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Blue Topaz and Turquoise are regarded as the Birthstone for December and Topaz is the Anniversary stone for the 4th year of marriage along with Imperial Topaz for the 23rd year.

Blue Topaz Bracelet

The name topaz is derived from the Indian Sanskrit word tapas, meaning fire. According to another theory topaz derives its name from the Island of Topazos, in the Red Sea, where the Romans obtained a stone which they called by this name. As topaz has a hardness of 8, keep your gems in separate boxes to protect other jewelry from scratches. Also avoid large temperature changes. Topaz often becomes paler if kept out in the sun. Do not clean topaz in a home ultrasonic cleaner. The best way to clean topaz is warm soapy water.



Citrine is regarded as the Birthstone for November however there are alternative such as the Yellow Topaz, Pearl and of course Diamond.

Citrine is also the Gemstone regarded as a present for the 13th or 17th Wedding Anniversary.

Citrine Bracelet

The name is derived from the colour – the yellow of the lemon – , although the most sought-after stones have a clear, radiant yellowish to brownish red. Like all crystal quartzes, the citrine has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale and is thus, to a large extent, insensitive to scratches. It won’t immediately take offence at being knocked about either, since its cleavage properties are non-existent. Even if their refractive index is relatively low, the yellow stones have just that mellow, warm tone that seems to have captured the last glow of autumn. Like golden Rhine wine or sparkling Madeira, heavy and sweet, citrine jewellery shimmers and brings a hint of sunshine to those dull November days.



Opal is regarded as the popular stone for those born in the month of October, however there are a few reconised alternatives. The most noticeable of these being Tourmaline and Jasper.

The most striking quality of opal is its ability to refract and reflect specific wavelengths of light. The interplay of different wavelengths of light gives opal its unique visual appeal, and makes it one of the most sought-after gemstones in the world at all times.

Precious opal has been a gemstone since Roman times. Opal was included among the noble gems and was ranked second only to emerald by the Romans.

Opal is also regarded as associated as your “Birthstone” for those born between 6 and 7 pm.

October’s Horescope¬† is mostly Libra covering Sept 23 to Oct 23. This has the Gemstone Aquamarine as the most widely accepted gemstone. Libra is an Air sign ruled by Venus, although Saturn and Jupiter also has an influence as the month goes on.

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