Birthstone Meanings And Symbolism: Your Quick List

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Like to include birthstone meanings in the card when giving birthstone gifts? Me too! It makes the gift more thoughtful and interesting.

Here is a list of popular meanings and ancient symbolism to help you with your gift-giving!

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January Birthstone

January Birthstone


Guidance, Success, Love, Health, Hope

The garnet stone is said to bring protection from physical, emotional, and spiritual harm as well as give health and energy to its owner. It is said to help bring success and feelings of hope. The garnet is also used to overcome trials and to improve love, will power and energy.

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February Birthstone

February Birthstone - Amethyst


Calm, Balance, Patience, Peace, Sincerity

Deep purple amethyst was revered as a symbol of royalty in ancient cultures. Myth claimed it was a stone of soberness with the ability to keep one from getting drunk. Amethyst is a stone of peace. Being in the quartz family, this stone is renowned for its strength and is said to bring happiness, contentment, and clarity of mind. It is thought to also bring pain relief and immunity.

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March Birthstones

March Birthstone - Aquamarine


Courage, Spiritual Power, Health, Luck

Aquamarine is known as a stone of good fortune. This light blue gem is said to bring courage and inner peace while reducing feelings of anger or anxiety. It is also believed to encourage spiritual awareness and provide protection to those traveling by water.

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MODERN: Bloodstone

Courage, Clarity, Abundance, Health, Youth

March Birthstone - Bloodstone

The bloodstone is believed to sharpen the mind and clear confusion, stress, disorder, and feelings of grief or sadness. In addition, the bloodstone is said to bring prosperity and feelings of hope and strength to its owner.

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April Birthstone

April Birthstone - Diamond


Innocence, Love, Power, Strength, Endurance

As the hardest natural substance in the world, the diamond is a powerful representation of strength, resolve, and perseverance. It is also a symbol of purity, clarity, wisdom and eternal love. The diamond is said to be able to ward off insanity and evil spirits.

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May Birthstone

May Birthstone - Emerald


Love, Honesty, Wisdom, Health

Legends claim that emeralds have a strange and powerful magic with the ability to cure illnesses and provide protection at sea. The emerald is believed to bring great powers of logic and increase loyalty in relationships. It is also a symbol of faith, hope, and good health.

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June Birthstones

June Birthstone Pearl


Purity, Peace, Faith, Loyalty, Beauty

The white pearl denotes purity, innocence, faith and virtue. It is said to embolden feelings of love and loyalty in romantic relationships. The pearl brings a sense of calm to the wearer, helping them roll with the ebb and flow of life like the ocean waves unaffected by the shore.

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MODERN #1: Moonstone

Passion, Protection, Intuition, Longevity, Tenderness

June Birthstone - Moonstone

The moonstone is said to bring abundance, good health, and increase feelings of sensitivity and love to the person who wears it. As a sacred stone in many cultures, the moonstone is believed to bring a deeper spiritual understanding and intuition to the wearer. Legend claims that during a waning moon, you can use it to help you predict the future.

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June Birthstone Alexandrite

MODERN #2: Alexandrite

Regeneration, Love, Luck, Happiness

Alexandrite is believed to increase self-confidence and feelings of self-worth. It helps to clear the mind and help you determine your life goals. It is also said to be a stone of romance, good luck, and rejuvenation.

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