Aquamarine, March’s birthstone, is a beautiful gem that’s perfect in just about any setting. Its name is derived from “aqua,” meaning water, and “marine,” meaning sea, and it’s a perfection description of this vibrant stone that’s reminiscent of the ocean. Legend even says that aquamarine can be found in a mermaid’s treasure chest and is capable of keeping sailors safe at sea.
Perfect for celebrating March birthdays and new mothers
March’s zodiac sign is Pisces, represented by a fish, so aquamarine is the ideal stone for people with March birthdays. In addition, it’s often traditionally given to new mothers. Stop by American Super Pawn to see what we have for that special person in your life who was born in March or who’s a new mom.
This gem has been around since before the Roman Empire, and it’s symbolic of safety and security. Myth even says it can rekindle love in a marriage!
The aquamarine birthstone is a member of the beryl family of gems, which makes it closely related to the emerald. Aquamarines are mined in countries such as Brazil, Pakistan, and the U.S.
Durable, yet beautiful
Rough aquamarines are easy to cut, so they’re able to be fashioned into creative cuts and shapes. Aquamarine stones are ideal in rings, bracelets, pins, necklaces, and more. They’re known for being durable and resistant to scratches, so they’re not only beautiful but also durable.
Aquamarines range in color from an elegant icy blue to an intense blue to a light bluish-green. Generally, intense blue stones are more expensive than lighter ones. They’re known for having very few imperfections, which is rare among gems.
These beautiful gems will go well with almost any skin tone and in virtually any setting. Stop by America's Super Pawn to see what aquamarines we have to offer or if you have one you’d like to sell or pawn.