Aquamarine

The very name aquamarine brings to mind the clear blue tint of the sea. Legend says that Neptune, the King of the Sea, gave aquamarine as gifts to the mermaids, and from then on, it has brought love to all who have owned it. Aquamarine was long thought to have a soothing influence on married couples, making it a good anniversary gift.

Aquamarines are found in a range of blue shades, from the palest pastel to greenish-blue to a deep blue. While the choice of color is largely a matter of taste, the deeper blue gemstones are more rare. This elegant colored gemstone is the birthstone of March and is the symbol of youth, hope, health and fidelity.

Aquamarines are mined in a number of places around the world, including Nigeria, Madagascar, Zambia, Pakistan and Mozambique, but most of the gemstones available today come from Brazil.

Here is a photo of hematite necklace with natural aquamarine:

 

Here is a photo of a silver ring with created aquamarine, green enamel and white CZ:

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