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The name Aquamarine is originally derived from the Latin word aqua marinus, meaning "water of the sea", and refers to its sparkling ocean-like colour. The specific term "Aquamarine" was apparently used in an important gemological work by Anselmus de Boodt in his Gemmarum et Lapidum Historiia” that was published in 1609. This pale blue, transparent crystal is a member of the Beryl family. Its colour, sometimes bluish green is caused by iron oxides within the chemical makeup of the stone.
The Aquamarine's colour is one of its most distinguishable characteristics. Whilst the colour blue is not a rarity in the world of gemstones, the distinct shade of electric to greenish-blue sets this gemstone apart from other popular blue gemstones in the world. The light but not too light blue shade with its subtle hues makes the aquamarine gemstone instantly recognisable on the hand of the wearer. Making matters more interesting is that the aquamarine colour does not come in a single uniform shade. As the blue aquamarine colours come in a variety of tones with varying levels of saturation, adding a dimension of choice.
Aquamarine gemstone is the birthstone for the month of March and as a love crystal, a pale blue Aquamarine stone is believed to encourage a lover to return, helps two people with different lifestyles to live together in harmony, and reduces the effects of sensitive issues that cause quarrels. This gemstone is often given as a love token or eternity ring, and increases commitment and fidelity "as long as the waters of the earth flow." In ancient Medieval times, the Aquamarine gemstone was thought to reawaken the love of married couples and has been priced by nobles in all centuries making Aquamarine rings and other Aquamarine jewellery a fashion trend. The most common cut for an Aquamarine is the emerald type, followed by oval or pear-shaped cuts. It is a relatively easy stone to cut and is often found in innovative shapes, as cutters experiment with new forms. It rates a 7.5 to 8 on the hardness scale, making it quite a durable stone to wear.
With the aid of the latest and most advanced technology together with the phenomenal skills of our very own jewellery artist, Brilliyond has captured the magnificent beauty of this majestic gemstone into your favourite Aquamarine rings in Australia. You can choose from our humble collection of the most unique and top-notch Aquamarine engagement rings in Australia. Each of these grandiose aquamarine rings can be purchased online at the most affordable prices and are available in three metallic finish - rose gold, white gold and yellow gold. If you have something to share or in need of any form of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us at your convenience.