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September Birthstone: Sapphire

Sapphire makes a wonderful alternative to diamond. When chosen for a Wedding or Engagement Ring, it can assist in creating a balance of power in a relationship—helping couples communicate in a way that takes responsibility for each individual's own thoughts and actions   Read more > or view our Sapphire Collection




The Vine: Celtic Tree Zodiac for September

September, called Muin by the Celts, is the time of the vine. The vine itself is like a green fuse, rising up from the Mother with intensity. Fast growing, prolific, intimately connected to whatever it touches; each type of vine has a certain energetic perspective. Poison ivy is not the same as a grape vine. Yet they both have in common a certain virility and fertility.   Read more >


The Wedding Ring and the Celtic World

Wedding Rings date back to the time of the Egyptians, perhaps even further back. Originally, they were made of woven plant fiber such as papyrus or certain grasses. These were later replaced by sturdier materials, leather, bone, and eventually iron by the time of the Romans. Though gold rings did exist, they were less commonly used up to this point in history for betrothal and weddings.   Read more >


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