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August 1, 2019

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Hello, August! August’s Birthstone is Peridot – “The Extreme Stone” Bring Kindness and Adventure!   PERIDOT Throughout history, Peridot has come to have many names and accolades, among them “The Extreme Stone,” “The Tears of Pele”, and “Gem of the Sun”. Peridot is a sacred stone to many ancient cultures and peoples, considered a positive […]

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August Birthstone – Peridot

June Birthstone Pearl and Monstone

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June has three acknowledged birthstones, the Pearl, Moonstone and Alexandrite (one of the rarest stone in the world), and is only one of two months to have three birthstones.All three of June’s beautiful gemstones enhance the sense of well-being and stability of the wearer through transitional times, and can be used to calm one’s sense.

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June Birthstone – Pearl, Moonstone & Alexandrite

May Birthstone Emerald

Affectionately known as the “Stone of Successful Love”, and the “Poet’s Gemstone”, the deep green Emerald carries a rich history spanning over 4,000 years to Babylon, the “cradle of civilization.” It was a favorite gem of poets and artists, thought to inspire the Arts. Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, loved them and was known to drape herself in Emerald jewels.

May Birthstone – Emerald

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Aprils Birthstone Diamond

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Historically, ancient tales, myths, and legends wind around the eternal April birthstone, the infamous Diamond. As one of the world’s most valuable and ancient stones, although not nearly as rare as commonly believed, the Diamond – “King of Gems”, The Invincibility Stone, and the Forever Stone – is a crystal of Light; flashing prisms of brilliant color and spirituality in our lives.

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April Birthstone – Diamond

February Birthstone Amethyst

The semi-precious Amethyst, rich in history, lore and legend, has been revered in numerous ancient cultures. Amethyst can be traced back as far as 25,000 years ago where it was used as a decorative stone by prehistoric humans; it has been found among the remains of Neolithic man.

February Birthstone – Amethyst

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