If you want blue gemstones, consider blue topaz or aquamarine

Set of gold jewelry with Topaz: ring and earrings in the shape of a horseshoe

  There are many types of blue-colored gemstones. But if you want a stone that reminds you of the ocean breeze or that brings you tranquility, then you should think about aquamarine or blue topaz. Blue topaz and aquamarine are two of the most popular blue gemstones available today, but they have different histories and … Read more

For their March birthday, think about aquamarine jewelry

Image of Heart shaped aquamarine gemstone White gold necklace pendant

When it comes to blue gemstones, aquamarine is in a league of its own. Its soothing shades of bluish-green are like the clear summer seas in Greece by the beach. As a piece of jewelry, it is a glittering fashion accessory that anyone would love to own. If you have a birthday coming up in … Read more

Here is why an aquamarine ring makes a happy marriage

Image of Vintage Aquamarine Ring

Aquamarine gets its name from the Latin word for seawater. Its cool clear bluish-green hues evoke the tangy sea breeze and clear summer seas of Bora Bora. It is soothing to behold, like calm waves. It has a long reputation for bringing good luck and happiness in a marriage. An aquamarine ring is a refreshing … Read more

Aquamarine – A Gemstone Cut and Colored for the Night

The value of Aquamarine gemstones is very much determined by their aesthetics. As with most gemstones the 4C’s of cut, color, carat, and clarity all come into play when pricing this gemstone. What is the best color for Aquamarine gemstones? Color is probably one of the more important determinants of Aquamarine value. The richer and … Read more

Aquamarine – All About The Gemstone Named “Sea Water”

Image of Aquamarine Gemstone

Aquamarine is a gorgeous blue variety of beryl that is of high enough grade to be considered a gem stone. Beryl is a clear mineral that is colored by impurities and makes up a variety of gemstones, including Emeralds and, of course, Aquamarine. In the case of Aquamarine, it is iron ‘impurities’, in ferris and … Read more