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Celtic September Birthstone Jewellery


Welcome to our september celtic birthstone jewellery page!

Here we have narrowed down september'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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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
Sundari Charm Plain Silver MORE INFO...
Sundari Charm Plain Silver

More about September birthstone jewellery


September is the ninth month in the Gregorian calendar and the name derives from the Roman word 'septem', which means seven because in the old Roman calendar it was the seventh month until 153BC.

Star signs in this month:

  • Virgo
  • Libra

More about the Iolite gemstone


The name derives from the Greek word 'ios', which means violet. A gemstone that comes in various shades of blue. It is sometimes known as 'water sapphire'. Because of its pleochroismic qualities (the property in some gems of transmitting relatively strong colours when viewed along different axes) it makes it difficult to cut (even if it does make it easy for navigation!)

Read about Iolite in our gemstone guide >

More about Iolite from Wikipedia >


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 >