Aquamarine is the blue variety of beryl, Be3Al2Si6Ol8. It is
the birthstone for March. The color
aquamarine runs from almost colorless through the various shades of
blue to blue/green. The hardness of aquamarine is 7.5 to 8.0 on
the mohs scale. The leading producer of aquamarine
is Brazil while Pakistan as well as some U.S. locations also produce
some fine specimens. To view our loose
aquamarine gemstones, click here.
On this page, we feature some of our finished aquamarine jewelry. Keep in mind that we can mount any of our loose aquamarine in jewelry of your choice.
Finished jewelry can be viewed here.
|ITEM #||MOUNTING||GRAM WT.||GEM SIZE
karat yellow gold pendant -w-
|n/a||6x6mm heart shaped aqua.||1.0 ct.||$119.95
|14 karat white gold ring
|11.7 grams||19x15.5mm oval aqua +(20) 3.0mm
|17.12ct."AAA" aquamarine +
1.71 ct. VS/G/H diamonds
|603R||14 karat yellow gold ring, size #8 1/2||7.2 grams||6x6mm trillion aquamarine + (6) round diamonds||.75 ct. aqua. + .15 ct. diamonds||$238.95|
|605R PIC#2 PIC#3 PIC#4||14 karat white gold ring, size #7||3.05 grams||(1) 7x5mm emerald cut aquamarine + (2) 5x3mm pear aquamarine||1.50 carat "AAA" aquamarines||$289.95|
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