This stunning gemstone comes in a pale-blue to light green colour band and is in the beryl family. A refreshing gemstone, aquamarine has a hardness of 7.5-8.0 on the Mohs scale and is commonly found, hence the low price. Typically, aquamarine is cheaper than emerald, yet costs more than blue topaz. If you are looking for a gemstone to wear in the spring months, aquamarine is ideal.
Great Value For Money
Due to the abundance of aquamarine found around the world, prices are reasonable enough for you to be able to afford a top-quality stone, especially when you approach a leading wholesale gemstone dealer that makes premium jewellery. They have access to the loose stone market where you can view uncut aquamarine of the highest quality.
Weight & Colour
These are the two main properties that determine the value of aquamarine, while cut and clarity may also play a part in the valuation. In the event you are looking for natural aquamarine for sale, look no further than the number one custom jeweller in your area, who has access to the best loose, uncut aquamarine. The custom jeweller can help you choose the perfect gemstones, while advising you about cut and setting, creating a 3D image for the client to view.
Aquamarine is the official gemstone for the month of March and in Europe and the US, this is the start of spring and this gemstone generally stands for youthfulness and energy. While spring in Australia is in September, the tradition is still the same as far as birthstones are concerned and a women born in this month would probably have a passion for aquamarine.
Many people believe that the wearer of aquamarine is charged with positive energy and in many cultures, this alluring blue gemstone is a symbol of youthfulness and fortitude. Due to the uncanny likeness to ocean blues and greens, aquamarine is very popular among mariners, believing to possess protective properties for the wearer.
Found In Abundance
Aquamarine is found in the following countries:
- United States
This precious stone is typically found in granite areas and hydrothermal activity is thought to be part of the process of creating aquamarine.
If you have a specific jewellery design in mind and can’t seem to find such a piece, you should consider having the item hand-made by a skilled jewellery maker. The great thing about bespoke jewellery is that you, the customer, get to choose every aspect of the design. If you want a great deal on loose and uncut aquamarine, the custom jeweller has associations with all precious stone markets.
Bespoke Aquamarine Engagement Ring
Some girls simply love aquamarine and there could be no other gemstone for her engagement ring than a special aquamarine. Talk to a custom jeweller about aquamarine engagement rings and he can show you many fine images, plus he can quote for the project once a design is agreed.