Aquamarine Facts:

  • The gemstone receives its name from the Latin words "aqua marina", or "sea water", derived from the stone's ocean-like natural colors
  • Aquamarine is the gemstone of tranquility, purity, and harmony
  • Aquamarine jewelry was very common amongst the upper nobility in ancient Indian and Egyptian societies for it's believed healing properties
  • Aquamarine varies in color from light blue to blueish green
  • Aquamarine is the birthstone of March
  • The majority of aquamarine is mined in Brazil, though there are other deposits in parts of East Africa and the Western United States
  • Aquamarine a durable gemstone and thus does not require any special cleaning techniques


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