Its name and fame have origin in its colour The Aquamarine derives its name from its colour, which, according to our Latin ancestors, is that of sea water. It is well-known all over the world and steady admirated over times.
"Evaluate cut and colour; the higher the blue saturation, the higher is its value"
Aquamarine, heart cut, 1.81 ct
Richly faceted, the beautiful heart cut of this Aquamarine comes to life with intense sparkles on the profile of the gem. Bright and intense blue,...
Price: € 254,00
Aquamarine, oval cut, 5.26 ct
The rich faceting along the oval profile of this beautiful Aquamarine gives the gem an extraordinary brilliance, which seems to light up at the slightest...
Price: € 499,00
Aquamarine, oval cut, 3.54 ct
Light and clarity for the magnificent crystal of this beautiful three and a half carat Aquamarin3 of Brazilian origin. Good color point, classic oval cut...
Price: € 320,00
Aquamarine, oval cut, 3.16 ct
Among the most loved gems of all time, Acquamarina conquers for its delicate and bright blue and for the clear crystals of the best specimens....
Price: € 315,00
Aquamarine, oval cut, 14.34 ct
Extraordinary brilliance for this Aquamarine of almost 15 carats, with a beautiful richly faceted crystal and classic oval cut. Good color point and purity Eye...
Price: € 1.075,00
Aquamarine, oval cut, 5.38 ct
Richness of sparkles on a naturally bright and brilliant crystal for this fine example of Aquamarine weighing over five carats and the beautiful oval. Perfect...
Price: € 485,00
Aquamarine, oval cut, 2.39 ct
Light and brilliance are the hallmarks of this beautiful Aquamarine with a classic oval cut, harmonious proportions and a good size. Clear and transparent crystal....
Price: € 185,00
Aquamarine, cushion cut, 29.65
Our gemologist never attributes 10 stars because he claims that Mother Nature always has a more beautiful color, a more complete purity, a brighter crystal....
Price: € 4.995,00
Aquamarine, drop cut, 4.14 ct
Dimensions and proportions designed to give life to a magnificent pendant, for this beautiful Aquamarine of over four carats. Crystal bright and full of sparkles,...
Price: € 375,00
Aquamarine, oval cut, 4.00 ct
A naturally bright crystal from a rich faceting gives this beautiful Aquamarine an extraordinary brilliance. Good color point and nice oval cut with classic proportions...
Price: € 368,00
Aquamarine, oval cut 3.12 ct
A beautiful oval with harmonious proportions and a rich facet goes well with a good color point and with a crystal clear and naturally bright,...
Price: € 419,00
Aquamarine, cushion cut, 7.55 ct
The extraordinary clarity, the remarkable weight, elegantly enhanced by the nice cushion cut, make this Aquamarine a very interesting gemstone. The many facets enhance the...
Price: € 698,00
Pair of aquamarine, octagonal cut, 14.14 ct tot.
Pair of aquamarines with important weight in carats, cold color and good brightness thanks to the good octagonal step cut. Suitable for a couple of...
Price: € 849,00
Aquamarine, octagonal cut, 18.25 ct
Remarkable carat weight for this nice Brazilian aquamarine. The size of this gemstone combined with the beautiful octagonal cut make it ideal for cocktail rings or...
Price: € 1.465,00
Aquamarine, octagonal cut, 26.57 ct
More than two centimeters in length make this Aquamarine a respectable gemstone, surely destined to a jewel of great impact, from an original cocktail ring...
Price: € 2.395,00
The name Aquamarine refers to blue colour beryl variety, that due its colour to iron traces in place of chromium which emerald dues its colour to.
Aquamarines and sapphires are the most valuable blue gemstones. Rarely the aquamarine reaches an intense colour, generally it shows a more or less intense shade of turquoise.Aquamarine can be found in noticeable carat weight crystals and generally almost without inclusions, although a small inclusion is often a guarantee of its natural origin to the gemmologist, as synthetic aquamarines recently produced in Russia present beautiful clear crystals without inclusions.
The natural aquamarine on the other hand is not subjected to special treatments apart from heat treatment in order to eliminate the secondary green hue, which raw material often presents.
Most aquamarine mining takes place in Brazil where crystals of noticeable carat weight has been found.
The aquamarine is often confused with the blue topaz but its rarity is not comparable; an excellent aquamarine with a strong colour saturation is rarer in each carat weight.
The main mine of aquamarines is Santa Maria de Itabira, in Brazil, where the most precious examples, intense and deep light blue, come from. For this, the gems with this hue are called “Santa Maria” and are distinguished by the “Espírito Santo ” aquamarines, from Brazilian state Espírito Santo, with less deep and lighter – but extremely captivating- blue colour. Finally, another splendid hue was named after a beautiful Brazilian queen in 1954 and it is “Martha Rocha”.
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