Aquamarine rings are bright, pure, and refreshing, breathing new life into your jewelry collection. Aquamarine gems range in color from lighter shades to deeper blue colors. Aside from its gorgeous coloring, this sea blue crystal represents tranquility, serenity, clarity, and harmony.
Crystal experts believe aquamarine enables us to access our deep inner wisdom. The stone of the sea is often used to help wearers communicate openly with others.
Aquamarine Birthstone Jewelry
Aquamarine, the birthstone for March, beams with the calming energy of the sea. As the first of the spring birthstones, aquamarine represents transformation and rebirth. This sea blue stone also embodies youthful vitality, purity, loyalty, hope, and truth.
Aquamarine is known for its subtle, pale blue hues that embody the look of light shining into the ocean. Not surprisingly, much of this ethereal stone’s meaning and symbolism come from ancient mariners and seafarers.
Aquamarine is associated with serenity, tranquility, and universal harmony. Aside from adding a pop of color to your jewelry collection, aquamarine rings have deep-rooted symbolism. Many believe aquamarine possesses the healing qualities of the sea. Aquamarine gems and wearing aquamarine jewelry are said to help reduce stress and quiet the mind. Aquamarine has an association with sensitive people. It can invoke tolerance of others and overcome judgmentalism, giving support to those overwhelmed by responsibility.
Ancient Egyptians wore aquamarine stones carved as animals to maintain their life vitality, warding off death and illness. The Romans wore aquamarine amulets to help avoid procrastination and protection. This stone was believed to give the wearer protection against foes in battle.
The Sailor's Stone
Hailed as the mermaid's prized possession, seafarers believed wearing aquamarine protected them from death at sea and curbed the onset of seasickness.
Sailors believed that aquamarine could shield them from strong winds and protect them during big storms while out at sea. So they often wore aquamarine rings or necklaces during voyages to help calm the waves.
Ancient Greeks and Romans relied on aquamarine to protect their mariners. Sailors would bring sea-green crystals on board to ensure safe passage to and from their destinations. Most of the time, the sailors slept with the crystals under their pillows, providing a sound and restful slumber.
The aquamarine stone is mesmerizing with its beautiful range of blues. Reminiscent of sparkling water, aquamarine jewelry is also the traditional gemstone for 19th wedding anniversaries. This March birthstone is thought to bring happiness in marriage.
Whether you were born in March or not, aquamarine is durable enough for everyday wear. Aquamarine rings are subtle and versatile with a soft luster that's easy to fall in love with. From a statement sterling silver Boho Aquamarine Ring to a simple and sleek Aquamarine Stacking Ring, aquamarine works seamlessly with various metals, styles, shapes, and sizes.