Blue Aquamarine Cabochons


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Aquamarine, a captivating gemstone belonging to the beryl family, derives its name from the Latin words "aqua" and "marina," reflecting its stunning blue to blue-green hues reminiscent of the ocean.
Comprised of beryllium aluminum silicate, aquamarine's color variations are primarily due to trace amounts of iron within its crystal structure.
This mineral's chemical composition and structural arrangement contribute to its impressive durability, ranking 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale, making it relatively resistant to scratches and suitable for various jewelry applications.

Aquamarine's allure extends beyond its aesthetic appeal; historically, it has been associated with properties like courage, clarity, and tranquility, offering wearers a sense of serenity and communication enhancement.
Major sources include Brazil, Madagascar, and Nigeria, with variations in color intensity and clarity impacting its value in the gemstone market.


1- 37.70*20*8.40mm,
2- 39.40*24*10.30mm,
3- 45*28*6.10mm,
4- 36*31*7.30mm,
5- not available,
6- 25.65*16*6.20mm,
7- 26*17*6.60mm,
8- 27.40*23*9mm

Metapysical properties of Aquamarine.