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December is represented by an array of brilliant blues with three beautiful birthstones promising brightened moods to those wearing them.
The first winter month is here, so it might not come as a surprise that December’s birthstones are known for their beautiful, clear blue tones – a perfect match for this season’s chilly temperatures.
Sagittarius and Capricorn born in December are fortunate to enjoy three gorgeous birthstones.
Currently, none of our in-stock collection pieces feature the December birthstone, but you can always custom design a gorgeous Tanzanite, Zirkon or Turquoise piece to your liking. Why not get inspired by our Agra Peacock featuring this stunning blue sapphire, stacked with our brand new Swan Tail?
Tanzanite is an outstanding blue gemstone with a mighty vibe. As the only jewel in the world that’s trichroic, it can change into three different colors: blue, purple and velvety brown depending on the light, impacting and brightening the entire mood of its surroundings!
According to legend, tanzanite was born when lightning struck at the foot hills of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, creating a magic fire. The Maasai people discovered the stunning blue stones in the ashes after the fire, and immediately understood their enchanting capabilities – believing tanzanite will enhance their lives and give profound meaning.
Tanzanite is a precious stone as it’s very rare. It’s almost a thousand times rarer than diamond, and the chances of tanzanite being found anywhere else than in Tanzania is one in a million!
Tanzanite is very rare, a thousand times rarer than diamonds, but we can always try to source the perfect tanzanite if you want a custom design ring - perhaps with some of our lab-grown diamonds? Have a look at our brand new Teal Blue Sapphire & Diamonds pictured above.
This is the O.G. of gemstones. Believe it or not, but Zircon has been around for 4.4 billion years, making it the oldest mineral on earth!
Above: a custom piece featuring a zirkon and three sustainable lab-grown diamonds
The second birthstone of December is spectacular – it’s known for its high luster and flashes of multicolored light. And guess what, some zircons even have small traces of uranium in them, meaning they irradiate themselves! Zircon is simply a badass creation.
From the Egyptians to the dynasties of China, this special gem has given name to the color turquoise. It’s an eye-catcher for sure, having gotten its vivid color from the abundant copper that surrounds it in the earth.
Having been admired since ancient times, many believe it’s special properties, including to balance its wearers energies and protecting them from unhealthy energies, actually makes turquoise a sacred stone!