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Gemstones - Birthstones
What are the traditional birthstones?
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Amethyst - February
This stone´s legend has Bacchus, god of wine, feeling angry and looking for ...
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Bloodstone - March
Bloodstone is the gemstone for March. In essence it's a green stone - ...
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Diamond - April
The diamond is the classic symbol of engagement and marriage. It´s hardness ...
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Emerald - May
Emerald is the birthstone for May. It is thought to symbolize long love, ...
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Garnet - January
The garnet is the birthstone for January. It is usually found in red and dark ...
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Opal - October
Opal is October´s birthstone. It is a symbol of trust and confidence.
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Pearl - June
Pearl is actually created by oysters when a speck of dust falls into their ...
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Peridot - August
This light green gem is often used in multicolor bracelets. It is the ...
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Ruby - July
The Ruby is the birthstone for July. It is brilliant red and often a sign of ...
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Sapphire - September
While the blue sapphire is best known, sapphires do come in other colors as ...
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Topaz - November
Topaz comes in many colors, and is the birthstone for November. Its name comes ...
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Turquoise - December
Turquoise is the traditional birthstone for December, and is a stone much loved ...
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