Aquamarine gemstones is where you will find single faceted stones. Most of
the sellers on our site source their material direct from the source and many
cut their own
Aquamarine gemstones arethe blue variety of the Beryl Family. The Beryl family also
includes the Emerald and Morganite.
Aquamarine gemstones areone of the most well known stones and have been used
in jewelery for centuries.
Aquamarine gemstones is the category where you will find many faceted stones
ready for setting directly into jewelry. Aquamarine gemstones are hard and
durable gemstones that are suitable for use in jewelery that will be worn
When buying Aquamarine gemstones, it is important to find a stone that is
well cut and that has great clarity. Look for Aquamarine gemstones that are
reflecting a maximum amount of light back to the viewer. Watch for black spots
in the color which is where light is leaking out of the stone.
Clarity is a big factor when determining the final price of any Aquamarine
gemstones. Stones should be at least VS so that no inclusions can be seen with
the naked eye. If there are visible inclusions it will detract from the price
The other factor that effects the price of Aquamarine gemstones is the color
of the stone. The most common stones have a medium to light tone and don’t have
any secondary hue such as green or yellow. The most prized Aquamarine gemstones
are a medium to high saturation of blue which sometimes looks like a Sapphire.
This color is called Santa Maria blue or Double blue.
Aquamarine gemstones are mined from Brazil, Madagascar, Russia and Pakistan.
To care and look after your Aquamarine gemstones, we recommend cleaning them regularly in warm soapy water.Aquamarine gemstones are very durable, however we recommend avoiding any ultrasonic cleaners.