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Guide to Birthstones: March – Aquamarine and Bloodstone

Guide to Birthstones: March – Aquamarine and Bloodstone

March has two birthstones; The traditional birthstone is Bloodstone, while the modern birthstone is Aquamarine. While they are vastly different in appearance, they both share the qualities of improving the wearer’s health. COLORS, PROPERTIES, & FEATURES Aquamarine: The name “Aquamarine” stems from the Latin words ‘aqua marinus,’ meaning water of the sea. It is named

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Guide to Birthstones: June – Pearl, Axexandrite, And Moonstone

Guide to Birthstones: June – Pearl, Axexandrite, And Moonstone

If you were born, in June, you also have three birthstones — pearl, alexandrite, and moonstone. You can opt for creamy colored, opalescent pearls and moonstones, or the extremely rare color-changing alexandrite, which is one of the most valuable gems in the world. Pearls are the only gemstone which is made by living creatures, mollusks

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Guide to Birthstones: July – Ruby

Guide to Birthstones: August – Sardonyx, Peridot, And Spinel

August is one of three months that has three birthstones — sardonyx, peridot, and spinel. Sardonyx combines alternating layers of sard and onyx–two kinds of the mineral chalcedony–to create red, zebra- striped stones with white bands. Colors range from yellowish red to reddish brown, depending on how much iron oxide is present. Registering a 6.5,

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