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March has two birthstones: the most recognized is aquamarine and the other is bloodstone.

The birthstone for the month of February is amethyst. Known for its purple color, this gemstone is commonly found in the collection of royal families throughout Europe and Asia.

An engagement ring is more than a piece of jewelry. It is a celebration of your love. A symbol of your commitment. R.F. Moeller has celebrated love stories for 71 years. And we know there’s a ring to celebrate every unique love story. You can select a ring from our curated collection, personalize an existing ring, or work with our in-house artisans to create the ring of your dreams. Keep …

Pantone has chosen their 2023 color of the year and it is Viva Magenta! This color is described by Pantone as “a shade rooted in nature descending from the red family and expressive of a new signal of strength.” It is described as powerful, empowering, electrifying, boundary-less, audacious, and inclusive. Its vibrant and exciting nature is hopefully an indicator of what’s to come in 2023. Ruby and garnet are two …

This month’s birthstone is garnet. Garnets are durable and available in a broad price range, which makes them a great choice for any taste.

December’s three birthstones are turquoise, Tanzanite, and zircon. All three of these birthstones are known for their stunning shades of blue. The age of these gemstones varies greatly, from one being one of the oldest on Earth, to another only recently being discovered.

November’s two birthstones are topaz and citrine. Certain shades of these gemstones look similar to each other, so much so that they have often been mistaken for one another throughout history. The pale-yellow color of citrine closely resembles yellow topaz, which explains why November’s two birthstones have been so easily confused. Both November birthstones are easily accessible and affordable, even in larger sizes. Topaz and citrine were thought to be …

October’s two birthstones are opal and tourmaline. Opal is traditionally the more recognized October birthstone; however, tourmaline was added as a second birthstone in 1812. Tourmaline is highly valued due to its wide variety of colors, and hundreds of years ago, it was believed that opals carried the power and virtues of all colored stones.

Did you know that you don’t have to let the old ring that grandma gave you sit and collect dust at home? It’s always possible for old jewelry to feel new again. Heirlooms are so important and special to various family members, but sometimes the piece isn’t the right size, style, or your preferred type of jewelry.