About Gemstone - Aquamarine


Have you ever laid eyes on a gemstone that instantly transports you to the serene depths of the ocean? If not, let us introduce you to the captivating Aquamarine gemstone. With its mesmerizing blue hue reminiscent of the crystal-clear waters, this gemstone is a true marvel of nature. In this blog post, we will dive into the world of Aquamarine and explore its fascinating characteristics, history, and symbolism.

What makes Aquamarine so special?

Aquamarine, derived from the Latin words "aqua marina" meaning "water of the sea," is a member of the beryl family. Its tranquil blue color ranges from pale sky blue to deep ocean blue, evoking a sense of calmness and tranquility. The gemstone's clarity and transparency further enhance its allure, making it a popular choice for jewelry.

Aquamarine's mineral class is Beryl, just like Emerald, Morganite, with chemical formula is Be3Al2Si6O18 + Fe (beryllium aluminum cyclosilicate + Fe ion), and 7,5-8 MOH scale hardness. Aquamarine's tenacity is rated as brittle - which means that the gem can be easily chipped upon impact, so just make sure you don't punch anything when you wear your aquamarine ring.

Ancient legends and modern symbolism

Throughout history, Aquamarine has been associated with various legends and beliefs. In ancient times, it was believed to be the treasure of mermaids, bringing good luck and protection to sailors. Today, it is considered a symbol of everlasting youth, hope, and happiness. 

Where can you find Aquamarine?

Aquamarine gemstones are found in several locations around the world, including Brazil, Nigeria, Madagascar, and Pakistan. Most aquamarine comes from Brazil, but one of the most popular aquamarine called maxixe, which is deep blue color Aquamarine that commonly found in Madagascar.

How to care for your Aquamarine jewelry?

While Aquamarine is a relatively durable gemstone, proper care is essential to maintain its beauty. Avoid exposing your Aquamarine jewelry to harsh chemicals or extreme temperatures. To clean your gemstone, simply use warm soapy water and a soft brush. Regular cleaning will help preserve its brilliance and shine for years to come.

Notes if you buying Aquamarine

Make sure you buy from a trusted seller. Many naughty seller sell light blue topaz or blue zircon as Aquamarine. Although Light Blue Topaz or blue Zircon is also pretty and can be pretty expensive, generally, it's cheaper than Aquamarine.

Embrace the allure of Aquamarine

Whether you are drawn to its captivating beauty, its rich symbolism, or its calming energy, Aquamarine is a gemstone that truly captivates the heart and soul. From stunning necklaces to elegant rings, incorporating Aquamarine into your jewelry collection is a wonderful way to embrace its enchanting allure and carry a piece of the ocean's tranquility with you wherever you go.

So, why wait? Dive into the world of Aquamarine and let its ethereal beauty inspire and uplift you. Discover the magic of this extraordinary gemstone and embark on a journey of elegance, serenity, and timeless style.


Our Collection with aquamarine: March Birthstone, Sierra

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