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Aquamarine Engagement Rings: Celebrations of Love That Refreshes Your Heart

Aquamarine Engagement Rings: Celebrations of Love That Refreshes Your Heart

With a name that comes from words meaning “water” and “sea,” it’s no surprise that the aquamarine calls to mind the waters of the clearest ocean. This light blue gem’s sparkle resembles sunlight reflecting off of gentle waves, giving it a look that’s both calming and refreshing. Thus, aquamarine Read More

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Red, White and Blue Gemstones for the 4th of July

Red, White and Blue Gemstones for the 4th of July

Happy Independence Day! It’s the time of year to show your true colors and if those colors are red, white and blue, you have more than a few options when it comes to gemstone jewelry. Here’s a sparkling sampling of red, white and blue gemstone options, from garnet to blue topaz. Red Gemstones Garnet: Read More

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March Birthstone: The Aquamarine

March Birthstone: The Aquamarine

The Stone. Aquamarine is the official birthstone of the month of March, not to mention a favorite among jewelry lovers as a whole. Though it is the crowning stone of the third month, ladies born in any month can appreciate the special marine qualities of this unique stone. Aquamarine is a gemstone of Read More

March 1, 2012 | By More
March Birthstone: Aquamarine

March Birthstone: Aquamarine

The birthstone shared by dreamy Pisces and fiery Aries alike, Aquamarine is an irresistible blue gem that exudes a spirited, playful vibe. For jewelry lovers born in the month of March, the light blue Aquamarine birthstone is an incredibly versatile birthstone due to its nearly-neutral hue that goes Read More

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March Birthstone: Aquamarine, “Sea Water”

March Birthstone: Aquamarine, “Sea Water”

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. There Read More

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