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20 Amazing Birthstone Necklaces For Mom That She Will Love.

In the world today, birthstones are a popular choice for jewelry. Many people choose to wear them as a means of identifying their birth month, or that of a loved one in a more personalized manner than just by their name alone. In this post, we will discover not only the most popular birthstones for each month but also some wonderful options of birthstone jewelry for the mother in your life.

What are some of the most popular birthstones?

The most popular birthstones are rubies, sapphires, and emeralds. In the case of these birthstone necklaces, the choice of which stone to use is usually determined by the birth of the mother's children. Here you will find a list of the birth stones offered in this collection of personalized birthstone necklaces and the months that they are associated with.

Agate: Used to represent courage, safety, security, and strength. They are also believed to calm and center your mind, enhancing your concentration. It has a beautiful composition of marbled multicolor rings, as if from the core of a tree.

 January - Garnet: One of the most ancient gemstones in history commonly used by royalty and clergy. It’s known to represent passion, sensuality, and deep love. It has been connected to the Persephone legend as the seeds from the underworld pomegranate that she ate.

 February - Amethyst: Considered the February birthstone, it’s linked to Dionysus due to its vibrant purple tone. It is believed to cure insomnia, relieve pain, enhance intelligence and provide protection against evil thoughts. Buddhists often use it on prayer beads since they believe it enhances meditation.

March - Aquamarine: Due to its light blue color it is closely associated with water, its are believed to keep sailors safe in their troubles, as well as purify any water and act as an antidote against poisons.

April - Clear Crystal - These stones have a brilliance that shines from within. Diamond is also an April birthstone  Once they were believed to be the tears of gods or fallen stars. Many believed that it’d bring them courage and protection in battle. They were also believed to heal ailments and represent eternal love.

 May -  Emerald: Known as the foresight and intuition stone, it was believed to give one the ability to force the future and provide protection from evil spirits. They symbolize truth, love, and hope. The goddess Venus was often represented with emeralds.

  June - Alexandrite: Considered the June birthstone, it has unique color-changing tones. This is a relatively new stone, as it was discovered in the 1830s. However, because of its deep blue-green hue that changes with the light angles to deep purples and reds, many consider it a good omen and to represent the balance of the spiritual and the physical.

July -  Ruby: Believed to guarantee safety, wealth, wisdom, love, and success. In ancient Hindi mythology, it was believed that a man who would offer the god Krishna rubies, would be made emperor in his next lifetime.

 August - Peridot: Closely connected to ancient Egypt, it was believed to bring good luck, health, and confidence while protecting the wearer from nightmares. Many historians think that Cleopatra’s famous emeralds were actually brilliant peridots.

 September - Sapphire: Regarded as the fidelity gemstone, it was an incredible pillar gem for endgame rings before the 20th century. It’s believed to attract spiritual clarity, blessings, abundance, and health. The celestial blue stone symbolizes self-awareness, harmony, honesty, and peace. It was also believed to protect the wearer from metal and psychic attacks, as well as cure one from depression, inflammation, vertigo, and insomnia.

October - Tourmaline - Most commonly known for its pink, red, or green varieties this birthstone contains a chrome-like sheen rarely seen in ot