Brilliance launches the birthstone feature for April: the timeless diamond. It provides interesting facts and figures, as well as information on the diamond’s color, variants, a location map of its mines all over the world, and its most recognizable physical characteristics! http://blog.brilliance.com/2013/diamond-the-birthstone-of-april
The Beauty of Birthstone Jewelry Awesome birthstone chart showing the meaning, history and origin of your birthstone for your birthday month January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December!
Alexandrite: ALEXANDRITE is more rare than diamond. It is one of only a couple color change gemstones! This means it actually changes color in different light! It is found in Russia, Brazil, India, and a few other locations. Alexandrite that is found in different places have different color's and color changes. Originally found in Russia and supposibly named after Alexander the Great, Russian. Alex from Russia changes from from blue/green to purple!
Tiffany & Co. - A Belle Epoque Gold, Platinum, Amethyst and Diamond Pendant-Brooch, Circa 1900. Set in the centre with a fancy rectangular star-cut amethyst, within an openwork frame of foliate design set with old mine and old European-cut diamonds, accented by round amethysts, supporting an amethyst pendant, signed Tiffany, with pendant loop.