Cute Birthstone Jewelry To Gift Or To Keep For Yourself

Diamonds, emeralds, sapphires, and more.

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Birthstone — a gemstone that corresponds to a person’s birth month — can be incorporated into jewelry for a personalized and sentimental approach to accessorizing. Shop the best birthstone jewelry pieces to gift to your loved ones (or to yourself), ahead.

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Fire Garnet Ring in Gold

January: Garnet

Garnet is recognized for its ability to revitalize and balance energy. Slip this ring on after a long work week, grab that wine, and enjoy some time outdoors to recenter yourself.
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February: Amethyst

February babies will love wearing these earrings on a night out. Ancient Greeks believed that the stone protected the wearer from being inebriated and enabled them to keep a balanced mindset. Keep calm and party on!
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March: Aquamarine

This aqua blue gemstone is not only a vibrant accessory that will make a worthy addition to your spring/summer wardrobe, but it also symbolizes youth, health, and hope.
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Pavé Diamond Dôme Hoops

April: Diamond

A symbol of purity, this precious gemstone is believed to have the ability to clear emotional and mental pain. Diamonds are also commonly associated with love, so if you’re an April babe, go ahead and show yourself some self-love by investing in these earrings.
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May: Emerald

A symbol of power, rebirth, and love, emeralds look great when created into dainty stud earrings. As it happens, emerald is also a trending color for Spring 2021.
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June: Pearl

This pendant spotlights June’s traditional gemstone, a pearl, all on its own. (A more modern alternative to this would be alexandrite.) Elegant and suitable for all ages, pearls symbolize wisdom and serenity.

July: Ruby

This fiery gemstone is considered to be the king of gems due to its rarity. Rubies also represent love, health, and wisdom.
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Mara Gemstone Hoops in Peridot

August: Peridot

This precious lime colored gemstone will allegedly have the power to protect the owner from harm and soothe away sadness. This is the perfect retail therapy piece to get for yourself.
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September: Sapphire

Though most desired in its pure, rich blue color, this stone can also be found in almost any hue including pink, yellow, and green. Sapphire symbolizes harmony and wealth.
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All Eyes Ring in Opal

October: Opal

Channel your uniqueness with this eye-shaped ring. Opal is one of the truly unique, one-of-a-kind gemstones due to the unique kaleidoscopic color pattern found in each of the gems. Opals represent originality and creativity.
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November: Citrine

This warm tone gemstone is believed to promote vitality and energy in the wearer. You’ll want to rock this sunburst-colored ring every day thanks to its cheerful hue.
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December: Turquoise

Last but not least, this ocean-colored gemstone is always a jewelry fan’s favorite to wear. It can make the most basic, neutral outfits pop with color. Turquoise is said to symbolize hope and tranquility.
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