Multi-Facet Aquamarine Ring Gold & Silver Limited Edition 1
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Multi-Facet Aquamarine Ring.
Aquamarine is associated with water and embodies the sea representing exhilaration and calm. The reflective quality of this stone are connected to the how the sky is reflected on the sea surface. The reflective properties are related to the ability to find hidden meanings and truths.
The name aquamarine is derived from the Latin words: aqua, meaning “water,” and marina, meaning “of the sea.”
March's gemstone is Aquamarine. It is the birthstone for Pisces and is the official gemstone for the 19th wedding anniversary. The aquamarine derives from the mineral beryl, like emeralds. Its colour varies from pale blue or turquoise to deep blue, depending on the amount of iron present in the crystal.
This beautiful pale blue green aquamarine stone is said by ancient lore to be the treasure of the mermaids. According to legend it was a lucky stone for sailors, mermaids would protect those who carried the stone on their travels by sea.
Courage, serenity, inner strength, inspiration, intuition and communication.
Photograph of actual item. Available now for next day UK delivery 1-2 working days.
Gemstone: Aquamarine (Lab)
Metal: 9k Gold & 925 Sterling Silver.
Ring Band: Fixed
This ring has been made in a size: M. If you require a different ring size, the cost is £20 and will take approximately 1-2 weeks.
If you have any questions please get in touch.
Designed and handmade in London.
Gemstone: 8 x 8 mm (0.31 x 0.31")
Ring Band - Size M UK (6 1/2 US) As pictured.
Ring Band - Other FIXED Sizes F-Z UK (3-13 US) Cost £20.
For more information see our: Ring Size Guide
To measure an existing ring download our: Ring Size Measurer(PDF File 93 KB)
If there are any other sizes that you require please get in touch. We'd be happy to assist.
Available in the following metals: 9k Gold & 925 Sterling Silver.
Gemstone (8 x 8 mm)
- Gold & Silver £130 Ring Size M (As pictured)
- Gold & Silver £150 Other Ring Sizes
For more information see our: Metal Guide