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About aquamarine bracelets

March's birthstone, aquamarine, is a aqua blue colored, tranquil and calming gemstone. Its stunning sea green color is thought to keep you calm, at peace, and in control, regardless of the situation. The Latin words "aqua" and "marina," which mean "water" and "sea," respectively, are the origin of the gemstone aquamarine. Due to its connection to love and romance, aquamarine makes an excellent gemstone for jewelry.

An aquamarine bracelet won't only look exquisite but will also be mesmerizing with its soothing aura. It comes in different styles and designs to suit your personal style statement. Aquamarine bracelets can be a gift for March birthday women.

Your Aquamarine Bracelet buying guide:

  • Color

    Aquamarine's color is a crucial aspect of its quality. Green-blue, greenish blue, or pastel blue is the desired color of aquamarine. It should be intense and without zoning.

  • Clarity

    Clarity is also important as aquamarine is a light-colored stone. Most fine gems are eye-clean with excellent transparency.

  • Cut

    Cut is one of the most important factors in a gemstone’s appearance. Aquamarine bracelets are embellished with different types of shapes as the stone is faceted in almost every cut. Well-faceted stone will shine brilliantly.

  • Carat

    Aquamarine is easily available in large sizes. increase in carat weight leads to a 40–60% increase in size.

FAQs about Aquamarine Bracelets

  1. Why should I wear aquamarine jewelry?

    Aquamarine has high historical and spiritual significance. It is believed to be a stone that protects us from evil and helps us overcome fears, especially those related to water.

  2. How durable is aquamarine ?

    Aquamarines are prone to breaking and chipping due to their sensitivity. But it is durable enough to last a lifetime if taken care of.

  3. How do you care for aquamarine jewelry?

    The safest method of all is to clean your aquamarine jewelry with warm water and a soft cloth. Avoid exposure to extreme heat, as that can lead to the fading of color.

  4. Does water harm aquamarine gems?

    Aquamarine is water resistant, but prolonged water contact can be harmful, especially when it has strong chemicals in it.