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Aquamarine Gemstones

This variety of beryl, known for its stunning color of either turquoise or bluish-green, is found in many countries such as Brazil and Russia. Placed within the same category as Emerald, Morganite, and Heliodor, the Aquamarine gemstone's intense color and clarity makes it a favorite amongst both wearers and designers.
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Aquamarine

Product ID: 3903
Carat Weight: 2.69
Color: Blue
$535.00
$401.25

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Aquamarine

Product ID: 3905
Carat Weight: 1.26
Color: Deep Intense Blue
$630.00
$472.50

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Aquamarine

Product ID: 3607
Carat Weight: 2.11
Color: Deep Intense Blue
$630.00
$504.00

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Aquamarine

Product ID: 4388
Carat Weight: 2.15
Color: Deep Intense Blue
$750.00

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Aquamarine

Product ID: 2372
Carat Weight: 2.92
Color: Deep Intense Blue
$875.00
$700.00

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Aquamarine

Product ID: 3854
Carat Weight: 3.54
Color: Deep Blue
$970.00
$795.40

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Aquamarine

Product ID: 4350
Carat Weight: 5.65
Color: Deep Blue
$985.00
$847.10

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Aquamarine

Product ID: 2951
Carat Weight: 5.98
Color: Deep Blue
$1,045.00
$898.70

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The gemstone aquamarine, named after the Latin word for seawater, is a very popular and well known stone. It is the birthstone for the month of March and is a part of the beryl family, which also includes emeralds. This type of gemstone is well known for its variety of bright blue, and blue- green sea like tones and shades. Throughout history this stone has been referred to as the lucky stone of sailors. Because of the stone,s transparent and clear qualities, they have the ability to produce a type of cat eye effect that creates a unique shine and displays the stones luster. This stone is used in all types of jewelry. The most favored cuts are the brilliant cut or the emerald cut when used in rectangular or long shapes.

The aquamarine stone has a good amount of shine to it, which can be partially attributed to the transparent aspects of the stone. This stone also has a good hardness, as it is rated at a 7.8 on the Mohs scale. The benefit of this strength of hardness is that it acts as protection for the stone from many kinds of scratches and other abrasions. In addition to the stone's hardness, it has a refractive index between 1.56 and 1.59. The refractive index is used in the identification of the gem.

Aquamarine is most commonly mined throughout the country of Brazil which is the stones leading producer and distributor. In addition to Brazil, there are aquamarine mines to be found in Australia, India, Madagascar, Kenya, China, Mozambique, Burma, Nigeria, Namibia, Zambia, Pakistan, Zimbabwe as well as certain locations across the United States. This stone is considered to be very available and does not have a high rarity, which is part of the reason behind the popularity amongst jewelers.

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