Complete Birthstone Guide | The Diamond Setter

Birthstones is a common reference when buying the beautiful jewellery for you or your loved ones. They represent good luck, protection and prosperity. But what happens if you are not fond of the traditional stone for your birth month? Worry not, we did some research and we found that there is a modern selection of birthstones so you have more choice!

Wearing your chosen stone in a ring, necklace or earrings are believed to bring a beautiful aura and attracts positive energy. There is also a belief that some birth stones promotes healing.The Diamond Setter Birthstone Guide

 

January - Garnet and Tsavorite

Symbol of light, guidance, power, friendship and trust

February -  Amethyst and Hyacynth

Gem of peace protection and tranquility

March - Aquamarine and Bloodstone

Gem of hope, health, youth and happiness

April - Diamond, Sapphire and Quartz

Gem of purity, love, innocence, strength and harmony

May - Emerald, Chrysoprase and Onyx

Gem of love, loyalty, life, friendship and success

June - Alexandrite, Moonstone, Pearl

Gem of purity, luck and fortune

July - Ruby and Carnelian

Gem of passion, love, devotion and desire

August - Peridot, Moonstone, Spinel

Gem of spirit, serenity, trust and gladness

September - Sapphire

Gem of sincerity, charm, love and trust

October - Opal, Tourmaline

Gem of hope, faith, brilliance and good fortune

November - Topaz, Citrine

Gem of faithfulness, friendship, optimism and loyalty

December - Zircon, Turquoise, Tanzanite

Gem of prosperity, happiness, clarity and strength


Whether you are shopping for yourself or your loved one, we hope our gemstone guide helped shine a light on the basic of gems and some of the benefits of incorporating them in your everyday jewellery.

Our expert master diamond and gemstone setter will be happy to help you choose the best setting work for any of your chosen stones. Get in touch to make sure your gemstone sits securely in the precious metal but also showcases its natural beauty in your unique jewellery piece.

 

Written by:

Lorraine Marsh