Traditionally, the birthstone for December is turquoise. This beautiful gem has long been known as a powerful and meaningful symbol, treasured by many cultures. It was believed to bring luck, protection, and good fortune.
South Asian Christians celebrate Christmas with joy and enthusiasm. They are proud of their culture and traditions and love to share them with others.
Citrine is a yellow-to-orange variety of quartz. It is the birthstone for November and is also known as the "success stone" because it is said to promote success, prosperity and abundance.
As Diwali approaches, millions of people around the world are preparing to celebrate. The colourful festival is known for its traditional gifts, which include brightly coloured sweet delicacies such as Gulab, dried fruits, and luxurious gift hampers, together with flowers and trinkets.
As the season changes, the Opal on October’s birthstone seems fitting because, in Greek words, the opal represents the change of season. The perfect description for a gemstone that radiates a rainbow of colours and the colour change in seasons.
Diwali is a five-day Hindu festival that celebrates the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness. It is considered one of the most important festivals in the Hindu calendar, and it is celebrated by Hindus all over the world.
A1 Jewellers to close showroom on Monday 19th September as a mark of respect and in honour of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
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