Wedding Anniversary Stones

Women's diamond wedding rings

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Find the right wedding anniversary stones used most often on anniversary rings.

1st Anniversary – Gold Jewelry
Alternate: Peridot

2nd Anniversary – Garnet

3rd Anniversary – Pearls
Alternate: Jade

4th Anniversary – Blue Topaz
Alternate: Blue Zircon

5th Anniversary – Sapphire
Alternate: Pink Tourmaline

6th Anniversary – Amethyst
Alternate: Turquoise

7th Anniversary – Onyx
Alternates: Yellow Sapphire, Golden Beryl

8th Anniversary – Tourmaline
Alternate: Tanzanite

9th Anniversary – Lapis Lazuli
Alternates: Amethyst, Green Spinel

10th Anniversary – Diamond Jewelry
Alternate: Blue Sapphire

11th Anniversary – Turquoise
Alternates: Citrine, Yellow Zircon

12th Anniversary – Jade
Alternate: Opal

13th Anniversary – Citrine
Alternates: Moonstone, Hawk's Eye

14th Anniversary – Opal
Alternates: Agate, Bloodstone

15th Anniversary – Ruby
Alternates: Rhodolite Garnet, Alexandrite

16th Anniversary – Peridot (evening emerald)
Alternate: Red Spinel

17th Anniversary – Watches
Alternate: Carnelian

18th Anniversary – Cat's Eye or Chrysoberyl
Alternate: Aquamarine

19th Anniversary – Aquamarine
Alternate: Almandine Garnet

20th Anniversary – Emerald
Alternate: Yellow or Golden Diamond

21st Anniversary – Lolite

22nd Anniversary – Spinel

23rd Anniversary – Imperial Topaz

24th Anniversary – Tanzanite

25th Anniversary – Silver Jubilee
Alternates: Tsavorite, Green Garnet

30th Anniversary – Pearl Jubilee

35th Anniversary – Emerald

40th Anniversary – Ruby

45th Anniversary – Sapphire
Alternate: Cat's Eye

50th Anniversary – Golden Jubilee
Alternate: Imperial or Golden Topaz

55th Anniversary – Alexandrite

60th Anniversary – Diamond Jubilee
Alternate: Star Ruby

65th Anniversary – Blue Spinel

70th Anniversary – Sapphire Jubilee
Alternate: Smoky Quartz

75th Anniversary – Diamond Jubilee

80th Anniversary – Ruby Jubilee