Since the Middle Ages, zircon has been believed to aid in spiritual growth and the promotion of wisdom. He who wears zircon, it is said, will find beauty and peace.



Believed to attract money, success and love, turquoise is a stone of friendship in many cultures. Native Americans associated the colors of the turquoise stone with the blue sky and the green earth. It is still seen by many today as being symbolic of mankind’s source in nature.



Tourmaline is said to strengthen both body and spirit. It is believed to attract inspiration, aid concentration, encourage balance and promote understanding. It is also thought to calm nerves, sooth grief, promote balance and build self-confidence.



Thought to calm a bad temper and give strength. Topaz is said to improve mental clarity and focus, and increase confidence. It is also recommended for mood swings, insomnia, worries, fears, depression and exhaustion.


Tiger’s Eye

Said to help convert anxiety and fear into practical logic and action. Believed to promote balance and strength in difficult times, and to relieves doubt.



A recently discovered gemstone, but said to be traditional with the Masai tribe, who give tanzanite to their newborn children as a bearer of good fortune.



Since spinel was confused with ruby for centuries, it has not acquired the richness of meaning associated with other important gems. But it is said that spinel aids one in relaxation and releasing worry. Since spinel is one of the very few singly refractive gems, it has a purity of color that may be the basis for its symbolic meaning.


Smoky Quartz

Believed to be nature’s stone of endurance, fostering serenity, calmness, and positive thoughts.



Long associated with peace and happiness, and believed to help with communication, insight, intuition, inspiration, and prayer. The ancients believe that sapphires would help them in predicting the future.


Rutile Quartz

Said to intensify the power of quartz crystal. Rutile quartz is thought to assist one in getting to the root of a problem.