The birthstone for March is the icy blue Aquamarine. The seawater color of aquamarine has given this gemstone its name as the name “aquamarine” is derived from the Latin word for seawater. The Greeks and the Romans knew the aquamarine as the sailor’s gem, ensuring the safe and prosperous passage across stormy seas. In Medieval times, the stone was thought to reawaken the love of married couples. To the Egyptians it was a symbol of happiness and everlasting youth.
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The birthstone for February is the stunning purple Amethyst. Amethyst is said to strengthen relationships and give its wearer courage. At one time, only royalty could wear the gem. According to old Roman myth, St. Valentine was a priest who travelled around performing marriages known for wearing an Amethyst ring carved with the image of cupid. This is how the tradition of Valentine’s Day started. This is the reason why Amethysts are regarded as symbols of love and are the designated February birthstone.
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The Birthstone for January is the gleaming garnet! The first birthstone of the year is called the ‘Gem of Faith’, a stone that has the power to bestow eternal happiness, health and wealth on the owner.
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Deposits now being taken for Christmas!
With two months to go until Christmas, don’t forget you can secure any item in-store with a 10% deposit and pay it off in instalments up until Christmas with our Christmas Deposit Scheme.
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With only 1 month until Christmas we will now be open every Sunday 10am-4pm as part of our extended Christmas trading hours.