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Traditionally Opal but in 1952 Tourmaline was approved by AGS as the alternate gemstone of choice for this month. This stunning gemstone comes in varying colours and will be a solid choice for anyone looking to buy a piece of birthstone jewellery.
Purple Sapphires are truly stunning and unique, far rarer than the more traditional blue sapphire. From lavenders through to deep pinky/purple hues, there is such a huge difference in purple sapphire colorings that you will find it difficult to find your favourite.
The name “sapphire” can also apply to any corundum that’s not ruby red. Sapphire is the birthstone of September and the gem of the 45th and 65th wedding anniversaries. A special gemstone which is seen as one of the 3 iconic gemstone pillars.
Known as “evening emeralds” for their vibrant color in low light, the peridot birthstone ranges from a bright grassy hue to a rich olive green. It’s the gem variety of olivine, a stone valued for its use in meditation and Feng Shui.
Rubies are not only the birthstone for July but are also the anniversary stone for 40 years of marriage. In the scientific world Rubies are the rarest form of the mineral Corundum. Read our blog to find out how Rubies are formed, and which celebrities adore these stunning gemstones.