Romancing the Stone

Similar to flowers, stones and gems have always been synonymously related to romance. Now, although my hubby is not the flower type of person, he is the stone and gem type. I remember fondly the gold bracelet that he gave me for our first anniversary and the pearl necklace he gave me for our third. He always knows how to keep the romance alive in our lives 😉

For your reference guys, here’s a quick guide for Wedding Anniversary Stones (ahem, ahem)


Alternate stones are listed in parentheses.

1 Gold (Peridot)
2 Garnet
3 Pearl (Jade)
4 Blue Topaz (Blue Zircon)
5 Sapphire (Pink Tourmaline)
6 Amethyst (Turquoise)
7 Onyx (Yellow Sapphire, Golden Beryl)
8 Tourmaline (Tanzanite)
9 Lapis Lazuli (Amethyst, Green Spinel)
10 Diamond (Blue Sapphire)
11 Turquoise (Citrine, Yellow Zircon)
12 Jade (Opal)
13 Citrine (Moonstone, Hawk’s Eye)
14 Opal (Agate, Bloodstone)
15 Ruby (Rhodolite Garnet, Alexandrite)
16 Peridot (Red Spinel)
17 Wristwatch (Carnelian)
18 Cat’s Eye / Chrysoberyl (Aquamarine)
19 Aquamarine (Almandine Garnet)
20 Emerald (Yellow or Golden Diamond)
21 Iolite
22 Spinel
23 Imperial Topaz
24 Tanzanite
25 Silver (Tsavorite, Green Garnet)
30 Pearl
35 Emerald
40 Ruby
45 Sapphire (Cat’s Eye)
50 Golden (Imperial / Golden Topaz)
55 Alexandrite
60 Diamond (Star Ruby)
65 Blue Spinel
70 Sapphire (Smoky Quartz)
75 Diamond
80 Ruby

Cheerio…

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