5 LUCK STONES TO BOOST FORTUNE

St. Patrick’s Day is coming and most of us are excited about this fun event. If you are into the fun of wearing green on this day, lets hop into the exotic world of the green gemstones. Their lush color is stylish today and all year long. They are also believed to bring luck to you as well. Treat yourself with these lucky gemstones on this St. Patrick’s Day.

JADE – THE STONE OF FORTUNE

Bali jade bangle in sterling silver.

The first lucky stone to stand out is jade. Having its roots in the Chinese culture, we love jade for its forest green hue. Green jade signifies growth and life. It is known to bring in good luck, friendship, peace, and harmony to the wearer. In Chinese culture, this gemstone relates to nobility and wealth. Others say it is the protector of a family over generations.

In ancient times, believers said it boosts physical strength, longevity, and vitality. The green gem also signifies virtue and love. It can also infuses calmness and confidence. Thus, jade makes an excellent companion to your St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

EMERALD – THE STONE OF TRUTH

Colombian emerald halo ring set in 18K yellow gold.

Emerald possesses a special place in Irish culture. Also called as the “Emerald Isle,” in Ireland emerald is said to bestow good luck. One of the four precious gemstones, it also symbolizes abundant love. Ancient tales say that emerald will give a glimpse of future if put on the tongue.

King Solomon owned one of four emerald gemstones, given by God. This story says that possessing all four would allow one to have control over the world.

Also known as the stone of wisdom, emerald is said to strengthen a wearer’s luck. Green invites happiness and luck. This lucky gemstone is an exceptional choice to add green to your look on this special day.        

ALEXANDRITE – EMERALD BY DAY AND RUBY BY NIGHT

Alexandrite stud earrings showing bluish green color change.

With its fascinating color changing properties, alexandrite is a collector’s delight! Fine specimens show a bluish-green in the daylight and purplish-red under incandescent light. This lucky stone is believed to encourage you to listen to your feelings. It is also said to strengthen one’s will power and emotional maturity.

Even in the old tales it is said that alexandrite brings good luck, love, and fortune! If you strive for excellence then this is your gemstone. If you are looking to add some fun to your day, alexandrite is your go to gemstone.

PERIDOT – GIFT FROM A VOLCANO

Peridot men's ring in sterling silver and black spinel accents.

We call peridot a money stone for good reason. The gem is said to simplify and focus your thoughts about finances. Practitioners say it powers your mind to make better choices. Peridot is also said to improve well-being, vitality, and will power.

If you want to bring good luck to your financial activities, peridot is the perfect stone to own. It is thought to grow wealth and fortune and help find missing objects. Will it help you find a pot of gold under the rainbow? There’s no telling!  

AVENTURINE – STONE OF PROSPERITY

Carved aventurine pendant showing leopard's head.

A stone of opportunity, aventurine is the stone if you are looking for good luck. A helper in decision making, and one of the most potent gemstones for prosperity, it might transform your life. Aventurine is said to reinforce decisiveness and leadership qualities. A comforter and heart healer, among lucky gemstones it is helpful in calming anger and irritation.

A shimmering effect makes aventurine an excellent party gem. Its green hues are impeccable for matching the festive vibe of St. Patrick’s Day. It’s a comforting and a harmonizing gemstone. It pacifies the soul.

Get your luck shine with these green lucky gemstones. Choose from bracelets and rings, or earrings and pendants! They will complement your look for this special day.

Which lucky gemstone is your favorite for St. Patrick’s Day?

Disclaimer: Use of any stone or mineral is not a substitute for professional medical care or treatment, and nothing herein constitutes medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  Information provided should not be used to treat any illness, injury, medical condition, or ailment without prior consultation with a qualified health professional.