Gemstone Guide
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Gemstone Guide

Discover the meaning behind each of our colourful gemstones.

Whether it’s the month they were born, a lucky charm or their favourite colour, discover the meaning behind our gemstones and birthstones and add a splash of colour to your personalised jewellery. We are committed to sourcing our gemstones in a responsible and moral way. Our suppliers are members of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), an organisation that promotes ethical, social and environmental practices throughout the jewellery supply chain.

Discover the meaning behind each of our colourful gemstones. Choose a semi-precious stone to be paired with your hand engraved memories, names or dates to make your jewellery even more personal to you.

Blue Chalcedony

Blue Chalcedony

Sourced: Brazil, United States, Mexico and Russia
Meaning: Part of the quartz family, blue chalcedony has an elegant hue ranging from a light to medium colour intensity. Associated with nurturing, this stone encourages reflection and careful decision making.

Pink Chalcedony

Pink Chalcedony

Sourced: Brazil, United States, Mexico and Russia
Meaning: Pink Chalcedony is a stone of optimism, joy and nurturing, making it particularly popular for raising children. Closely linked to quartz and typically quite opaque in colour, this sweet stone’s main quality is to encourage love.

Aqua Chalcedony

Aqua Chalcedony

Sourced: Brazil, United States, Mexico and Russia
Meaning: Used in jewellery for over 3,000 years, aqua chalcedony ranges from pale green to pale blue and has a gentle, calming energy. It is often thought to provide protection.

Lapis Lazuli

Lapis Lazuli

Sourced: Afghanistan, Chile, Russia
Meaning: The name lapis lazuli means ‘blue stone’, with an enchanting deep colour and golden flecks. Lapis Lazuli is a stone of wisdom, truth and protection. It is also the stone to celebrate a 9th Anniversary.

Green Onyx

Green Onyx

Sourced: Australia, Brazil and USA
Meaning: A vibrant green colour, onyx has the power to relieve your worries, tension, stress and fears. According to legend, green onyx was used as protection against evil spirits and it is also widely associated with the goddess Venus and fertility.

Labradorite

Labradorite

Sourced: Canada, Scandinavia, USA, Madagascar
Meaning: Blueish grey in colour, Labradorite features iridescent flashes of peacock blue, gold, pale green, or coppery red. First discovered in Labrador, Canada, Labradorite is a stone of transformation, helping to banish fears and insecurities, strengthening self-esteem.

Moonstone

Moonstone

Sourced: Sri Lanka and India
Meaning: A mystical stone that captures colours of gold, blue, green, pink and yellow light. As ancient as the moon itself, Moonstone can inspire, heal, bring energy to the mind and body.

Malachite

Malachite

Sourced: Sri Lanka and India
Meaning: For that one person who has gone or is going through some big changes in their life. Worn to offer clarity and patience in times when it is needed.

Amazonite

Amazonite

Sourced: Sri Lanka and India
Meaning: To reflect their soothing and nurturing nature, Amazonite resonates a calming and tranquil energy to those who wear it.

Black onyx

Black onyx

Sourced: Sri Lanka and India
Meaning: Worn as a symbol of protection Black Onyx honours the energy and personal power that comes with facing our fears.

Red Jasper

Red Jasper

Sourced: Sri Lanka and India
Meaning: A vibrant stone that is full of ground earth energy. It is said to increase self-confidence and emotional protection.

Pink Jasper

Pink Opal

Sourced: India
Meaning: A light blush coloured gemstone with peaceful and soothing qualities. The delicate stone is perfect for the person looking to heal their emotions, and the soothing pink tones of the stone will help bring tranquility and calm to the wearer.