Materials: 24k gold plated 925 sterling silver and aquamarines
Aquamarine has always been associated with calmness and cleansing. In the past, people believed that aquamarine was a magical stone that can heal, calm and soothe the nerves.
In the Middle Ages, aquamarines were commonly used for wedding rings and were believed to symbolize youth, happiness and love.
Facts about aquamarine:
- It’s a birthstone of March
- Aquamarine can be translated from Latin as "sea water."
- Jewelry with aquamarine has been found that date back as far as 500 B.C
- It’s a symbol of faithfulness, courage, and friendship
- It’s a gemstone for the 19th wedding anniversary
- In Germany, thin aquamarine crystals were worn as eyeglasses to correct short-sightedness.
- The world’s largest aquamarine is called the Don Pedro and its weight is 10,363 carats (around 2 kg)