If you have always wanted to know the meaning and significance behind your birthstone, then you are in luck. Our Lillicoco Birthstone Guide illustrates each birthstone by month, so you will never have to worry about a birthstone gift ever again!
January - Garnet
Not only the favourite of Georgians and Victorians, but Garnets are also the January Birthstone. Our Garnet January Birthstone guide unveils all you need to know about this glittering scarlet gem!
February - Amethyst
From dreamy lavender to juicy purple, February Birthstone Jewellery is some of the most beautiful of them all. Click below to read our guide on the significance and meaning of Amethysts, a must have when you are looking for the perfect February Birthstone necklace.
March - Aquamarine and Bloodstone
What is the March Birthstone? March babies don’t just have one, but two gorgeous March gems: Aquamarine and Bloodstone. Our Birthstone for March guide dives into the details on both of these completely different but equally beautiful gemstones.
April - Diamond
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but did you also know that they are the April Birthstone!? Rich in history, meaning and price, Diamonds has it all! But If you are looking for affordable April Birthstone gifts, this guide also has you in mind.
May - Emerald
Just like April, the May Birthstone is another precious and revered gemstone: Emerald. It’s beguiling green colour and great durability is one of the many reasons why May Birthstone jewellery is so popular. We talk about this and more in our Emerald birthstone month guide.
June - Pearl, Moonstone, Alexandrite
Moonstone, Alexandrite and Pearl, if you are looking for a June Birthstone gift, you have plenty to choose from! This very handy guide helps you decide which gem to pick, as you find out more about each individual June birthstone meaning.
July - Ruby
Have you ever wanted to know the difference between a Ruby and a Pink Sapphire? Our guide details everything you need to know about the July Birthstone colour, from the most expensive Ruby hue (Pigeon’s Blood), to why many Spinels have been mistaken as Rubies in history!
August - Peridot
Akin to the colour of olive oil, Peridots are such a gorgeous and historic gem. Not only one of Cleopatra’s favourites, but also the August birthstone. After reading this birthstone guide, you will instantly want this August gem in your jewellery box.
September - Sapphire
Featured in one of the most googled engagement ring’s in the world, the September birthstone of Sapphire always receives the royal treatment. Not to mention this September gem has plenty of interesting history and significance too.
October - Opals & Tourmaline
Antique Opals are one of our most sought after gems, due to their gorgeous play of colour and ability to uplift every outfit. But what is the meaning and significance of Opals? Our Opal October birthstone guide tells all.
November - Citrine & Topaz
Can’t decide between a November Birthstone necklace or ring? Our Citrine and Topaz guide gives you all of the details, so you can be a November gemstone expert.