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What is June Birthstone Jewelry?

Three are three kinds June birthstone jewelry: Alexandrite, moonstone and pearl. bri ng you you a wide variety, you can choose your birthstone depending on yhe price and color of stone, to looking your favorite stone.
Birthstones are gemstones that symbolise a person’s month of birth or zodiac sign. And they have been assigned to months since biblical times and transcend cultures.
 Each of the twelve birthstones was assigned its piece of jewellery for centuries, and each was worn during its assigned month. During Febrary, Febrary birthstones would be worn. During July, July birthstones would be worn.
People today wear their birthstones in the daily life, changing the custom. People born in June are among the luckiest of all since they have the choice of multiple birthstones. Alexandrite, the modern June Birthstone, is an excellent choice for those who want a modern look. And for those who appreciate traditional gemstones, pearl birthstone jewellery may also be an excellent choice.
What is the significance of June’s three birthstones jewelry?
Many ancient stones are becoming increasingly rare, which is why some months have more than one birthstone. Therefore, there are three birthstones for June. Initially, moonstones and pearls were added, followed by alexandrite in 1952. In this way, alexandrite is also considered the birthstone for June in the modern day.

The Three Birthstones Jewelry of June

For many reasons, June is one of the best months of the year. Aside from marking the start of summer, June is also known as a peak wedding month, and it is home to three birthstones, each of which is stunning – the pearl, moonstone, or alexandrite. There is a distinctive origin, symbolism, and beauty to each of these stones.

 Pearl Birthstone Jewelry-June Birthstone

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Jeulia “Lady Pearl” Leaf Circle Cultured Pearl Sterling Silver Jewelry Set
Throughout the world, this beautiful June birthstone is found in the oceans, lakes and rivers. Every woman of any age loves this wardrobe staple. Our forebears were fascinated by pearls’ origins. Pearls were believed to have originated as teardrops from heaven by ancient people from the Middle East. In Chinese mythology, the birthstone for June comes from the brain of a dragon. Dew drops were believed to be formed by mollusks by Christopher Columbus and his contemporaries. Living mollusks (either oysters or mussels) produce pearls inside their tissue. Pearls are organic gems.
Innocence, humility, and purity have long been associated with pearls. As such, pearls are traditionally given as wedding gifts because they symbolise “sweet simplicity.” As well as symbolising sweetness, pearls are thought to have health benefits. Atharvaveda, a Sanskrit text from ancient times, said that pearls wished people long lives and prosperity. Haemorrhaging and indigestion were believed to be relieved by pearls in Asia. According to some 19th-century Arab physicians, pearl powder improved eyesight, eased depression and calmed nervous tremors.
As one of the most valued gemstones, pearls have a unique translucence and lustre. An oyster’s pearl colour is determined by the species and environment in which it is produced. Pearls are most commonly white and are perhaps the most well-known. A pearl can also be found in shades of black, cream, grey, blue, yellow, lavender, green, and mauve. Several islands in the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico produce black pearls. There is nothing like an Oriental pearl from the Persian Gulf or Sri Lanka, which is an exquisite cream-coloured pearl. Besides Celebes in Indonesia and the Gulf of California, the Pacific coast of Mexico is also a good location for natural seawater pearls. Bavaria, Germany, and the Mississippi River streams contain freshwater mussels that produce pearls.

 Cultured Pearls Jewelry

A very similar process is involved in forming natural and cultured pearls. In contrast to imitation pearls, cultured pearls are formed when humans stimulate the mollusks with an irritant. This makes pearl jewellery more affordable and streamlines the process. The majority of pearls today are cultured, whether they come from natural sources or freshwater sources. That’s why the most affordable pearls are freshwater cultured pearls.
Pearl Properties
Depending on the Mohs scale, pearls range in hardness from 2.5 to 4.5. Due to the acidity of calcium carbonate, pearls disintegrate when exposed to vinegar. Tan and black dyes are sometimes used on cultured freshwater pearls. In reality, black pearls aren’t black. Instead, they are green, purple, blue, and silver. They are usually cultured because of their rare appearance.
Pearl Farms
Most cultured pearls come from freshwater and saltwater farms around the world. Mollusks bearing pearls are transplanted from other places or purchased from other farmers to populate a site. A pearl-bearing mollusk’s tissue can also be injected into a non-pearl-bearing one. Cultured pearls can be produced much faster from mollusks stimulated in this way than natural pearls.

South Sea Pearls Jewelry

Pearls from the South Seas are among the finest in the world. A remote location in the South Sea is the only place where this rare gemstone can be harvested. This process produces giant pearls, and their colours range from white to honey gold with extreme lustre. June birthstone gifts should include a south sea pearl necklace.

 Tahitian Pearls Jewelry

The natural occurrence of black pearls is rare, even though cultured and imitation pearls can be dyed in any colour. Among the most valuable gemstones on earth are rich black Tahitian pearls. In French Polynesia, these pearls are cultured today on Tahiti Island.

