It’s a well-known truth that jewels and diamonds are a girl’s best friend. One truly can’t go wrong gifting jewels for a special occasion such as a birthday or anniversary. Ornaments are also an excellent way to dress up an outfit and help boost one’s self-confidence.
Jewels are sparkly and attractive and fun to wear all year-round. Anyone would be lucky to receive a brand new jewel to show off to friends and family. It’s all about celebrating the makers, the jewelers, and the actual pieces that have and will continue to delight customers regularly. The day encourages people not only to wear and enjoy their jewels but to take a moment to appreciate the artisans who work hard and diligently to create these beautiful gems.
Learn about Jewel Day
Jewel Day is the perfect opportunity to pull out old pieces or to purchase new ones to give to someone else. It’s not just about the beauty of the jewels but also the creative makers who produce these striking items. The purpose of the day is to come together to commemorate these unique pieces that are shiny, blingy, and sparkly and can help enhance one’s outfit and style any day of the week.
One of the hardest substances known to man is a diamond. The word diamond comes from the Greek word invincible, which is very fitting. Jewel Day is an excellent way to highlight makers and designers who work hard to please their customers. It’s essential to admire their talent and ability to come up with custom solutions and options for each person who shops with them.
Most jewelers offer a wide variety of gemstones and can please even the pickiest of customers. These artisans are talented and crafty and deserve some recognition when it comes to all their creativity and abilities. Not only do artisans make jewelry and work with clients to design pieces made for them, but they also know how to repair and clean jewels so that they look brand new again.
History of Jewel Day
The word jewel originates from the Medieval Latin word jocale, which means plaything or pastime. One can define a jewel as a gemstone, or precious or semi-precious and natural or man-made. Also, for ornaments made from these gemstones. People have been wearing jewels for centuries, and many view them as a way to reflect one’s status in society. Ornaments of all shapes and sizes have been, and today people wear them for both functional and decorative purposes. While the origins of Jewel Day are unknown, many people acknowledge and celebrate this special day annually. One historical fact that should be touched on is that one can purchase birthstones by month and personalize a gift based on this idea. See the information below for more details.
Birthstones by Month
- January – Garnet
- February – Amethyst
- March – Aquamarine
- April – Diamond
- May – Emerald
- June – Pearl
- July – Ruby
- August – Peridot
- September – Sapphire
- October – Opal
- November – Yellow Topaz, Citrine
- December – Tanzanite, Zircon, Blue Topaz
How to Celebrate Jewel Day
There are many ways for how a person can celebrate and participate in Jewel Day. It’s a chance for anyone who’s been eyeing up a piece of jewelry to indulge and treat oneself to a special gift.
On the other hand, a shopper may want to purchase a jewel or gemstone for someone they care about deeply. A person may want to save up his or her money over the year so that when this day rolls around, he or she can make a purchase and call the pieces their own or gift it to someone special. It’s also fun to exchange handmade jewelry with friends and family members or use the day as a chance to polish and take care of one’s personal jewels. Get together and observe each other’s jewels and share about why each piece is important to the person and reasons why that’s the case. Pull out all the favorites and wear them on Jewel Day.
One should take advantage of the day as a way to celebrate and take pride in the jewels that a person has collected over the years. Someone looking to celebrate Jewel Day should plan ahead and schedule a dinner or outing with family or friends to show off some of the most precious jewels one can find in their home that they own. Those celebrating the day may want to take pictures and post these images with a hashtag on social media to help spread the word.
Another way to celebrate jewel day is to take the time to learn more about jewels from a range of historical time periods and about what different cultures are wearing and making. Sign up for a jewelry-making class to get a better feel of what it’s like to be a creator and inventor of jewels. It’s a chance to expand one’s knowledge and education around the topic and better understand the importance and significance of jewels. It’ll help to make one appreciate these items even more and may give a person ideas about what jewelry they may want to own next.
Many people look forward to celebrating Jewel Day, and it’s no wonder why given how much fun and how enjoyable it is to appreciate and shop for diamonds and gemstones. Anyone will take pleasure in the act of going through one’s jewels and remembering who they’re from and reasons why they’re so special and meaningful.
No one should let this day pass by without acknowledging the beauties one has in their jewelry drawer or case or going out and buying a new jewel to gift to someone they care about in their life. Presenting someone with new jewels is an excellent way to make their day and bring a smile to their face. It’s never too early to begin scoping out what’s popular and selling in the stores and online and going through one’s inventory at home to figure out what to buy when Jewel Day arrives.