Ruby, rose quartz, lapis lazuli: Which gemstone do you like?

If you enjoy wearing jewelry, there’s a good chance you have some lovely gemstones. But in today’s world, what are the most popular gemstones? And what do they all mean?

In addition to using gemstones for aesthetic purposes or communicating a message, it has also been believed throughout history that certain gemstones have healing properties and they provide protection.

We have compiled a list of some of our favorite stones and their potential significance for you.

Gemstones hold a lot of historic importance as they date as far back as to 5000 BC.

However, gemstone jewelry is appreciated not only because of its aesthetic appeal, but also because of the different properties that people attach to a variety of stones.

Each gemstone is one of a kind and holds a special meaning for the person who wears it.

We’ve got you covered if you want to learn more about gemstones and what they signify, but you can also appreciate them solely for their aesthetic value.

This guide can assist you with whether you choose to stick with renowned gemstones or are set on making a statement with more odd and unique ones.

If you like gemstone jewelry, you must check out our collection, which includes stones you can adorn all around the year. Other significant jewelry designs can also be found in the range.

So, here we go.

Rose quartz gemstone

The rose was first discovered in ancient China. Rose quartz is one of the most famous types of gemstones. It is a quartz that’s pale pink in color, with a glass-like finish, and has a vitreous luster to it.

Rose quartz’s rich color is not only good on the eyes, but it is also said to attract positive energy and aid in healing past wounds.

It is the stone of unfailing love. It activates the heart chakra, bringing deep inner healing and self-love.

Rose quartz jewelry also makes for a great gift. Our Rose Quartz Pendant with Laser Cut Filigree in Yellow Gold serves as a beautiful reminder to be open to love.

Lapis lazuli gemstone

Lapis lazuli has been used since ancient times and is still a significant type of stone today.

Afghanistan and Tajikistan are known to produce the best quality of these stones.

Lapis lazuli is best known for its stunning blue color. It has been prized for its intense blue hue and metallic flecks, as well as its opaqueness that does not allow light to pass through it.

Several properties are attached to this beautiful stone. It has a sense of serenity that allows you to collect your thoughts and attract as well as give out calming energy.

Lapis helps with communication and some may even connect it with having the wisdom of your own and the universe.

Pictured here is our 18k Lapiz Pendant with Laser Cut Pattern in Yellow Gold, which is definitely worth the look if you are interested in owning this gem.

Ruby gemstone

Another one of our favorite jewels is ruby. It is one of the BIG 3 gemstones and ranges in color from light pink to vivid magenta to deep crimson. Myanmar is said to be the origin of rubies, although India also has a lot of them.

Ruby has a pastel red color, a symbol of passion, love and sincerity. The deeper, the more valuable. It’s also known as the stone of success and prosperity, representing love that lasts forever.

Ruby is a protective stone that is dozed with powerful advantages. If you are someone who seeks a strong gemstone that will light up their surroundings, ruby is your rarity.

Consider the Jahanara set by Aliel Pakistan. The warm antique-looking hue of 18k gold in this elegant set of choker and earrings perfectly complements the sheen of large round pearls and the deep wine-colored depth of ruby beads and makes the perfect adornment for you and your loved ones.

Gemstone jewelry

Gems have been personal accessories since the advent of humankind. They are highly valued and cherished as they are associated with a number of virtues like beauty, prosperity, wisdom, happiness and luck, as many may believe.

Do have a look at our assortment of gemstone jewelry, which includes all of the stones mentioned above, as well as many more. We’re confident you’ll discover something to your liking.

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