What is my Birthstone?
We create timeless birthstone jewellery to be treasured for a lifetime. Discover your birthstone below.
January: Orange Sapphire
This deep and richly coloured sapphire gemstone is often associated with wisdom and power, bringing good fortune, protection, spiritual insight and stability.
Promoting peace and calm, the beautiful purple shade of the amethyst gemstone is said to bring the wearer strength, power and courage.
March: Swiss Blue Topaz
A vivid, light blue, this topaz is thought to foster good communication and positive thinking.
A symbol of eternal love, diamonds are a luxurious, everlasting choice. With their extreme hardness and unmatched brilliance diamonds are the most popular choice for everyday jewellery, in particular engagement and wedding rings.
One of the most sought after gemstones, the brilliant, vibrant hue of the emerald stacks beautifully with diamond pieces.
Pearls are a unique gemstone in that they are sourced from the sea rather than the Earth. Wear your pearls regularly to maintain their lustre.
July: Raspberry Ruby
A beautiful, rich colour, the ruby is a very precious gemstone that is said to keep the wearer from harm.
An unusual deep yellowish-green, a peridot is one of the few gemstones available in only one colour. Known as the stone of compassion, peridot is said to promote restful sleep and serenity.
September: Ceylon Sapphire
Distinguished by their brightness and brilliance, the medium-blue of the ceylon sapphire is said to bring peace of mind to the wearer.
October: Pink Tourmaline
The beautiful pink tourmaline is said to encourage a sense of emotional balance. it comes in shades ranging from a soft pale pink to bright and vivid.
A yellow variety of quartz, its name comes from the French for 'lemon'. The citrine's beautifully warm colour is said to be a gift from the sun.
Unique for its striking violet blue colour, Tanzanite was discovered in the 1960s and named after Tanzania, where it was discovered.