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May Birthstone Jewellery from
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Here we have narrowed the results to feature only may birthstone jewellery priced from £20 up to £30 so you can easily find what you are looking for...

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Sundari Celtic pendant Iolite MORE INFO...
Sundari Celtic pendant Iolite
Sundari Teardrop earrings Rainbow Moonstone MORE INFO...
Sundari Teardrop earrings Rainbow Moonstone
Sundari Earrings Black Onyx MORE INFO...
Sundari Earrings Black Onyx
Earrings Turquoise MORE INFO...
Earrings Turquoise
Sundari Earrings Turquoise MORE INFO...
Sundari Earrings Turquoise
Sundari Earrings Plain Silver MORE INFO...
Sundari Earrings Plain Silver
Sundari Bracelet Amethyst MORE INFO...
Sundari Bracelet Amethyst
Sundari Teardrop bracelet Garnet MORE INFO...
Sundari Teardrop bracelet Garnet
Sundari Teardrop bracelet Black Onyx MORE INFO...
Sundari Teardrop bracelet Black Onyx
Sundari Bracelet Peridot MORE INFO...
Sundari Bracelet Peridot
Sundari Teardrop bracelet Turquoise MORE INFO...
Sundari Teardrop bracelet Turquoise
Sundari Charm Plain Silver MORE INFO...
Sundari Charm Plain Silver

More about May birthstone jewellery


May is the fifth month of the Gregorian calendar, and thought to be named after the Greek godess Maia. May is a time of celebration in the northern hemisphere, and the first time you can see the emergence of crops and flowers.

Star signs in this month:

  • Taurus
  • Gemini

More about the Apatite gemstone


The name apatite comes from the Greek word for deceive or cheat, which is apatao. Throughout history it has been called the deceitful or cheating stone because it is so easy to confuse it with other types of gemstones. While this is especially true in the cut stones used in jewellery, it is also true when it is in the raw crystal state as it has been mistaken for beryl and tourmaline.

Read about Apatite in our gemstone guide >

More about Apatite from Wikipedia >