Everyone has a birthstone, a special gemstone that signifies when that individual was born into the world. Thus, birthstone jewelry has always been a popular gift option not only for the sheer beauty of each month's stone, but also for the meaning behind them. This Mother's Day, give an extra special gift of Chloe + Isabel's unique birthstone jewelry featuring the gemstones of her closest loved ones. Our newly released collection features three variations of these timeless pieces - convertible studs, rings, and a necklace + earrings set boxed ready for gifting. See which one is perfect for mom.
These stacking birthstone rings are a reminder of what mom loves most - her children. Personalize her jewelry box with each birthstone month available + your choice between silver or gold plating.
With a unique color-blocking style for each birthstone month, these are not your ordinary birthstone necklaces. Select her own month or select the month of someone she holds near and dear to her heart. Each necklace comes with a coordinating pair of studs and is boxed in beautiful Chloe + Isabel packaging. This look-of-fine pair is a playful + pretty addition to any look.
Our convertible studs are a simple, yet stunning additional to mom or grandma's jewelry box. With your choice between gold or silver plating + featuring removable crystal halos, these wear-two-ways wonders are a must-have, personalized addition to her collection.
Did you know each birthstone has a special meaning? Learn and share their folklore and thought to have powers and see if it coincides with your personality. My birthstone is the garnet for January, suppose to keep the wearer safe during travels - makes sense seeing as though I left my family in Pittsburgh to start a career in California. Find out what yours reveals + pick the perfect gift for mom or grandma.
January - Garnet: The garnet, when worn, is believed to keep the wearer safe during travels.
February - Amethyst: Amethyst comes from amethystos, a Greek work meaning "sober" and was believe to guard against intoxication. Is is said to strengthen relationships and give you courage when wearing it.
March - Aquamarine: Early sailors believed that the stone, etched with the likeness of the sea god Neptune, would protect them from ocean dangers. It was also believed to cure heart, liver, and stomach diseases.
April - Diamond: The diamond is the ever lasting symbol of love and once thought to bring courage.
May - Emerald: One of Cleopatra's favorite gems, it has long been associated with fertility, rebirth, and love. Ancient Greek's dedicated the stone to Venus, goddess of love and beauty. Today it signifies wisdom, growth, and patience.
June - Alexandrite: This gem is fairly modern, thus does not share the ancient folklore as other gems since it was only discovered in the 19th century. It is believed to bring luck, good fortune, and victory in love and business.
July - Ruby: The ruby was believed by the ancient Hindus to protect it's wearer from evil. Today the deep-red color signifies love and passion.
August - Peridot: Due to it's light green color, peridot is sometimes referred to as the evening emerald. It was once believed that these crystals, when found in volcanic ashes, were the tears of the volcano goddess, Pele. This gem symbolizes strength and is also believe to protect wearer's from nightmares when set in gold.
September - Sapphire: Traditionally the sapphire symbolizes purity and wisdom, but was once thought to guard against evil and poisoning.
October - Opal: The word opal comes from the Latin opalus, meaning "precious jewel". It symbolizes faithfulness and confidence. It was also believe opal necklaces would repel evil and protect one's eyesight.
November - Topaz: Believed to give the wearer increased strength and intellect. It also symbolizes love and affection.
December - Blue Topaz: Also a symbol of love and affection, and has been said to be an aid in ones sweetness and disposition.
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