COLOR : Blue/Green (Varied Shades)






About Aquamarine

  • Aquamarine has been called “Water of the Sea”, because of its color
  • Aquamarine is a member of the beryl family and ranges in color from an almost colorless pale blue to blue-green or teal.
  • Aquamarine stones are beautiful crystals that heighten courage. and aid clear communication with the Divine source of all
  • The more intense the colour of an aquamarine, the more value is put on it.
  • Some aquamarines have a light, greenish shimmer; that too is a typical feature.
  • However, it is a pure, clear blue that continues to epitomize the aquamarine, because it brings out so well the immaculate transparency and magnificent shine of this gemstone.
  • To increase the power of an Aquamarine stone they are sometimes placed in (salt) water.
  • In ancient, Aquamarines have always had a connection with the seas and oceans, because of its blue-green color.
  • Sailors and merchants believed that wearing a piece of Aquamarine would offer them protection and would make their trade more successful.
  • Aquamarine embodies all things connected to the sea, as well as those things relating to Heaven reflected on the surface of the water



  • Aquamarine is the stone of sailors, believing it would be protection for them on water.
  • Folk Story says the aquamarine will protect against gossip. It is also said the aquamarine will pick up spirits. It is an excellent stone to use for meditating.
  • Aquamarine is most powerful as a meditation stone, as it brings a great peace and serenity.
  • These lovely stones help to heighten your courage when you are handling grief, and are powerful to assist self healing.
  • Some people can meditate on an Aquamarine to receive the wisdom to see truth, but this is a very advanced meditation.
  • Boosting love and fidelity in relationships
  • It becomes a mirror, reflecting itself indefinitely.
  • Enhancing knowledge and insight


Healing Properties

  • Aquamarine is often related with the thymus gland. It is very soothing worn as a necklace.
  • Healers use it to help reduce fluid retention. It has been used to calm the nerves.
  • The Romans used the aquamarine for diseases of the stomach, and believed it could cure liver and throat troubles.
  • Aquamarines are mainly used as a soothing stone, to relieve stress. Because of its connection with water it is used to cleanse the body and strengthen the immune system.
  • Aquamarine is a wonderful stone for meditation as it quiets the mind and facilitates obtaining communication from higher planes. Clearing extra thoughts, it invokes a high state of consciousness and spiritual awareness, and encourages dispassionate service to humanity.
  • It promotes motivation and comforts in times of intense physical and emotional release, while supporting one through the process.
  • The best use for most stones is to meditate with them, and it is also excellent way to relax yourself.
  • As you go deeper into the relaxed meditative state keep in mind the qualities that you would like to integrate that this stones energy may accentuate.
  • This applies to using any stone used for meditation. To get maximum benefit from this stones unique vibration. hold one of the Aquamarine stones in your hand.



  • Aquamarine is carved into many cuts. It is a famous stone for rings, earrings, necklaces, and other jewelry forms. Many exceptionally large and flawless Aquamarine gem pieces have been cut. Occasionally, perfect six-sided crystals are worn as necklace pendants.
  • Clear Aquamarine displaying cat’s eye effect and felling are uncommon, but they do exist and are cut and polished into cabochons.
  • Lesser quality Aquamarines lacking good transparency are sometimes used as beads and as rough polished stones in bracelets and necklaces.



  • Aquamarine is a blue-green stone that comes from Colombia and Brazil
  • This beautiful blue gemstone comes mostly from Brazil, but it may also be found in parts of Africa, Russia and Madagascar.


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