Rose quartz is a translucent and cloudy gemstone with a soft hazy pink color. The presence of titanium within the quartz alters the color as it forms. The subtle tones of rose quartz are effortless to wear and look beautiful with rose gold.

Birthstone for: January


Amethyst is a transparent gemstone with a color ranging from a light violet to a deep purple. The depth of color comes from high levels of iron during its formation.

The rich hues of this stone give it a standout quality in statement jewelry.

Birthstone: for February


Aquamarine is the greenish-blue to blue variety of the beryl family of gemstones. It forms in crystals that range from being completely transparent to cloudy with natural inclusions, gaining its seawater blue color from the presence of iron.

This beautiful stone is like wearing a piece of the ocean.

Birthstone for: March


Rock Crystal is the transparent variety of quartz. The name originates from the Greek word for 'ice' as it was believed that this crystal was eternally frozen due to its clear to white appearance. The simplicity of this stone makes it perfect for styling with other color gemstone pieces.

Birthstone for: April


Onyx is a chalcedony consisting of fine bands of quartz and morganite in a variety of colors. The stone naturally has an amazing solid black color and when faceted, it picks up the light beautifully. Black onyx is a neutral yet dramatic stone that makes a versatile addition to your jewelry box.


Citrine is the golden colored stone of the quartz family. Varying in shade from a light citrus yellow to a deep orange, most citrines begin life as amethyst stones that have been gently exposed to heat, changing color from purple to yellow. This subtle stone has a beautifully understated, fresh feel.

Birthstone for: November


Labradorite is a mesmerizing, iridescent stone from Madagascar. It can be grey, grey-black or brown in its base color, with beautiful blue and green metallic flashes. The light dispersion that you can see around the stone as it moves is due to the crystal lattice structure and internal fractures within the mineral, which create the vitreous effect, making the light bounce around. This effect, known as labradorescence, gives labradorite its unique appeal and name.

Origin: Africa & USA

Birthstone for: February & March


Larimar is a beautiful rare blue variety of Pectolite and has only ever been found in the Dominican Republic. It is a subtle soft shade of blue and is formed with natural streaks and patterns of turquoise and white crystals. The depth of colors within the stone is influenced by the presence of copper during the crystal growth making every stone unique in its color and natural markings.


Opal represents hope and innocence. The name “opal” can mean “to see a change in color” and is derived from the Latin word opalus, or stone. Most opals are white with iridescence, but they can be black or even transparent with flecks of red or yellow. Opals are formed by non-crystalline silica gel that seeped into crevices of ancient rock. Through time and nature’s heating and molding processes, the gel hardened into opals. The three-dimensional repeating patterns give an opal its radiance. It is found most often in the U.S., Mexico, and Australia

Birthstone for: October


Moonstone is a fascinating stone that really does look like it's from another planet. The stone is named after 'Moonshine' due to its white iridescent sheen. As it is moved, a blue sheen becomes visible which can vary in strength and gives the stone its ethereal quality. Moonstone pieces have a simplicity and radiance that is effortless to wear.

Birthstone for: November


Pure topaz is colorless and transparent, but it is usually tinted by impurities; typical topaz is wine red, yellow, pale gray, reddish-orange, or blue brown.

Topaz is commonly associated igneous rock of the granite and rhyolite type.

According to legend, this stone was intended to serve in protection against enemies and as a symbol of beauty and splendor. It cannot be proved conclusively whether the name of the topaz comes from the Sanskrit or the Greek, though the Greek name 'topazos' means 'green gemstone'.

Origin: Brazil and India

Birthstone for: November


Blue topaz, is a bright and brilliant icy blue color. Ancient civilizations believed this stone had cooling properties, not only on a pot of water, but on hot tempers, as well. Ironically, the intensity of the blue to the stone is due to either naturally occurring or engineered heat. Giving this stone as a gift is a sign of love and fidelity. The wearer of blue topaz may experience an increased confidence in their ability to communicate.

Birthstone for: December