 Moonstone Birthstone-June Birthstone

Jeulia "Moonlight Magic" Cat Sterling Silver Moonstone Necklace
Jeulia “Moonlight Magic” Cat Sterling Silver Moonstone Necklace
 One of the most famous gems of the feldspar family is the moonstone -. Adularescence is the appearance of light billowing across a gemstone, giving a unique glow. Moonstones with a blue sheen against a colourless background are the most delicate. Both the Roman and Greek lunar gods were associated with this June birthstone. Moonbeams are said to be solidified in Hindu mythology. Moonstone is commonly believed to bring excellent luck, love, passion, and fertility.
René Lalique and Louis Comfort Tiffany, among others, used moonstones in their fine jewellery during the Art Nouveau era (1890-1910). In the 1960s and 1990s, moonstone birthstones were a hot item among the “flower child” movement and New Age designers.
The hardness of the moonstone is 6-6.5 on the Mohs scale, and its toughness is poor. High heat may cause it to crack. Moonstones should not be cleaned with ultrasonic or steam cleaners. A soft brush and warm, soapy water is the best way to clean.
Where Is The Moonstone Found?
Only a few places in the United States have moonstones, including New Mexico, North Carolina and Virginia. India and Sri Lanka are the essential sources of moonstone birthstones, but Brazil, India, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Myanmar and Tanzania are also important sources.

Alexandrite Birthstone-June Birthstone

Alexandrite birthstone
Alexandrite Birthstone
Known as a mineral that changes colour depending on the lighting, Alexandrite is a rare variety of chrysoberyl. In daylight or fluorescent light, alexandrite birthstones display a vivid green to bluish-green colour and an intense red to purplish red in incandescent light. The Ural Mountains of Russia first discovered significant alexandrite deposits in 1830.
Known as the gem of Alexander II (1818-1881), the heir apparent to the throne, the gem was named after him. The red and green colours of Alexandrite matched the national military colours of imperial Russia, which drew the country’s attention. Another phenomenon known as chatoyancy or the cat’s-eye effect occurs when certain types of long, thin inclusions are parallel. The cat’s-eye alexandrite is one of the most fascinating and stunning gemstones.
8.5 on the Mohs scale. This birthstone is relatively complex. The steel is exceptionally tough and has no cleavage, which is a characteristic that shows it is likely to break when struck. Therefore, it is a good choice for mounting rings and other items subject to a lot of wear and tear. A June bride-to-be would enjoy receiving an alexandrite engagement ring. Ultrasonic and steam cleaners are as safe as warm, soapy water to clean your June birthstone.
Where Is Alexandrite Found?
Today, most alexandrite comes from Brazil, Sri Lanka and East Africa instead of the spectacular Ural Mountain deposits. Some fine-quality stones have been found in the newer deposits, but they exhibit less-refined colour changes and murkier hues than their predecessors from the 19th century. The scarcity of fine-quality alexandrite, especially in large sizes, makes it one of the more expensive coloured gemstones.

 Wearing June Birthstone Jewelry for  Everyday

Do you have a favourite birthstone jewelry among the three? If you prefer a more modern gemstone, like alexandrite, you may opt for the pearl’s classic look. Whether it’s everyday wear or a special occasion, June’s birthstone range is perfect for those born in June. It is possible to wear each June birthstone alone or combined with other gemstone jewellery.
Moonstones, in particular, look stunning with white diamonds in a necklace made of diamonds or pearls. Besides moonstones, blue topaz and quartz are also blue.
Alexandrite pairs well with delicate emerald necklaces because of its vibrant green colour. When contrasted with the gemstones of the garnet family, its purple-red colour looks stunning.
Besides pearls, fine emeralds, blue topaz, pink tourmaline, moonstone, and alexandrite are all gemstones that pair well with pearls.

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What is the Twelve Birthstone Beautiful Legend?

Everyone has their own birthstone, and people of different months have different guardian stones, and the things they want to protect are also different. Each type of guardian stone has a very beautiful and charming appearance, and the guardian stone has its own meaning and symbolic significance.

The birthstones are said to be related to the twelve cornerstones, twelve precious stones in the breastplate, the twelve angels of Islam, and the legends of the twelve celestial palaces in the Bible. Over time, the custom of wearing birth moon gemstones has formed in various regions.

Here are the birthstones by month with some background on each of the stones.

