I don’t think birthstones have much in the way of serious history to them, but they can still serve as lovely representations of people in your life. Setting in a ring the birthstones for each of your family members has come up quite a few times and is very sentimental. The pearl ring here in 9ct gold is a replica of a very treasured ring, commissioned by a man for his wife to replace a ring he had bought her when they were very young and had been recently lost in a move.
Photo 1: Pearl ring in 18ct yellow gold. Replica of a lost ring.
Photo 2: 18ct yellow gold with opal and bloodstone (father and child birth stones)
Photo 3: 9ct red gold with onyx and opal
Photo 4: 14ct white gold with moonstone and aquamarine (mother & daughter birth stones)
Photo 5: 18ct white gold with rubies
Photo 6: 18ct yellow gold with diamonds, sapphires and children’s names engraved