Customised jewellery offers you complete control over your jewellery design. You can pour your deepest thoughts and creative ideas into a design that represents the real you and style. This customised birthstone jewellery has an extraordinary message to convey. This pendant was customised for a lady and it features an alluring aquamarine birthstone. It also features the birthstones of her parents: Spinel representing the month of August and Tourmaline representing the month of October. This family birthstone pendant is a present to the lady from her parents for her wedding. It represents the unbreakable bond that the parents have for their daughter. It is a symbol of pure love that the parents have for their child. Plainly unparalleled, the pendant was custom designed with the initial of the person it is intended for.
Birthstone jewellery has become immensely popular. These are preferred by people regardless of age, gender or race. Each month is represented by one/two unique gemstone. Like the sapphire emerald and amethyst cluster earring, it is custom made for a lady who is inspired to customised heirloom jewellery of her family members’ birthstone. If you are new to this concept, then just check the gemstone associated with your birth month. Here are the twelve different gemstones associated with each month. The information provided is as per the official listing by the National Association of Jewellers.
The birthstone can be one of the consideration if you are looking for a proposal ring. However, there could be some restriction as the particular gemstone might not be her favourite colour, or might not be the hardest gem for daily wear. Below are different gemstone in every month of birth, and the availability of colour shades.
January – Garnet
Garnet is the gemstone that represents the month of January. It symbolizes trust and friendship. Though it is not the rarest gemstone available in the market, it does come in unique colour shades. Malaya Garnet (Pinkish Orange) is one of the rarest shades of this gemstone. Tsavorite garnet (Green) and mandrian garnet (Orange) are also desirable for their unique shades.
February – Amethyst
Amethyst is the gemstone representing the month of February. It symbolises mystery and royalty. This is basically a quartz crystal and has its origins tracing back to Greek mythology. It is a common crystal and features a purple hue. It is believed to increase one’s wealth.
March – Aquamarine
Aquamarine (Blue) gemstone represents the month of March. It symbolises purity. It is basically belongs to Beryl mineral species which is the same as Morganite(Pink). The best thing about this gemstone is that the pastel shade would blend well with your everyday outfit.
April – Diamond
Those who are fond of jewelleries are very well aware of what diamond gemstone is. It is one of the most loved gemstones and is known for its hardness. It is available in both colourless and coloured form. It also occurs naturally in shades of green, yellow, blue and pink.
May – Emerald
This gemstone represents intelligence. It is believed to be a royal jewel and is known for its vivid green colour. There are a few stones that feature a tint of blue. Emerald also belongs to the family of beryl mineral species which is the same as the aquamarine.
June – Pearl & Alexandrite
Pearl and Alexandrite the gemstones associated with the month of June. Alexandrite is known for changing its colour under different lights. It appears green in daylight and purplish red when subjected to incandescent light. It appears like emerald by the day and ruby by night. It is one of the rarest gemstone and even 1 carat can cost a premium. Though pearls are usually common, Akoyal pearl and Southsea pearl are organic gems and are quite rare.
July – Ruby
The most exotic gemstone Ruby is associated with the month of July. It is known for wisdom, love and passion. It was preferred by royalty. Ruby belongs to corundum mineral species which is the same as sapphire. It is known for its vivid pigeon blood ruby red shade.
August – Spinel & Peridot
Spinel and Peridot are the two gemstones that are associated with the month of August. Peridot features a lime green shade. Spinel was recently announced to be a birthstone for August. Mahenge Spinel has a vivid pinkish red shade and this unique gem have a variety of colour shade range from red, pink, blue to grey.
September – Sapphire
Sapphire is the gemstone associated with the month of September. It belongs to Corundum mineral species and is available in variety of colour shades. The orange-pink Padparadscha Sapphire is the rarest shade of sapphire and resembles salmon colour. Not forgetting the most desired and popular Royal Blue Sapphire shade.
October – Tourmaline
Tourmaline is one of the most colourful gemstones available today. It is popular for its wide scale of rainbow colours. The neon greenish blue shade of Paraiba tourmaline is one-of-a-kind with Brazil Paraiba being the most sought after shades.
November – Topaz & Citrine
Topaz and Citrine are the two shades associated with this month. These represent energy and healing. Topaz is commonly available in shades of blue. The imperial topaz (Yellow) is the most sought after colour.
December – Tanzanite
Tanzanite is known for its unique shade. It basically features blue, violet and greyish shade. It is slightly softer in comparison to other gemstones and hence it is prone to scratches.
Birthstone on the day
If you aren’t fond of your birthstone on that particular month, it is not necessary to customise a jewellery piece with your birthstone. perhaps you can look into alternative birthday gemstone based on the day of the week on which you were born.
- Monday – Pearl
- Tuesday – Ruby & Emerald
- Wednesday – Amethyst
- Thursday – Sapphire
- Friday – emerald
- Saturday – Diamond
- Sunday – Topaz & Diamond
Family birthstone pendant, customised in natural white gold with different birthstone of the family member. Spinel and Peridot as august birthstone and lagoon tourmaline as October birthstone. This birthstone pendant was customised from a gentleman to his mom on her birthday, which holds great sentimental value like an heirloom piece.