January Birthstone – Garnet

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Garnet is a gemstone, dark red,whose name from a variety of old English, French and Latin words. It also drawed as “seed” and are thought to possibly be linked to the meaning behind Pomegranate; a fruit with dark red seeds that evoke the shapes and colors of garnet crystals. While garnets do come in various colors, it it the dark red version that is traditionally associated with garnet as a birthstone.
More than a hundred years ago, the young girl Ululiet fell in love with the famous German poet Goethe. Every time she went on a date, Ululiet never forgot to wear her ancestral pomegranate. She firmly believed that this gem could convey love to her lover. In the end, Goethe was deeply moved by Ululiet, and the great poem “The Lament of Marienbator” was born from it.
As a January birthstone, garnet represents chastity, friendship, and loyalty.

February Birthstone – Amethyst

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Amethyst is a semi precious stone that is actually a purple/violet variety of quartz. It’s use in jewelry dates back to the ancient Egyptians and over the centuries it was able to be sourced from more areas allowing it to become a stone that many could enjoy.
According to legend, the god of wine, Busca, once played a prank that turned a beautiful girl into a stone sculpture. When Busca regretted being sad, he accidentally spilled wine on the sculpture, which turned into a beautiful amethyst. Therefore, the god of wine named the amethyst after the girl, “AMETHYST”.
Amethyst, known as the “King of Crystals”, has been regarded as a noble color in Japan since ancient times, symbolizing honesty and a peaceful mindset.

March Birthstone – Aquamarine


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The March birthstone name alone of the stone let’s us know we are in a world of aquatic tranquility. Derived from the word aqua – Latin for water – aquamarines rightfully bear the colors of the waters that break upon our most beautiful coral reefs.
Legend has it that there is a group of beautiful fish living on the deep blue sea floor. They dress themselves up with aquamarine gemstones, and at critical moments, as long as the gemstones are exposed to sunlight, they can gain mysterious power. Therefore, aquamarine has another nickname called “Yuwu Fish Stone”.
As a March birthstone, Hai Lan Bao symbolizes calmness and bravery, happiness and longevity.

April Birthstone – Diamonds

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What more can we say about diamonds, which have a special place in the world of fine jewelry and precious stones. Not surprisingly, we’ve heard it said by more than one woman that if they could trade birthdays (and birthstones) then April (and diamonds) would be at the top of their list.
Alexander obtained diamonds in the Diamond Valley guarded by pythons during his conquest of India in 350 BC. He cleverly ordered the soldiers to use mirrors to reflect the snake’s gaze and kill it. Then he threw the lamb chunks towards the diamond in the valley, and killed the vulture that was catching the meat to obtain the diamond.
Diamonds symbolize loyalty and purity, and are also a commemorative gemstone for the 75th anniversary of marriage.

May Birthstone – Emerald

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Emeralds, in their highest quality form, are one of the more rare precious gemstones. High quality emeralds are judged by their rich deep verdant green color and well as their clarity. Emeralds are generally sourced from Colombia, Brazil, Zambia and Afghanistan with Colombian emeralds generally held in the highest esteem. As a stone derived from the beryl group of minerals, emeralds offer the opportunity to be worn for any occasion depending on the fine jewelry design in which they are set.
A long time ago, someone discovered a pool of very green water in the Andes mountain area. Patients can recover by drinking it, and blind people can regain their sight by using it! So someone jumped into the deep pool to explore and picked up a crystal clear emerald at the bottom of the pool. This was emerald, which made the people there live a happy life.

As a May birthstone, emerald symbolizes a happy wife.

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June Birthstone – Pearls, Moonlight Stones


Pearls are actually the only birthstone (and gemstone for that matter) that is created by a living creature. Mollusks create pearls naturally when an irritant, like a grain of sand, in introduced into their shells. Pearls formed naturally by mollusks without any human involvement are the most rare (natural pearls), whereas pearls that are cultivated and farmed are the ones that are the most common and widely available today. While natural colored pales are most rare and precious, cultivated, or fresh water pearls, will often be offered in a few different colors and are actually dyed to achieve the available hues.

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Jeulia Classic Design Cultured Pearl Sterling Silver Drop Earrings

Moonlight Stones

The Moonlight Stone Statue is like a quiet moonlit night, emitting a steady light. Sometimes the faint light may change slightly, creating a mysterious color tone. It is said that this is because Diana, the goddess of the moon, lives in the Moonlight Stone. Sometimes Diana’s mood fluctuates, and the color tone of the Moonlight Stone will change accordingly.

People believe that wearing a moonstone can bring good luck, and Native Americans consider it a “sacred stone”, indicating health, longevity, prosperity, and wealth.

July Birthstone – Ruby

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Rubies are precious gemstones renowned for their deep red color. They are the red variety of the mineral corundum, and the finest, deepest red versions historically were mined in Burma (now Myanmar). For those seeking July birthstone jewelry gifts, a large percentage of rubies are infused with color through heat treatments, which also makes for increased availability of the stones. Ruby is one of the harder, more durable gemstones, with only diamonds being harder.

