>Color – Aquamarine ranges in color from oceanic blue to sky blue to a vibrant teal. Though color is a personal preference but to give you an idea of the cost, the most celebrated color of aquamarine is deep sky blue, the bluer the costlier. So if you are attracted to lighter hues or mixed [...]
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> Wrap each piece of aquamarine jewelry in its own cloth. Ideally, the cloth should be pure cotton, as coarser cloth may scratch the gemstones. Place each piece in its own compartment in your jewelry box, separate from other gemstones, as harder stones will scratch softer ones. Diamonds, corundum (rubies and sapphires), alexandrite and topaz [...]
>Here’s how to take care of your aquamarine jewelry. Pour warm water into a basin and test it for temperature by dipping your hand into it. The water should be a comfortable temperature. Add mild dishwashing liquid to the water. Some sources suggest adding ammonia to make the gemstones sparkle, but ammonia is also found [...]
>The gemstone aquamarine is the blue, or perhaps more correctly, blue-green or aqua variety of the mineral beryl. Aquamarine is the birthstone for March, and it is commonly recognized as the Zodiac stone for the constellation of Scorpio (although it is usually referred to as beryl in this regard). As beryl, aquamarine is mentioned in [...]
>Aquamarine means “water of the sea”. It’s often a transparent light blue or blue green gem, and is a member of the beryl family. The colors can range from a very light almost clear tint of blue to the deeper, brighter blue green. It’s considered a semiprecious gem as opposed to the diamond, emerald, sapphire [...]
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