A COLORFUL HISTORY
The original Pride flag was designed in 1978 by Gilbert Baker to express the joy, beauty and power of the LGBTQ+ community. It first flew in San Francisco’s United Nations Plaza for Gay Pride Day on June 25, 1978. Baker assigned special meanings to each of the flag’s colors. Explore them below!
Celebrations may be smaller this year but you can still make sure your love has amazing pride! Show them your love is unstoppable with fierce, colorful gemstone jewelry that they’ll wear for years to come.
Celebrate life, symbolized by red in the Pride flag, with gorgeous red ruby jewelry that your loved one will cherish forever.
Feel the power of healing, symbolized by orange in the Pride flag, with radiant fire opal jewelry that will warm the heart and soul.
Make this year’s pride all about sunlight – symbolized by yellow in the Pride flag – with beautiful citrine jewelry that gleams like the sun.
Help your partner reunite with nature, symbolized by green in the Pride flag, with lovely emerald jewelry that they can show off for years to come.
Bring some serenity – symbolized by blue in the Pride flag – into someone’s life this summer with stunning sapphire jewelry that is sure to wow and calm at the same time.
Rally around spirituality, symbolized by purple in the Pride flag, with shining, regal amethyst jewelry that is sure to make them stand out from the crowd.
THEIR LOVE IS UNSTOPPABLE