June - Pearl, Moonstone, or Alexandrite


Asli Classic Chain Pearl Bracelet


14K Yellow Gold Pearl Ring with Bujukan Beaded Halo

Pearl Link Bracelet

Pearl Link Bracelet

Pearl Station Necklace

Pearl Station Necklace



14kt yellow gold 3-Stone pearl & ruby accented fashion ring

14K Yellow Gold 3-Stone Pearl & Ruby Fashion Ring


14K Yellow Gold Baroque Pearl Bracelet


Mikimoto 7.5mm-8mm Pearl Stud Earrings


Mikimoto 7mm-7.5mm Pearl Stud Earrings


Mikimoto18″ 18kt White Gold 7mm x 7.5mm Pearl Necklace


18kt White Gold 6mm-6.5mm Pearl Stud Earrings


18k White Gold Akoya Cultured Pearl 20″ Strand Necklace

18 Inch 14K White Gold Pearl and Diamond Halo Pendant Necklace

14K White Gold Pearl and Diamond Halo Pendant Necklace

14K White Gold Pearl Ring with Diamond Halo

14K White Gold Pearl Ring with Diamond Halo

Brinker's Exclusive

14K White Gold Black Pearl & Diamond Cufflinks


14K Yellow Gold Freshwater Pearl Huggie Hoop Earrings


14K Yellow Gold Bujukan Bead Split Bracelet with Pearl and Diamond Caps


Stainless Steel Mother Of Pearl Diamond Dial Link Date TAG HEUER Watch


18K Yellow Gold Mother Of Pearl Index Dial Aquaracer TAG HEUER Watch


14K Yellow Gold Pearl Flower Pendant Necklace

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June Birthstone FAQs

One reason there are three birthstones for the month of June is because different cultures have assigned different stones to this month. For example, in Tibetan Buddhism, turquoise is considered the traditional birthstone for those born in June. Another reason is that some gemstones, like pearls, can be found in a variety of colors. Therefore, someone born in June could choose from several different pearl birthstones, depending on their personal preference. Finally, some birthstone lists simply include more than one stone for certain months in order to give people more options.

Pearls are found in a variety of places, but most come from saltwater mollusks. These mollusks can be found in oceans all over the world, but the majority of pearls are harvested from the waters around Japan, Australia, and Tahiti. Freshwater pearls also exist, but these are much less common. Most freshwater pearls on the market today are actually cultured pearls, meaning they have been grown in farms rather than being naturally-occurring.

Yes, pearl jewelry is very popular, especially among women. Pearls are often seen as a classic and elegant choice for jewelry, and they can be worn for both casual and formal occasions. Because of their popularity, pearls come in a wide range of prices, from very affordable to quite expensive.

Pearls have a long history of being associated with purity and innocence. In many cultures, they are also seen as symbols of wisdom and wealth. For some people, wearing pearl jewelry is seen as a way to connect with the natural world and the cycle of life.

Alexandrites are considered to be fairly rare, although they are not as rare as some other gemstones. They can be found in a variety of locations, including Brazil, Sri Lanka, and Russia. Alexandrites that are high quality and have a good color change are particularly valuable.

Alexandrites are said to promote courage and strength in those who wear them. They are also associated with good luck and fortune. For many people, Alexandrites serve as reminders to stay positive and hopeful, even in the face of difficulties.

Moonstones are a type of feldspar mineral that is named for its milky, iridescent appearance. Moonstones can be found in a variety of colors, but the most common are white or pale blue. These stones are typically found in countries like Sri Lanka, India, Brazil, and Madagascar.

Moonstones have long been associated with femininity, mystery, and intuition. They are said to promote balance and harmony, as well as to provide protection from negative energy. For some people, moonstones represent new beginnings and fresh starts.