Mother's rings and necklaces represent your family, made with your family’s birthstones, one birthstone for each family member.
Birthstones are gemstones that represent the month of your birthday.
Some months have more than one birthstone. For example, June is pearl, moonstone, and alexandrite. October is opal and pink tourmaline. December is all things blue: Turquoise, tanzanite, blue zircon. Although not technically a December birthstone, blue topaz is often used.
Which family birthstones should I include?
For a newer mom, it is usually her kid’s birthstones. You can also include the husband’s birthstone, and mom’s too, for the entire family!
For a grandma, mother’s rings and necklaces are extra special. Necklaces can usually hold more birthstones than rings, so if there’s a large family, that might be a better choice. Alternatively, just the grandkid’s birthstones can be used.
Which order should I put the birthstones?
Sometimes the birthstones are placed in birth order. For a grandmother’s ring, you might have her oldest child’s kids, followed by the next child’s kids, and so on.
Other times people choose the most aesthetic look. At Fox Fine Jewelry, we’ll help you decide the best layout of your birthstones.
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Colored diamonds are more durable
At Fox Fine Jewelry, we recommend using colored diamonds to represent the birthstones for mother’s rings and necklaces:
- Some birthstones are more prone to chipping and scratching.
- Diamonds are not only durable, they sparkle much more.
- In birthstone sizes, diamonds don’t cost that much more.
Plus, diamonds are forever - just like family!