Aquamarine, the Birthstone of March

If you were born in March, your birthstone is Aquamarine, the stunning blue-green gemstone. It comes as no surprise that the name means seawater in Latin ("aqua" and "marina," which mean "water" and "sea" respectively), because this gorgeous stone evokes the colors of the sea, from deep green-blue to light blue hues, with the most valuable stones being a rich blue-green color.

In many occasions as clear as water, it symbolizes purity of spirit and soul, and ancient seafarers claimed the gem would calm waves and keep them safe at sea.

This beautiful gemstone is one of the most popular and beloved gemstones in the world. Its unique color, clarity, and sparkle make it a favorite among jewelry enthusiasts and gemstone collectors.

Aquamarine, just like emerald, is a member of the beryl family and can be found in many states of Asia, Africa and South America. The largest aquamarine ever found weighed over 243 pounds and was discovered in Brazil in the 1920s. Today, aquamarine is widely used in jewelry, from rings and necklaces to earrings and bracelets.

It is a relatively hard gemstone, making it durable and suitable for everyday wear. It is also relatively affordable, making it accessible to a wide range of people.

In addition to being the birthstone for March, aquamarine is also the traditional gift for a 19th wedding anniversary. It is believed to have a number of spiritual and healing properties. For centuries, it has been associated with tranquility, serenity, and harmony. It is also believed to promote clear thinking and communication, and to help reduce stress and anxiety.

If you're looking for a beautiful and meaningful gift for someone born in March or celebrating their 19th wedding anniversary, consider giving them a piece of aquamarine jewelry. Not only is it a stunning gemstone, but it also carries with it a rich history and a range of spiritual and healing properties.

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