The history of wearing rings spans over thousands of years. Rings first became popular during the Medieval period and were worn by all classes of the population.
Here you will find a list of all 12 Months and their birthstones.
Just follow the links to find out more about each beautiful birthstone.
On Mother’s Day day instead of flowers and chocolates why not show your Mum how much you love her and appreciate everything she’s done for you by gifting her birthstone jewellery.
As Valentine’s Day approaches and you are thinking about what to get your special someone, consider a piece of birthstone jewellery. Jewellery made with birthstones adds a personal touch to all jewellery pieces and is much more special than chocolates and flowers.
When we think of silver we usually think of Sterling Silver. There are a few more.
How well do you know your silver?
The three most popular colours of gold jewellery are yellow, white and rose.
Engagement rings with birthstones are becoming more popular and are an unusual alternative to engagement rings with conventional stones and will not necessarily break the bank.
The Mohs Hardness Scale for birthstones is only part of the complete Mohs Hardness Scale.
The birthstone for January is garnet. When we think of garnet we usually think about dark red clusters of gemstones reminding us of a pomegranate.
The birthstone for February is amethyst which, due to its beautiful rich colour, has been a favourite precious gemstone of nobles and royalty for centuries.
March has two birthstones; aquamarine a modern birthstone and bloodstone, a more traditional birthstone.
The birthstone for April is diamond, probably the most prized gemstone of all precious gemstones.