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GIA Celebrates Birthstones – Ruby, the King of Gems

Ruby, July’s birthstone, has been esteemed since ancient times, even mentioned in the Bible as one of the gems used to represent one of the 12 tribes of Israel.

Garnets resemble pomegranate seeds, which is where the word garnet is thought to be derived from. #GIABirthstones.

GIA Birthstones - Garnets resemble pomegranate seeds, which is where the word garnet is thought to be derived from

Turquoise - the "peace" birthstone. GIA (121613)

Turquoise, the December birthstone, has a distinct blue or greenish-blue color because it contains copper. Learn more about turquoise with GIA.

November Birthstone - Topaz Up to 15 birthstones can fit inside the regular sized gLockets whereas 5 can fit in the smaller gLockets

November Birthstone – Topaz Up to 15 birthstones can fit inside the regular sized gLockets whereas 5 can fit in the smaller gLockets

Peridot, the official August birthstone, is known for its shimmering yellow-green color and the peace and good luck it brings to its wearer.

Peridot, the August birthstone, is the gem variety of the mineral olivine. Instantly recognizable with its distinctive lime green color, peridot is known as the “extreme” gem because it is only found in harsh conditions.