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October Birthstone: Opal

...Amid the lightning strikes, with black clouds riding the mountains and plains like emboldened dragons, the sunlight broke through the darkness. A rainbow appeared. The storm god grew angry and jealous of the rainbow's power. In a moment, he petrified it. Pieces of rainbow fell to the earth, becoming opals.     Read more > or view our Opal Collection




Ivy: Celtic Tree Zodiac for October

The Celts considered this the time of the Ivy Moon. Each night, as the air cools, she rises up — growing round as a mother’s pregnant belly. Even as we go about our waking and sleeping, she travels through the endless space, pulling at the ocean waters to make the tides, shadowing the conifers, and gliding through fields of grain and corn with her yellow skirt.     Read more >


The Wedding Ring and the Celtic World

In the Celtic world, wedding rings were made popular through the influence of the Romans and Christianity. In Celtic culture, marriage was treated like a contract between equals. Each contributed an equal amount of wealth to the marriage — and if one survived the other, they would inherit all.    Read more >


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