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Celtic June Birthstone Jewellery


Welcome to our june celtic birthstone jewellery page!

Here we have narrowed down june's birthstone jewellery to just the ranges in the celtic collection so take a minute to browse through and find the right piece of jewellery as a gift for a friend, lover or simply as a treat for yourself.

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Earrings Pearl
Earrings Pearl

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Earrings Pearl

More about June birthstone jewellery


June is the sixth month in the Roman and Gregorian calendar, and marks the start of the summer season as well as the world famous Wimbledon tennis tournament. The name June is thought to have come from the Roman goddess Junno, who is the goddess of marriage and as such it is considered to be the best month for a wedding.

Star signs in this month:

  • Gemini
  • Cancer

More about the Pearl gemstone


The pearl is the oldest known gem, and for many centuries it was considered the most valuable. Unlike all gems, the pearl is organic matter derived from a living creature - oysters and mollusks. This gemstone is one of the oldest ones known to man and these days come in a wide variety of sizes, quality and colour. The most valuable ones are those that are rare because they grew randomly in the sea. There are nowadays farms cultivating pearls and generally they are made in freshwater.

The value of a pearl, like most other gemstones, depends largely on how rare it is and of course its qualities as a gem, including lustre, iridescence and overall colour. Generally, the black pearls from Tahiti are considered the most valuable however, there are historical reasons why some pearls may fetch an even higher price.

Read about Pearl in our gemstone guide >

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More about the Celtic collection


Our collection of celtic inspired jewellery has it's roots deeply set in the styles of rennie mackintosh and claddagh. The origins of celtic jewellery can be traced back to the arts and creativity of the people of Ireland and the Scottish highlands and some of their earliest pieces included items such as neck torques and decorative brooches which have adapted throughout history to suit the ever chaging tastes of modern culture, but still remaining true to their illustrious origins.

More about Celtic Jewellery from Wikipedia >