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Aquamarine is one of the most popular semi-precious gems, holding slightly more value than other semi-precious colored stones. Aquamarine is distinctive with its pale greenish-blue, sparkling like the ocean. The name aquamarine is a derivative of the Latin words aqua meaning “water,” and marina, which translates to”of the sea.”
Aquamarine is a variety of the mineral family, beryl. This means aquamarine is related to emerald, golden beryl, and morganite! Scoring 7.5-8 on the Mohs hardness scale, makesit a durable and practical stone, perfect for wearing frequently.
Folklore of Aquamarine: More Than Just Beauty
Aquamarine is the Fountain of Youth stone, attracting hope, encouraging a renewal of spirit, new-found confidence, and overall positive energy. It also promotes serenity and tranquility, just like the ocean and the beach. Aquamarine is associated with the throat chakra, helping to aid in communication and opening up pathways to new beginnings or stronger soul ties.
Aquamarine Engagement, Birthstone, or Anniversary Rings
Aquamarine takes center stage on an engagement ring, birthstone ring, or anniversary rings complemented by sparkling diamond side stones, set as a solitaire, placed into cascading clusters, and more. Aquamarine is available in all the common shapes (round, emerald cut, princess/square, fancy cuts, and more!), making it perfect for customization for your special aquamarine ring.
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