Birthstones and their vivid colours are a way to connect your birth month with rare and unique gemstones. They’re also a meaningful gift for special occasions and anniversaries.
Watsons Jewellers have a wide range of quality jewellery in-house celebrating each of the birthstones and of course we can customise too.
Here’s a list of birthstones by month together with an example piece currently available at Watsons.
Symbolises purity, truth, and enduring friendships.
Set in 9ct yellow gold this ring has a bezel set 9mm x 9mm cushion shaped, checkerboard cut garnet and is set with 40 bead set diamonds that equal 0.30ct in total.
Was: $2899, Now: $1499
Evoking nobility, Amethyst is associated with courage, sincerity & stability.
9ct white gold claw set amethyst ring containing .64ct of GH SI diamonds.
Symbolises loyalty, honesty, and calmness.
The primary focal point of this piece is a claw set aquamarine.
Was: $7999, Now: $6999
Symbolises strength, balance, and courage. Treasured for its rarity & brilliance.
18ct yellow gold solitaire diamond ring with a white gold setting, containing 1ct diamond, J, P1.
Was: $1999, Now: $1299
Highly regarded by ancient civilisations, Emeralds are a symbol of rebirth and love.
9ct yellow gold with white gold setting, holds a natural oval emerald in a halo of diamonds (.54ct in total).
Coveted by fashion icons and royalty, this gem from the sea symbolises innocence and purity.
9ct rose gold ring featuring a button pearl.
Because of its deep crimson colour, a ruby represents romance, devotion, and passion.
9ct yellow and white gold ring with an oval cut, bezel set ruby in the centre with 48 diamonds (=.36CT) in the halo and split shoulders.
This vibrant gemstone is believed to ward off evil and bring good fortune to the wearer.
9ct yellow gold celtic style band with a 6mm round, claw set peridot.
Was: $7999, Now: $4999
Sapphires are traditional symbols of nobility, truth, and romance.
The talking point of this ring is definitely the 1.33ct gem grade sapphire. The deep blue stone has flashes of cobalt blue and is just amazing! Pair this with the 104 (1.22CT in TDW) pave set diamonds in the halo and down the shoulders this ring is definitely a talking piece!
Opal was once worn to repel evil, and symbolises faithfulness and confidence.
9ct yellow gold ring with a free form triplet opal.
Citrine is regarded as a symbol of happiness, health, and vitality.
9ct white gold cushion cut, checkerboard citrine with diamond accents.