All About Stones

Garnets have such a long history with humans that the name for the stone actually comes from a Latin word, granatum, which means seed or seed-like.
From the traditional Lapis Lazuli to the modern Tanzanite, December's birthstones are variations of blue.
November is lucky to have a birthstone said to bring good luck and good fortune, which is also beautiful and versatile in a wide range of jewelry!
October babies are lucky in their birthstone options! Opal and Tourmaline are both prized and beautiful gems that come in a variety of colors.

June is another rare month that claims more than one birthstone as its own. But Moonstone is the captivating and radiant June birthstone I adore the most.

April babies are blessed with two birthstones: the dazzling Diamond and the historical Rock Crystal Quartz.
The name Aquamarine is derived from the Latin word ‘aqua’ meaning water and ‘marina’, meaning sea. Ancient mariners believed the gem would calm waves keeping the sailors safe. 
For centuries, jewelry lovers and historians have been enchanted by the charm of Amethyst, the official birthstone of February.
Garnets have been revered as January’s birthstone since the 15th century. For centuries, Garnets have been viewed as a symbol of love, friendship and protection.

My jewelry journey began decades ago, when I wanted to wear jewelry that conveyed my passion for the artistic spirit of nature and the outdoors- so I learned to craft it myself!

I've honed my skills over the years. Five years ago, I decided to make my jewelry available to all who connect with the natural world... which I do through my website and in shops & galleries.

My love of nature led me to become a Conservation Colorado Green Business Leader Partner. To help protect our land, air and water, I donate 10% of my proceeds to Conservation Colorado.

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