According to legend, there is a beautiful princess named Naja in Myanmar who demands the removal of the man eating dragon from the mountains in order to marry her. Finally, a poor young man eliminated the demon dragon and became the Prince of the Sun. Then the two disappeared into a flash of light, leaving only a few eggs, and one of them gave birth to a ruby.

Abroad, ruby represents noble and fiery love.

August Birthstone – Peridot

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The August birthstone is the peridot that is recognized for its unique lime or olive green color. It is the gem quality version of the mineral olivine, and large quantities of the stone today are mined in Arizona. It is a gemstone that can trace its origins back to the ancient Egyptians in the 2nd millennium BC.

According to legend, on a small island in the Mediterranean, pirates often clashed. Once, they discovered a large number of gemstones while digging for cover, so everyone embraced and reconciled. The pirate leader referred to this olive like gemstone as olivine, based on the story of olive branches in the Bible. From then on, olivine was revered by pirates as a token to turn swords into jade.

Peridot, known as the “Stone of Happiness,” is well deserved as it symbolizes happiness and harmony.

September Birthstone – Sapphire

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Perhaps no other gemstone apart from diamonds has the history and recognition of sapphires. The September birthstone are traditionally known for their rich blue color, but sapphires actually come in a broad range of colors, including white sapphires which we use throughout our sterling silver collection. Sapphires are gem versions of the mineral corundum, and pink sapphires will retain the sapphire designation until they reach the level of red to be classified as rubies. Most blue sapphires today are heated to impart their richness of color, an unheated blue sapphire is more precious due to greater rarity. The blue sapphire gained added attention a few years back when Prince William gave Kate Middleton a blue sapphire ring for their engagement.

A long, long time ago, there was a young man named Banda who bravely fought against the demon king for the peace of the people. The fierce demon king struggled desperately before his death, causing a corner of the sky to shatter and causing many stars to fall. Some of the stars turned into starlight sapphires.

Sapphire symbolizes loyalty, steadfastness, love, and honesty. Starlight Blue Treasure, also known as the “Stone of Destiny,” can bless the wearer with safety and bring good luck.

October Birthstone – Opal

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Jeulia Opal Heart Necklace Sterling Silver

Opals are gemstones known for their extraordinary play of color which in the most precious of opals can mirror the greatest natural light shows of the heavens or the seas. The finest October birthstones are from Australia and the types range from crystal, boulder and water opals to the rarest black opals. Fire opals, known for their deep translucent reddish and orange colors, are most often found in Mexico. Opals are most commonly cut into domed cabochon stones, as the smooth domed cuts allow for the most play of color.

According to legend, Prometheus disregarded Zeus’s opposition and brought fire to humanity. When fire spread to thousands of households, it finally extinguished on the hanging rock of the Caucasus mountain where Prometheus was bound, leaving behind a gemstone that could bloom in seven colors. This gemstone has the seven colors of the sun’s rays, which is called tourmaline.

Bi Xi sounds like “warding off evil”, hence it is also known as the “stone for warding off evil”. People believe that wearing a tourmaline can receive the blessings of the Buddha, stay away from ghosts and monsters, and resolve all unpleasant situations.

November Birthstone – Topaz

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While topaz may be found in a variety of colors, in its natural state is generally yellowish-brown or near colorless. In varieties like blue topaz, the November birthstone’s colors are achieved through treatments like irradiation. The most precious topaz is the imperial topaz, which has a rich orange like cast that often includes wondrous elements of pink to create a fantastic rainbow-like quality.
The Golden Fleece can be said to be the most valuable treasure in Greek mythological stories, guarded by dragons and inaccessible to the world. However, only the Greek hero Jason can obtain it because he possesses the yellow crystal bestowed by the goddess Hera, and the light of his wealth is very powerful, leaving the eyes of the evil dragon unaware.
Yellow crystal can enhance personal confidence, accumulate wealth, and focus on financial luck. It often brings unexpected wealth and belongs to the category of wealth crystals.

December Birthstone – Turquoise

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Turquoise and tanzanite are both known as December birthstones. We decided to feature turquoise as it is the oldest and original birthstone for December, with tanzanite having been added in 2002. Turquoise of course has a rich history across many cultures. From the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt to the Chinese, Native Americans and the British Royal family, all have made Turquoise part of their jewelry and heritage. In its purest form, turquoise will have the deep, rich flawless solid blue, but also comes in many instances with “matrix” the veins of brown colorations that can make the stone so visually interesting.
It is said that in order to marry a wife who is both talented and beautiful, Songtsen Gampo asked the candidate beauties to string turquoise necklaces with nine curves and eighteen small holes. The beautiful and intelligent Princess Wencheng took off one of her beautiful hair, tied it around the waist of an ant through a small hole, and finally strung turquoise into a necklace.
Turquoise is also the spirit of the sea and blue sky, bringing auspiciousness and good luck to those on expeditions. It is known as the stone of success and luck, and is a symbol of divine power.
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