the Greek word "Smaragdos", which means "green stone". Most of the emeralds of the world today are in Columbia, Brazil and Zambia. The emerald natural green color cannot be compared in the world of precious stones, and therefore this color is often referred to as "emerald green”.

June: İnci

Pearls are unique to the waters surrounding Japan and China and are unique to the world of gemstones because they are the only gemstones formed in a living creature (eg pearl oysters). These jewels of the sea come in a wide variety of shades, from creamy white to dark black.

Pearl june, the most famous of which is the gemstone, is known for its beauty and elegance. The beauty of the skin of a pearl creature is the only stone created within a unique and natural state. Pearls are found in Japan, China, Australia, Tahiti, the Philippines, the United States, and Burma.

July: Ruby

This July birthstone has been the precious property of kings and queens throughout history. Ruby is a symbol of love and immortality. In some countries, rubies are used in engagement rings instead of diamonds. In general, ruby rings, ruby earrings, ruby necklaces and other ruby jewelry are very popular

The price of a ruby is determined by color. The brightest and most precious red shade of ruby is called pigeon blood red and gives the highest price. Rubies were removed in Thailand, Burma, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Tanzania, Vietnam, Nepal, Pakistan, the USA and Greenland.

August: Peridot

The brilliant green peridot, the birth stone of August, has been valued since ancient times, up to Egypt, which is more than 3,500 years old. Peridot jewels are thought to remove evil and have special healing properties that can protect their users.

Peridot is found in igneous rocks in the upper mantle of the Earth, and small crystallites of peridot are often found in basalt rocks created by volcanoes. It is found in the USA, Myanmar, Egypt, China, Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

September: Sapphire

Sapphirus, the sapphire name in blue, is derived from the Latin word, so it is appropriate that the birthstone of September is a velvety blue hue. However, since sapphires are formed in nature, they come in a range of colors ranging from very light to very dark blue, yellow, brown, pink, violet, reddish orange, and bluish green

Sapphire is one of two types of ruby corundum, the other is red ruby. Except for red, every corundum color comes, blue is the most popular. Sapphire rings, sapphire earrings, sapphire necklaces and other kinds of jewelery containing sapphire are very popular.

Sapphires are removed from alluvial deposits and can be found in Myanmar, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, Australia, Thailand, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tanzania, Kenya and China.

October: Opal

Opals are rewarded for their exceptional color play, which varies according to the viewing angle. Opal, planting birth stone is a relatively soft and delicate stone. Opal jewelery is in high demand not only among those born in October, but is also loved by most of those who use jewelry.

Opal is an aqueous silica mineral. It takes its name from the Sanskirt name for the gemstone; upala. Opals are found in Mexico, Brazil, the USA, Japan, Honduras, Kenya, Czechoslovakia, Peru, Canada, and Australia.

November: Citrine

Citrine, the November horoscope stone is the orangey gold version of the jewel topaz. The name citrine comes from the word “citron”, the word “lemon” used for French. In ancient times, citrine was rewarded as the gift of the sun, and it was believed to be the antidote to a viper venom. Citrine jewelry is a great gift for someone born in November.

Citrine is a pale yellow crystalline quartz variety that resembles topaz. Different shades are yellow, gold, orange and brown. Brazil is the leading producer of citrine

December: Blue Topaz

Topaz comes in many colors such as light blue, pink, yellow, red and green. December zodiac sign topaz is a bright blue form and brings wearer protection. The beauty of blue topaz not only makes it a great gift for someone born in December, but also blue topaz jewelry in general is one of the most desired gemstones.

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