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Gemstone Engagement Rings


Diamonds are a girl's best friend.  Some ladies could not picture their boyfriend getting down on one knee and NOT holding up one of those clear little beauties.

On the other hand, there are some who want a little color in their engagement ring, whether to honor someone, for the meaning behind the stone, or just to be a little different.  Here are a few choices when it comes to Gemstone Engagement Rings:



The sapphire was once called the "Stone of Destiny" and is the symbol of heaven and joyful devotion.  Sapphires are traditionally known as a blue stone, but also come in pink, yellow, and orange! Birthstone: September






Given as a gift, the ruby is a symbol of friendship and love. The ruby is also the symbol of vitality and royalty.  Birthstone: July



The emerald has long been the symbol of hope and was thought to preserve love.  Lucky for love, give your lover an emerald to stay faithful.  Birthstone: May



Amethysts are known as the Stone of Transformation. Transformed means that we are not as we once were, making it a great symbol for the first steps into a new stage of life.  Known as a purple stone, amethysts also come in a beautiful light green color.  Birthstone: February



Aquamarine is a stone of courage and its blue is a divine and eternal color.  Birthstone: March



Pearls symbolize purity, honesty, wisdom and integrity, all the best within us.  Birthstone: June



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Last Updated: August 3, 2013 at 11:12 pm
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