What Is The Gemstone Of This Season?
The Gregorian calendar is divided into twelve months and four seasons. In this month, we will tell you which month is ruled by which gemstone and some interesting facts related to the gemstone. We will also showcase our top designs for the gemstone of the season.
Primarily, there are four precious gemstones – Emerald, Ruby, Sapphire and Diamond. Let’s see which gemstone governs your favourite season!
Stone For the Spring Season – Emerald
Emerald is the birthstone of May borns. The soothing green is considered the best choice to be worn during the Spring season.
In the past, people believed that keeping an Emerald under the tongue would help unveil the future. It’s also said to safeguard the wearer from memory loss and enhance intuition.
5 interesting Facts About Emerald
- The name Emerald is derived from the Greek word smaragdus which means green gem.
- The Duke of Devonshire is one of the largest uncut emeralds in the world.
- Emeralds are considered as the traditional gift for the 20th, 35th and 55th anniversary.
- One of the most iconic red-carpet jewellery pieces of emerald jewellery belongs to Angelina Jolie.
- Owing to its lower density, 1carat Emerald gemstone appears larger than 1carat diamond.
Top Emerald Designs
A proposal on the cards? We got you, man! This ring is such a stunning piece that any Emerald lover would love. The gold intertwined design at the back of the gemstone acts as the perfect base for the gemstone, especially in the flattering prong setting.
When it comes to dressing up for the festive season, leave no stone unturned ladies. The Emerald and diamond combination makes it suitable to be style with a bunch of outfits in your wardrobe.
Looking for something for your lady? How about this simple and elegant Emerald pendant. It makes the perfect daily wear and is best suited for the working woman. The four-prong setting highlights the stone in the best possible way!
Stone For the Summer Season – Ruby
Do you know what complements a sunkissed look? An intense dark red Ruby jewellery, no wonder it rules the Summer season. Ruby is the birthstone for July borns.
The colour red is always said to have intense emotion, just like Ruby. Thus, it’s said to represent passion, divinity, love, and courage. It is also said that Ruby brings good luck and fortune to the wearer.
5 Interesting Facts About Ruby
- The name Ruby is derived from the Latin word rubens which means red.
- Rubies are considered as the traditional gift for the 15th or 40th anniversary.
- Almost all Rubies are flawed and Rubies without imperfections are considered to be rare.
- Rubies are available in a range of shades i.e. from pink to blood red.
- A 29.59carat Sunrise Ruby is considered to be the most expensive Ruby to be ever mined.
Top Ruby Designs
Looking for a loud and proud Ruby ring for your man? Look no more! We’re sure he would love to wear this on special occasions. It comes with a number of customisation options in terms of purity (18K and 14K) and colours. Browse through all of them before making a purchase.
Why should grownups have all the fun? Get these adorable frog feet ruby earrings for your little one, she would love to wear this colourful little piece on a daily basis. Besides yellow gold, these earrings are also available in white and rose gold.
If you look carefully you can see a part of Lord Ganesha in this pendant. Fashionable and a step closer to your faith – now isn’t that a good deal! The Ruby gemstone is placed at the end of the trunk.
Stone For the Autumn Season – Sapphire
When we talk about Sapphire, it’s not just one stone – it’s a family. The different types of Sapphires available at Candere are Pink Sapphire, Yellow Sapphire and Blue Sapphire. Also, Sapphire is the birthstone for the month of September.
Interestingly, the Sapphire gemstone is said to signify wisdom, virtue, good fortune, faithfulness and sincerity. No wonder, this family of gemstones is used in engagement rings now.
5 Interesting Facts About Sapphire
- The name Sapphire is derived from the Greek word ‘sappheiros.
- After diamonds, sapphires are the second strongest gemstones.
- Sapphires can allegedly cure eye diseases and preserve celibacy.
- Padparadscha is the rarest type of sapphire that sports a pinkish-orange hue.
- Sapphires are also said to have spiritual enlightenment and inner peace.
Top Sapphire Designs
A ring designed purely for those who love wearing bold designs. The big gemstone you see at the centre is 5carats. With a 5Star impressive rating, this ring comes in a simple shank and eight prong design.
As you gear up for the festive season, don’t forget to all a pair of dangle earrings with your favourite gemstone. The sharp contrast of blue and white makes this ideal for parties. Get yours in yellow gold or white gold.
The floral theme is one of the classic themes in the jewellery world. Here’s one with your favourite gemstone set right at the heart of it. The pendant also has a hint of diamonds which makes the overall look of the pendant even prettier!