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14k gold baby shoe charms Garmet January Birthstone gemstone

14k gold baby shoes These measure 1/4 inch wide by 9/16 inches tall not including the bail for the chain
and 13/16 inch tall including the bail for the chain.

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14k gold pave baby shoe charms Garmet January Birthstone gem

14k gold pave baby shoe charms Amethyst February Birthstone

14k gold pave baby shoe charms Aquamarine March Birthstone g

14k gold pave baby shoe charms CZ April Birthstone measures

14k gold pave baby shoe charms Emerald May Birthstone gemsto

14k gold pave baby shoe charms Rohdolite June Birthstone gem

14k gold pave baby shoe charms Ruby July Birthstone gemstone

14k gold pave baby shoe charms Peridot August Birthstone gem

14k gold pave baby shoe charms Sapphire September Birthstone

14k gold pave baby shoe charms Pink Tourmaline October Birth

14k gold pave baby shoe charms Citrine November Birthstone g

14k gold pave baby shoe charms Bllue Topaz December Birthsto

14k gold baby shoes These measure 3/8 inch wide by 11/16 inches tall not including the bail for the chain
and 15/16 inch tall including the bail for the chain.

    January Birthstones
    Modern Birthstone - Garnet
    Traditional Birthstone - Garnet
    Mystical Birthstone - Emerald
    Ayurvedic Birthstone - Garnet
    Other Birthstone - Rose Quartz

    Legend has it, that Noah hung a large garnet in the ark for illumination! The garnet was believed to protect from nightmares and give guidance at night. The Crusaders used them as protection against wounds and accidents during their journeys. Today, it is a symbol for guidance and constancy.

    February Birthstones
    Modern Birthstone - Amethyst
    Traditional Birthstone - Amethyst
    Mystical Birthstone - Bloodstone
    Ayurvedic Birthstone - Amethyst
    Other Birthstone - Onyx, Moonstone

    The Greeks believed that if an amethyst was placed under the tongue while drinking it would prevent intoxication! For many years the amethyst has been a symbol of peace and tranquility! It is also said to be the stone of Saint Valentine, who wore an amethyst engraved with the figure of his assistant, Cupid. Saint Valentine's Day is still observed in February.

    March Birthstones
    Modern Birthstone - Aquamarine
    Traditional Birthstone - Bloodstone
    Mystical Birthstone - Jade
    Ayurvedic Birthstone - Bloodstone
    Other Birthstone - Rock Crystal

    People believed this stone had the ability to aid seafarers. It was also believed that if you dreamed aquamarine it meant you were going to meet a new friend! Aquamarine has also been a symbol for youth and health for many years!

    April Birthstones
    Modern Birthstone - Diamond
    Traditional Birthstone - Diamond
    Mystical Birthstone - Opal
    Ayurvedic Birthstone - Diamond
    Other - Quartz, White Sapphire

    The diamond is the hardest of all gems. In ancient times they were believed to be hardened dewdrops or splinters of lightning and stars that fell to the earth. Warriors believed if they wore diamonds into battle that the gems would give them strength and courage. In ancient times, only men wore diamonds. The tradition of giving diamond engagement rings came much later. Today, the gem is a symbol that reflects the strength of love!

    May Birthstones
    Modern Birthstone - Emerald
    Traditional Birthstone - Emerald
    Mystical Birthstone - Sapphire
    Ayurvedic Birthstone - Agate
    Other Birthstone - Chrysoprase, Beryl

    The Emeralds magnificent color has been said to rest and relieve the eye. Romans dedicated the gem to the goddess Venus because it symbolized the reproductive forces of nature. Early Christians considered the gem a symbol of the resurrection of Christ! In present time, the emerald is a symbol for happiness and fertility.

    June Birthstones
    Modern Birthstone - Pearl, Moonstone
    Traditional Birthstone - Alexandrite
    Mystical Birthstone - Moonstone
    Ayurvedic Birthstone - Pearl
    Other Birthstone - Opal

    According to Indian mythology, a pearl was formed when dew drops during a full moon fell from the heavens into the sea and were captured by shellfish. Warriors in India encrusted pearls into the handles of their swords to symbolize the tears a sword can bring. In present time, the pearl is a universal symbol of purity.

