Her Royal Majesty. . . the September birthstone. The rich, blue hued sapphire is a gemstone loved by all for its symbolism of sincerity, truth, faithfulness and nobility. Perhaps the best-known sapphire is the 12 ct blue gem surrounded by diamonds in the sapphire engagement ring first worn by Princess Diana and then given by her son to Kate Middleton, now Duchess of Cambridge.
As one of the oldest known gemstones, Peridot is a gem that is especially connected with ancient Egypt. The Egyptians called it the "gem of the sun." Sought after for its sparkling, yellowish green hues and long history. Shop this beautiful August birthstone that will surely bring you the prosperity and good fortune for which it is known.
In ancient India, the ruby was called the "king of precious stones" for its' rarity, hardness (second only to diamond), beauty and seemingly mystical powers. Long associated with the life force blood, ruby was a symbol of power and youthful energy.
Pearls have long been associated with purity, humility and innocence. So it may be said that the June birthstone meaning is "sweet simplicity." As such, pearls were traditionally given as a wedding gift.
And just like that it’s the first Monday in May! All of the emerald girls get to celebrate another birthday and it seems that our city is bursting in green to celebrate as well! What a beautiful gemstone!
April! You bedazzle us with your bright, beautiful blooms and your sparkling birthstone! So happy to be attending some of the wonderful events that we have missed for the last 2 years! Put on a pretty dress and your lipstick...and don’t forget your diamonds!
Hello October, bring on the autumnal glory and the stone of the month, Opal! This traditional birthstone is known for its iridescent, shifting rainbow colors — a phenomenon known as “play-of-color.” Shop our opal collection now!