Aquamarine is a member of the beryl family. This stone is known for its blue to blue-green color.The name comes from the Latin for “sea water,” and aquamarine folklore is usually tied to sailors and the sea.
Aquamarine is the birthstone of March.
Aquamarine is traditionally related to the 19th wedding anniversary.
History of Aquamarine:
In the Middle Ages, many believed that the simple act of wearing aquamarine was a literal antidote to poisoning. The Romans believed that if you carved a frog into a piece of aquamarine jewelry, it would help to reconcile differences between enemies and make new friends.
Its properties : Healing and Tenderness
For centuries, this timeless gemstone has been a symbol of youth, hope, health and fidelity. Since this gemstone is the color of water and the sky, it is said to embody eternal life. It was long thought that Aquamarine has a soothing influence on married couples, making it a good anniversary gift
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