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Birthstones is an interesting idea when it comes to buying a gemstone for someone. Here's a list of gemstones corresponding to the birth month. January - Garnet February - Amethyst March - Aquamarine April - Diamond May - Emerald June - Pearl / Alexandrite July - Ruby August - Peridot September - Sapphire October - Opal / Tourmaline November - Topaz / Citrine December - Tanzanite / Zircon / Turquoise Pictures: TKBESPOKE - Kristina Lim
Other than for beauty and appreciation, gemstones are inherently precious and valuable. The global gemstone market is estimated to be worth US$23 billion. As compared to other assets, gemstones are small, lightweight and highly portable. A little piece of gemstone worth millions of dollars can be easily kept in your pocket to bring around with you.Graff Ruby 8.62ct unheated Burmese ruby in pigeon blood colorSource: The Jewellery Editor There is no doubt that gemstones are valuable and historical data have shown that colored gemstones have significantly increased in value. In 2006, London luxury jeweler Graff bought an unheated Burmese ruby of 8.62...