Everyone has their favorite colored gemstones and aquamarine is one of ours. This icy blue stone is a perfect contrast to the warm tones of summer. Aquamarine is a type of beryl, which is naturally a colorless stone. Iron and other mineral elements in the earth serve to give the aquamarine its distinctive Read More
We love this gemstone for its captivating color and versatility, but aquamarine also has great Biblical, historical and mythical significance.
Aquamarine comes from the gemstone family of beryl. Beryl is a naturally colorless stone but minerals and impurities that have mixed with the stone during Read More
The Aquamarine is one of the most treasured stones today for its hardness and resistance to elements. It is also considered the 'poor man's diamond'--while it is a hard mineral, it is abundantly mined since the 19th century in Brazil & Africa, and therefore, more affordable than diamonds.
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