    July Birthstones
    Modern Birthstone - Ruby
    Traditional Birthstone - Ruby
    Mystical Birthstone - Ruby
    Ayurvedic Birthstone - Ruby
    Other Birthstone - Carnelian

    The ruby is known as "The Lord of the Gems"! In the Orients it was believed to be the spark of life and was thought to be drops of blood from the heart of Mother Earth! In other parts of the world, the ruby was perceived as self-luminous and was called glowing stone or lamp stone. During medieval times, many thought the ruby could warn of misfortune or illness to its owner by turning a deeper red. Today, it is a symbol for nobility.

    August Birthstones
    Modern Birthstone - Peridot
    Traditional Birthstone - Sardonyx
    Mystical Birthstone - Diamond
    Ayurvedic Birthstone - Sapphire
    Other Birthstone - Jade (from elsewhere on net)

    The peridot is formed by a volcanic action. Greeks believed it brought royal dignity upon its wearer and it was also considered a symbol for the sun. Ancient legends considered the peridot as a powerful amulet that warded off evil.

    September Birthstones
    Modern Birthstone - Sapphire
    Traditional Birthstone - Sapphire
    Mystical Birthstone - Agate
    Ayurvedic Birthstone - Moonstone
    Other Birthstone - Lapis Lazuli, Diamond, Chrsolite

    It is a common theory that the Ten Commandments were written on tablets made of Sapphire. In ancient times, the sapphire was believed to hold special powers. Many felt the gem gave its owner the ability to foretell the future. It has been a symbol for wisdom ever since!

    October Birthstones
    Modern Birthstone - Opal, Tourmaline
    Traditional Birthstone - Tourmaline
    Mystical Birthstone - Jasper
    Ayurvedic Birthstone - Opal
    Other Birthstone - Pink Tourmaline, Zircon, Aquamarine

    Throughout history, there are as many different legends about the opal as there are colors in this precious gem. There is an Indian legend about the origin of the opal. Quoted from "Gemstones" by Willard Heaps: "...the gods Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva once vied in jealous love for a beautiful woman. This angered the Eternal, who changed the fair mortal into a creature made of mist. Thereupon each of the three gods endowed her with his own color so as to be able to recognize her. Brahma gave her the glorious blue of the heavens, Vishnu enriched her with the splendor of gold, and Shiva lent her his flaming red. But all this was in vain, since the lovely phantom was whisked away by the winds. Finally, the Eternal took pity on her and transformed her into a stone, the opal, that sparkles in all the colors of the rainbow."

    In Australia, a legend existed of a huge opal that governs the stars and guides human love, as well as controls the gold in all the mines. The Aborigines have an altogether different legend concerning the opal. They believed it to be the devil that lurks in the ground made up of half man and half serpent that lures men to destruction.

    Arabs believed the wearer of an opal had the power of invisibility, hence it became a popular talisman of thieves and spies. The Romans considered the gem to be a symbol of love and hope. In the orients, it was called the anchor of hope. The two beliefs of love and hope, above all the others has carried over into today's beliefs.

    November Birthstones
    Modern Birthstone - Yellow Topaz, Citrine
    Traditional Birthstone - Citrine
    Mystical Birthstone - Pearl
    Ayurvedic Birthstone - Topaz
    Other Birthstone - Diamond

    The name Topaz is derived from the Sanskrit word meaning "fire". In ancient lore, it was believed that topaz could control heat and cool boiling water, as well as calm excessive anger. During the Middle Ages, the topaz was used mostly by royalty and clergy. A 13th century belief held that a topaz engraved with a falcon helped its wearer cultivate the goodwill of kings and princes. Topaz was once thought to strengthen the mind, prevent mental disorders, and increase wisdom.

    December Birthstones
    Modern Birthstone - Blue Topaz, Turquoise
    Traditional Birthstone - Zircon, Turquoise, Lapis Lazuli
    Mystical Birthstone - Onyx
    Ayurvedic Birthstone - Ruby

    Turquoise was used in some of the earliest jewelry known to man. Pharaohs in Egypt have been unearthed wearing turquoise jewelry that date back to 55oo B.C. Native Americans in the southwest called turquoise "Chal-cui-hui-ta" which means "The highest and most valued thing in the world." They believed the blue represented heaven and the green earth. Turquoise was considered by some as a symbol of good fortune and success. It was also believed to bring prosperity to its wearer.

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