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Aquamarine

Aquamarine is a semi-precious stone of crystalline, soothing beauty, widely appreciated for its light blue colour and timeless charm.

Aquamarine belongs to the beryl family, like emerald, but is distinguished by its blue hue, which varies from light blue to blue-green. Aquamarine's soft, refreshing colour often evokes the clarity of seawater, hence its name, which means "sea water" in Latin.

Native to various parts of the world, including Brazil, Madagascar and Sri Lanka, aquamarine has a long history in jewellery, dating back to antiquity. It was particularly prized in ancient Greece, where it was thought to bring peace and serenity to its wearer.

As well as its visual appeal, aquamarine is also associated with positive metaphysical properties. It is said to promote mental clarity, harmonious communication and emotional well-being.

In jewellery, aquamarine is often used to create classic, elegant pieces such as rings, necklaces and earrings. It is also commonly used in engagement rings because of its timeless beauty.

In short, aquamarine is a semi-precious stone that combines subtle beauty with positive symbolic properties. Its soothing colour and timeless charm make it a popular choice for jewellery and collectables, while evoking the clarity of seawater that continues to fascinate gem lovers the world over.

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