January - Garnet

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Garnet is known for its dark red gemstone, but in reality few gems can rival its diversity of color, it’s found in every rainbow color except blue. Browse garnet birthstone jewelry

 

February - Amethyst

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Amethyst’s majestic hue of purple ranges from very light to very dark. The finest quality amethyst exhibits a high degree of transparency and a deep purple color enhanced by flashes of burgundy or rose. Browse amethyst birthstone jewelry

March - Aquamarine

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Aquamarine ranges from very light to medium blue, which is often tinted by a splash of green. Browse aquamarine birthstone jewelry

April - Diamond

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Diamonds are available in a variety of colors, but the majority range from colorless to very pale yellow or brown. Browse diamond birthstone jewelry

May - Emerald

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No other green gemstone rivals emerald’s luxuriant green hue. Browse emerald birthstone jewelry

June - Cultured Pearl, Moonstone

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Cultured pearls combine nature’s beauty with man’s genius to create an organic gemstone in a variety of styles and prices. While the most valuable moonstones are colorless with a blue sheen and high transparency, some of the most popular have a silvery white sheen with a white-to-gray body. Browse pearl and moonstone birthstone jewelry

July - Ruby

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Ruby is known as the “King of Gems” and has a scarlet color and intensity like no other red gemstone. Browse ruby birthstone jewelry

August - Peridot

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Peridot’s color ranges from a light yellow green to darker shades of olive. Browse peridot birthstone jewelry

October - Opal, Tourmaline

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Opal dazzles the eye with a spectral display of dancing colors that flash within its mysterious depths. Tourmaline occurs in more colors and color combinations than any other gem variety. Browse opal and tourmaline birthstone jewelry

November - Topaz, Citrine

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Topaz can be found in both cool (blue, green) and warm (amber, orange, brown) shades. Citrines range from the soft hues of golden champagne to the deep color of Madeira wine. Browse topaz and citrine birthstone jewelry 

December - Turquoise, Blue Zircon, Tanzanite

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Turquoise is found in opaque shades ranging from robin’s egg blue to soft verdigris green. Zircon is available in a range of colors, the most popular of which is blue. Zircon’s colorless variety is sometimes confused with diamond due to zircon’s brilliance and highly dispersive nature. Tanzanite ranges from blue to purple, its depth of hue and purity of color is unmatched by most gems. Browse turquoise and tanzanite birthstone jewelry

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