Do you have your heart set on a sparkling green gemstone?
You may be surprised to discover that the gemstones in this color category are not only head-turning but are also incredibly meaningful.
This guide will make it crystal clear why green gemstones are worth buying. We’ll highlight some interesting facts as well as the beautiful meanings behind the most popular green gemstones this year.
By the time you’ve finished reading it, you should know precisely which one is right for you.
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What are green gemstones?
The beauty of gemstones is that they come in a rainbow of magnificent colors.
Green is one of the most popular gemstone colors—and for a good reason.
Green gemstones, an umbrella term used to describe gemstones that are artificially or naturally colored green, are equally known for their eye-catching looks as they are for the powerful meanings they hold.
Let’s take a closer look at the green gemstones on everyone’s lips this year.
As you’ll quickly see if you ever come across one, this traditional precious stone is an absolute stunner.
So you can understand why we’re a bit envious of May babies, who have it as their birthstone!
Green emeralds are believed to symbolize growth and abundance in all aspects of life. If you wish to welcome these qualities into your own life, why not start wearing a piece of emerald green jewelry today?
Also known as verdelite, green tourmaline is a green gemstone that is greatly revered in the spiritual world.
It is considered to be a deeply healing crystal that can remove blockages and bring about a feeling of peace.
Geminis and Virgos are said to particularly benefit from the supposed healing properties this gemstone exudes.
Peridot, sometimes called chrysolite, is a natural gemstone that has been worshipped for centuries.
Ancient Egyptians called it “the gem of the sun” due to its supposed ability to deter evil spirits.
While peridot comes in a range of green shades, it is most commonly available as a yellow-green.
Already obsessed with green gemstones? Your obsession may reach new heights once you realize just how many green gems there are! Other kinds that might take your fancy include demantoid garnet, moss agate, jadeite, chrome diopside, green aventurine, alexandrite, chalcedony, bloodstone, green spinel, and amazonite.
Where can I buy them?
There are a few types of places you can turn to if you’re ready to browse or buy a green gemstone.
If you’re interested in a stand-alone green gemstone, try a gemstone dealer or your local new age store.
If you’re after one in a jewelry setting, make sure to opt for a reputable jeweler.
At Blush and Bar, we have built a strong reputation for designing and creating immaculate jewelry.
Just take a look at our gorgeous Garen ring, which features a vivid green gemstone surrounded by six cubic zirconia accents. It’s available in a 925 sterling silver, 8K yellow gold, or 18K rose gold bands.
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