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Which Gemstone Matches Your Personality?

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Did you know that gemstones were once believed to empower the wearer with magical characteristics? It’s no surprise why gemstones have captured the imagination for thousands of years. Here’s our guide to what each gemstone represents, so you pick the ones that best match your personality.

Blue Topaz

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Blue topaz is believed to protect and heal the wearer, and it is associated with the Sagittarius zodiac sign. As a result, it’s ideal for those who are independent. The color of blue topaz represents a transparency, and if you’re very straightforward, this gemstone is perfect for you.

Amethyst

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Amethyst was traditionally worn to keep the wearer clear-headed and quick-witted. It’s a great gemstone for leaders and those with magnetic personalities. Amethyst’s pure purple color symbolizes strong ideals and integrity.

Quartz

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Quartz is believed to give energy and clarity to its wearer. It’s traditionally associated with the Libra sign, making it great for those who thrive in group settings and are diplomatic by nature. It’s generally clear color perfectly represents the tendency of the wearer to be idealistic and hopeful.

Garnet

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At one time, garnet gemstones were worn to protect a person from nightmares. They generally represent love and loyalty, making them a great present for a loved one or a thank-you gift for a best friend. The stone’s deep red hue also symbolizes the invested nature of its owner.

Tanzanite

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Tanzanite symbolizes unique personalities and individualism. It’s a very rare stone, and its deep blue-purple color is as beautiful as it is unique. Tanzanite is ideal for those who love expressing themselves with jewelry.

Aquamarine

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Aquamarine symbolizes youth, hope and health. Its bright blue color perfectly represents what it means to be bright and adaptable. The stone is a beautiful gift for someone who never takes himself or herself too seriously.

Morganite

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Morganite is closely related to aquamarine—it comes from the same mineral. However, morganite has a pale pink color and symbolizes love and prosperity. If you want to make a romantic gesture, morganite is a great choice.

Peridot

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Peridot gemstones have a long history, with records of mining dating back to 1500 B.C. The stone’s strong green color is representative of nature. If you’re more comfortable outdoors than anywhere else, peridot is for you.

Chris joined Shane Co. as a marketing intern in the summer of 2016, after earning a BFA in creative writing. Chris is working closely with the copywriting team to help strengthen our brand voice, and he also contributes to blog posts and future marketing campaigns. When not at work, he spends his time as a fiction writer.

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