" data-effect=fade data-slices=15 data-boxcols=8 data-boxrows=4 data-animspeed=500 data-pausetime=3000 data-directionnav=false data-controlnav=false data-controlnavthumbs=false data-pauseonhover=true data-prevtext="" data-nexttext="" data-mobilebreakpoint=767>
Aquamarine is a gemstone that took its colour from the sea; it’s mostly blue or very slight greenish blue and symbolizes purity of spirit and soul. Aquamarine gemstones are mostly known for their clarity, pure colour, size and well-formed shapes in different types of jewellery.
Aquamarine has been used in jewellery since about 500 BC and has always been associated with the sea. Most sailors and travelers of the sea used to wear Aquamarine as they believed to protect them from sea sickness and shipwreck.
This ocean blue gemstone can be found in most continents but the most important source of aquamarine is Brazil. Aquamarine is a durable gemstone which can be cut into many shapes and sizes and it’s the birthstone of March.