The Hidden Truth About November Birthstones

There are two November Birthstones: Topaz And Citrine

November babies are fortunate with citrine and topaz birthstones, offering a variety of colors at affordable prices.

Topaz is found worldwide, from Russia's mountains to Australia's Finders Island. Major sources include Pakistan, Brazil, and Sri Lanka.

Where Are Topaz And Citrine Found?

Birthstones, stemming from ancient traditions, were standardized by Jewelers of America in 1912, reflecting market demand, explaining November's two stones.

Why Does November Have Two Birthstones?

Citrine: Richness in colour

Citrine, a quartz gemstone, ranges from pale yellow to deep brownish orange. Its affordability makes it ideal for eye-catching, larger gemstone jewelry like rings or pendants.

Citrine: Stone of Wealth and Abundance

Citrine, Also dubbed as "healing quartz," allegedly enhances vitality and energy. In Chinese feng shui, it symbolizes wealth and abundance, adding to its mystical allure.

Topaz: Symbol Of Love

Topaz, a durable mineral, showcases diverse colors due to impurities or defects. Colorless topaz is heated to create blue gems.

Imperial topaz, reminiscent of Russian czars, and sherry topaz, with its yellowish-brown hue, are the most prized and costly varieties of topaz.

What does Topaz associates with?

According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, the topaz birthstone represents love, affection, strength, and intelligence for the wearer. Also, gifting blue topaz is considered a promise of love.