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A popular and durable gemstone, the stunning aquamarine rings here at Diamond Boutique are often favoured for engagement and eternity styles. Due to the gentle and calming blue of this desired stone, it suits every jewellery collection.
Mined in several locations worldwide, aquamarine is believed to bring health and happiness to the wearer. Named after the colour of seawater, aquamarine is the blue-green member of the beryl family. Shop the full range below and take pleasure in discovering the beauty and clarity of the rings offered to find your perfect aquamarine ring.
Looking to add a personal touch to your aquamarine ring? Many of the unique designs offer free engraving. Contact us today on +44 (0) 203 6959 885 for more information.
Why Choose an Aquamarine Ring
Aquamarine is the birthstone for the month of March, making it yet another great gift idea for people born in that month. The seawater colour of the aquamarine gemstone has given its name as the “aquamarine”, which is a word derived from Latin, meaning seawater. It is a gemstone that embodies the gleaming blue of the oceans through its name and colour. An aquamarine ring can range from a very light hue to a much deeper and vibrant shade of blue. The mesmerising colours of an aquamarine ring have long been a symbol that portrays youthfulness, good health, and hope.
Aquamarine jewellery, such as an aquamarine ring, has grown in popularity over the years, which has made the pricing slightly more competitive than back in the day. Comparably to all the other gemstones, aquamarine gemstones can range in size. Whilst some are relatively small, others can be reasonably bigger and weigh a good few kilograms. This way, an aquamarine ring can be customised to your preferred size and style, so that it stands out and dazzles people whenever it is on your finger or on the finger of the person you are gifting it to.
The gemstone is commonly found in mines, in locations in the likes of Nigeria, Zambia, Pakistan, Mozambique, Madagascar, and Brazil. Brazil was the location where the largest aquamarine was ever found, weighing a remarkable 110 kilograms. It was eventually decided for gemstone to be cut into smaller stones, producing more than 200,000 carats.
There are numerous myths and legends behind the breathtaking gemstone. Firstly, the spiritual meaning of aquamarine is that the gemstone is often on in the same with the sea, which means that the stone’s spiritual meaning is cleansing. It evokes both the beauty and mystery of the ocean.
A Roman legend states that the stone absorbs the atmosphere of young love. It can further stimulate the love of a married couple, hence why an aquamarine ring is suitable for marriage presents and engagements due to its symbolism for love. An aquamarine ring is said to bring many benefits into your everyday life, such as a sense of harmony and joy due to its enlivening colour. Bearers of an aquamarine ring are also believed to be presented with a better and more holistically healing from emotional trauma through cooling tempers and conflict.
An aquamarine ring will also be suitable for your spring and summer outfits as it perfectly goes with the seasons’ theme. Though, with this theory, due to its breezy colour and impression, an aquamarine piece can also be worn on a winters evening, which is why this gemstone in the form of an aquamarine ring is so perfect to have in your jewellery box.
Arguably, the most common cut for the aquamarine ring is the emerald shape, further followed by oval and pear cuts. Aquamarine is 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale, so it is a durable gemstone for jewellery as long as it is treated with care to protect it against scratching and hard knocks. As well as an aquamarine ring, the aquamarine gemstone can be used on various types of jewellery such as earrings, necklaces and pendants – giving you an even wider choice when it comes to gifting it to someone born in March.
The history of the aquamarine gemstone goes as far back as the late 1800s. Over the years, different trends and periods have resulted in the aquamarine ring and gems’ current jewellery designs and styles. Back in 1935, Queen Elizabeth II famously received a sizable aquamarine upon her 1953 coronation. This stone is now the focal point of her aquamarine tiara.
At Diamond Boutique, we understand how vital individuality is. Hence, the choice we give you to find your perfect aquamarine ring is like no other. Our collection of metals for your aquamarine ring has been designed to enhance the beautiful blue gem’s natural colour. By doing so, our most popular metal is the white metal – 18ct White Gold and Platinum 950. We also offer rings in the 18ct Yellow Gold, which helps the shimmering aquamarine ring stand out amongst others.
Discover More About Purchasing an Aquamarine Ring from Diamond Boutique
Diamond Boutique is a small company who specialise in bespoke engagement ring, wedding rings and finding the perfect piece of jewellery for you. We have created our website to give you, the customer, as many options as possible to ensure 100% satisfaction. We use the finest materials, including personally recommended precious stones and diamonds.
All our gemstones and diamonds are ethically sourced and sustainable to enable you to wear our jewellery with a clear conscience. The customer experience is at the heart of everything we do as we realise that buying a special and important piece of jewellery can be a daunting task. From the moment you contact us, you will find our customer service second to none, so get in touch now to start your journey with us.
Looking to add a personal touch to your aquamarine ring ? Many of the unique designs offer free engraving. Contact us today on +44 (0) 203 6959 885 for more information.
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