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Birthstones in Jewellery – Do you know the Meanings?
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To begin with there are Modern birthstones, Mystical birthstones and Ayurvedic birthstones. Ayurvedic is the ancient practice of healing, gives you the means of attaining and maintaining your own optimal health and well-being.

Do you know the Meanings of Your Birthstones?

January modern birthstone is the garnet, mystical is the emerald and Ayurvedic is garnet February modern is Amethyst, mystical is bloodstone and Ayurvedic is Amethyst March modern is aquamarine, mystical is jade and Ayurvedic is Bloodstone April modern is diamond, mystical is opal and Ayurvedic are a diamond.

The mystical birthstones are of Tibetan origin and date back over a thousand years and the Ayurvedic birthstone list is from Indian medicine and beliefs dating back to ancient India (1500 BC).

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To complicate matters there are also Zodiac birthstones. Just as you would expect the zodiac birthstones are shared within two months like Aquarius on Jan 21 – Feb 18 and it is the garnet. I will leave the zodiac stones for a future article.

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January’s garnet gemstone can be traced back as far as the Bronze Age and another reference as far back as 3100BC when the Egyptians used garnets in their jewellery and carvings. Egyptians said it was the symbol of life. Garnets were also popular with the Romans in the 3rd and 4th Century.

The word garnet comes from the 14th-century middle English word garnet meaning dark red. The word is derived from a Latin word that means seed. Also, Garnet is the name of a group of minerals that comes in a rainbow of colours from deep red to vibrant green.

There are some rare garnets in blue, colourless or most rare change colours in different lights. Also, the most common colour is the range of reds from rust to deep violet red. Legend has it that the garnet can bring peace, prosperity and good health to the home.

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For February the amethyst is a beautiful purple quartz. The ancient Greeks and Romans use it to ward off the powers of evil and was said to keep the wearer clear headed and quick witted. Amethyst has been found back as early as 2000 BC. This stone was often favoured by royalty or exclusively by the clergy as a symbol for the deity of Christ. For many years it was held in the same regard as diamonds.

Aquamarine for March is derived from the Latin aqua meaning water and marina meaning the sea. The colour is serene and invokes tranquillity. This stone is also used to celebrate 19th wedding anniversaries. This gem was believed to protect sailors and guarantee a safe voyage. Also, the serene blue, blue-green colour is said to cool the temper and allows the wearer to remain calm and levelheaded.

In the Middle Ages, the belief was that just wearing aquamarine wedding rings was an antidote to poisoning. Some believed giving this stone to the bride at a wedding in order to symbolize long unity and love. The Sumerians, Egyptians and Hebrews admired this stone and the warriors would wear it into battle to bring victory.

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For those lucky to be born in April the diamond is their birthstone. Historically the diamond was first popular in India when the Moghuls and Imperial Colony mined diamonds from deposits along three major rivers. Also, diamonds are formed well below the earth’s crust, then forced upward until it is uncovered.

Before this process was understood many ancient civilizations believed diamonds were lighting made real on earth. Because of this many thought, the diamond could cure brain disease, alleviate pituitary gland disorders and draw toxins from the blood.

A diamond is made of only one element – carbon. Its structure makes it 58 times harder than anything in nature and can only be cut with another diamond! Diamonds come in several colours including red, pink, blue, green and yellow. The more saturated the colour the higher the value. Color is sometimes introduced in a laboratory. These are correctly called colour-treated diamonds.

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My research has so much more and I want to share it but feel the need to end here, hence, see more stackable birthstone rings in Myraygem.

I hope this article has been helpful.

Which month born are you? Please let me know in the comments.

Also, If you like the post, then please don’t forget to share this post with your loved ones 🙂

Until then!

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Shivali Singla

September 5, 2017

24 responses to “Birthstones in Jewellery – Do you know the Meanings?”

  1. It’s an interesting and amazing information about our birthing stones. I was not aware of this before. Are these stones effect our life also??

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