January: Garnet - Signifies victory, truth, purity, friendship, faith and protection. Said to symbolize happiness, deep and enduring friendships.
February: Amethyst - During the Middle Ages, the stone was believed to have symbolized royalty. Today, the Amethyst is prized for the associated qualities of peace, courage, stability, sincerity and strength it is supposed to bestow on the wearer.
March: Aquamarine - Is associated with courage, loyalty, fealty and friendship. Is said to heighten awareness, communication skills and quick response. Symbolizes honesty, faithfulness and beauty.
Heliotrope - Is believed to improve the quality of one’s life by increasing self-confidence. It's also believed to attract wealth and ensure clarity of thought in major business and domestic decisions, in addition to promoting love and success in legal matters.
April: Diamond - Has long been associated with love, bonding, relationships, commitments and loyalty. It's also believed to bestow balance, clarity and abundance on the wearer, we well as bring wealth, health and happiness to the home of its bearer.
May: Emerald - Its shimmering hues of green symbolize renewal of life and revitalization, akin to the verdant hues of the Spring season that reaches its peak in the month of May. It's also considered to represent loyalty, friendship and faithfulness. Since ancient times, it has been believed to bestow the wearer with prosperity, foresight and good health and increases ones’ intuitive capabilities. It also signifies patience and wisdom. For those born in the month of May, wearing emeralds helps to enhance and balance their energies and this gemstone grants its wearer happiness.
June: Pearl - Signifies faithfulness, friendship and loyalty; and considered a symbol of purity, chastity and modesty.
Alexandrite - Is associated with good omens and good luck. Is also believed to strengthen the intuition and creativity of the wearer and creates a balance between the physical and spiritual world.
Moonstone - Signifies longevity and good health and is a talisman for safe travel.
July: Ruby - It's believed to protect the wearer from evil, signify love and intense passion. In the days of Yore, rubies adorned Kings, head of warrior tribes and political rulers as it was believed to enhance their leadership skills and power of decision-making. Today the stone is believed to aid wearers in making important decisions in life, particularly financial decisions. Was associated with Power, Passion and Protection. The ruby was also believed to have curative properties and used to improve blood circulation. Is said to symbolize strength, vitality, confidence, leadership, and courage. The red ruby is associated with passion and love.
August: Peridot - It's associated with less tangible qualities of peace, good fortune and happiness. It's also associated with prosperity, growth, dignity and love. It is also believed that the stone has the power to ward away Evil and nightmares, bestowing peace and progress in one’s life.
September: Sapphire - Has been believed to protect the wearer from envy and harm and attracts blessings from heaven. It's a symbol heaven and considered to indicate the purity of the soul. This gem signifies truth, faithfulness and sincerity, and was worn by priests during the Middle Ages as a talisman against impure thoughts and temptation. It is thought to boost intuition and clairvoyance and promote good health. Incorporated in royal ornaments, it symbolized a pure and wise reign. This gem gives a sense of inner peace and develops a positive attitude in the wearer.
October: Opal - Was a symbol of and hope to the ancient Romans. According to legend, the Opal was believed to make its wearer invisible and was a popular talisman of spies and thieves. The stone has a unique property in changing color, believed to indicate the health and mental state of the wearer. It is associated with purity, innocence, hope and faith.
Tourmaline - It's known as the ‘Peace Stone’, believing to dispel anger, fear, jealousy and aggressiveness to keep the wearer calm and tranquil. Besides peace and progress, the stone is believed to enhance creativity of its wearer.
November: Topaz - The topaz is known for its associated qualities of strength, tenacity, dedication and resilience. It is believed to balance emotions and thoughts for a harmonious lifestyle. This gemstone is used to enhance spirituality, promote wisdom and cut through troubles and confusion to bestow clear thought and reasoning prowess on the wearer of the stone.
Citrine - The Citrine is a golden hued gemstone that encourages vitality and promotes good health of the wearer. These gemstones range in color from light yellow tones to deep orange hues. The stones have longed been believed to bring hope, strength, vitality and energy to the wearer.
December: Turquoise - Was the symbol of wealth and prosperity in many ancient cultures. Qualities like strength, sensitivity, connection to the spiritual realm and protection against evil are attributed to the turquoise. The gemstone is also a symbol of friendship, peace and good fortune.
Zircon - It is considered the symbol of purity, chastity, integrity and dignity. The stone offers protection to the wearer against Evil, enemies, negative energy, illness and energy. It's believed to possess healing properties and has long been used as an antidote to improve digestion. The stone also has healing abilities, bringing restful sleep and tranquillity. The stone also brings honor and wisdom to the wearer.
Tanzanite - The ancients believe that the gemstone offers wearers a special pathway to the spiritual realm, activates Chakras from the heart and is a stone that brings visions to the wearer. Many believe that the tanzanite forces the wearer to tell the truth, redeeming his honor and integrity. The gemstone also enhances compassion and promotes tranquillity in the mind and body of those around the wearer.