The Beauty in Birthstones: Your Birthstone & It’s Meaning

The Beauty in Birthstones: Your Birthstone & It’s Meaning
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Like many other girls, I love getting jewelry. Unlike other girls, however, I prefer jewelry with my birthstone – the opal. For years, my mother would buy me earrings and other beautiful pieces of jewelry. While I have always loved my birthstone, I didn't realize that it, along with other birthstones, had its own history and meaning. Knowing that a lot of you love jewelry just as much as me, I thought I would share this fun infographic about the different birthstones, their history, and meaning!

 

Beauty in Birthstones

 

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Susan Bewley is a professional writer and blogger who has been writing content online and in private print format for the past decade. When not writing for Budget Earth or Mew Review, she can be found busily working on her novel or helping companies like yours get the exposure they deserve through social media or other form of media. Feel free to contact Susan for more information on how she can help your business.

25 Responses to The Beauty in Birthstones: Your Birthstone & It’s Meaning


  1. I always knew that my birthstone was the emerald, but I never knew what it meant! I would have never guessed that it was connected to Venus, the goddess of love. 

  2. rebeccabasset says:

    Wow I didn't know most of this, I am a Ruby but I love Opals especially the new ones that have come out, they have a lot more Color to them. I am always looking on JTV to find Gems that I like.

    Thanks for the post, and the Information!

  3. Alexis Cuffy says:

    Love this post! My daughter was born in June and has brought so much love to our family! So appropiate :)

  4. San says:

    Very interesting information. In fact, I don't even know what my birth stone is, until now! Thanks for sharing.

  5. Amy says:

    This is a great article!  My birthstone is garnet, and I like learning all I can about it!

  6. lynn buttedal says:

    Thank you! I used to hate my birthstone because I don’t like the color yellow but now that I know its meaning is love and affection I like it a little better!

  7. Katie O. says:

    I enjoyed this and even learned a little, thanks!

  8. Michelle says:

    I never knew there was a history behind each and every birthstone, very informative!


  9. I would luv to know the meaning of my brithstone.


  10. Sorry I aslready saw the meaning of my month.Sorry Im barely waking up. LOL.

  11. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Mine is the sapphire! I remember my mom getting me and my sister earrings based on our birth stone! This actually makes for great gifts also and not too expensive unless your birthstone is diamond!!

  12. lisa leonard says:

    mine is garnet i never knew that your birthstone had a meaning thanks for info

  13. Christine Halverson says:

    Great information on the month of my birth= )

    I didn't know these things before and this is very 

    handy for birthday gifts…Thanks for your info= )

    Happy Holidays..

  14. Joleene Gould says:

    Ive known since i was little that my birthstone is the Garnet.  And along with this history the Garnet is also known as a healingstone i wear mine often and would much rather have my birthstone then any other .

  15. Kristelle says:

    Thanks for sharing! I can't believe the diamond signified originally inner strength; that's great and pretty cool (enough though everlasting love is cool too, haha).

  16. Della Barker says:

    I was very  happy to see the details that you put into the birthstones.  I learned more about each one than I knew before.  Thank you

  17. Diana Scholz says:

    I never knew the history of my birthday, Amethyst. I think it is AWESOME that for a period of time only royalty was allowed to wear this stone! I NEVER KNEW THAT!

  18. lisa says:

    Interesting information. Of couse I knew that everyone has a birthstone, I just didn't know the meaning behind them.

  19. Sarah Vegetabile says:

    I love mine as it is Amethyst. Fitting as my first name is Sarah which means Princess!

     

  20. Kathy Stuit says:

    This was a very interesting post/review. I never knew much about birthstones, just that mine is Ruby for July. Thanks for sharing info on this!

  21. amanda lebeck says:

    Thanks for the great information.  I didn't know there were meanings behind the gems!  I am September (I don't like the gem)  but now I do like it a  little more :)

  22. Kathy k says:

    This was informative and interesting. I have a lot of different birth months in my family and each one seemed fitting to their definition, that was great!

  23. Nancy Allen says:

    This is so cool! Thanks for sharing this with us. It is cool knowing the meaning of your birthstones. Now I know why I have always wanted to visit Australia. 
    Nancy Allen recently posted..Book Tour: Urchin King By Katharina Gerlach @GHBToursMy Profile

  24. krystel says:

    great information and awsome information

  25. Jayme says:

    I love opals, LOVE THEM, but I fall into the Emerald category. Luckily I like emeralds as well. :)
    Jayme recently posted..Chalcedony Information, Types and UsesMy Profile

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