What is the meaning of Aquamarine jewellery?
One thing is certain: It make the perfect gift for that special friend who is going on a trip / Journey
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Aquamarine is the traveller’s gemstone as it is associated with luck, happiness and courage. But it is also a gemstone associated with relationships: friendship, faithfulness, love and trust.
It makes the perfect present to pass on your heart-felt feelings of ‘bon voyage’
In the past, Aquamarine was considered sacred to the God of the sea: Indeed, legend says that Aquamarine is the treasure of Mermaids – and the wealth of Atlantis.
But, as alreay mentioned, Aquamarine jewellery is also believed to have a soothing influence on relationships, especially marriage – with a power thought to ensure long and happy marriages: It is the traditional gemstone for the 19th Wedding Anniversary, and lore has it that an Aquamarine is the luckiest charm for a bride, making it the perfect gift for an Engagement or Wedding.
Aquamarine is the birthstone for the month of March and associated with the zodiac sign of Aries. It evokes feelings of trust and harmony.
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From the International Colored Gemstone Association:
From the light blue of the sky to the deep blue of the sea, aquamarines shine over an extraordinarily beautiful range of mainly light blue colours. Aquamarine is a fascinatingly beautiful gemstone. Women the world over love it for its fine blue shades which can complement almost any skin or eye colour, and creative gemstone designers are inspired by it as they are by hardly any other gem, which enables them to create new artistic cuts again and again.
Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship – feelings which are based on mutuality and which prove their worth in lasting relationships. The blue of aquamarine is a divine, eternal colour, because it is the colour of the sky. However, aquamarine blue is also the colour of water with its life-giving force. And aquamarine really does seem to have captured the lucid blue of the oceans. No wonder, when you consider that according to the saga it originated in the treasure chest of fabulous mermaids, and has, since ancient times, been regarded as the sailors’ lucky stone. Its name is derived from the Latin ‘aqua’ (water) and ‘mare’ (sea). It is said that its strengths are developed to their best advantage when it is placed in water which is bathed in sunlight. However, it is surely better still to wear aquamarine, since according to the old traditions this promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
So, aquamarine is the birthstone of the month of March and is associated with faithfulness, courage, friendship and relationships. Aquamarine is also considered to solve throat and stress related problems. It is believed that aquamarine also helps in easing communication problems.
Aquamarine is considered a lucky stone; especially in historical times when sailors carried it to keep them safe while at sea. It brings peace and calmness to its owner, relieving them of stress and enhancing their intuition. Crystal healers use the stone to balance diseased areas of the body.