One of our favorite semiprecious gemstones is the lovely aquamarine. Even though the aquamarine does not celebrate its birthday until March, they have become so popular that we just had to write another blog about it! The aquamarine is part of the beryl family and is known for its beautiful sky blue color. The name was first taken from Latin, “ aquamarina” or sea water. Aquamarine lore is one of valor and courage, and has helped to cure anxiety and despair. The Aquamarine is the perfect alternative to a diamond engagement ring, and can be worn during the day or night! Here are some of our favorite aquamarine engagement rings !

Art Deco Aquamarine Engagement Ring

Art Deco engagement rings are beautiful, yet there is something so special when an aquamarine is the center gemstone. Six single cut diamonds surround this dazzling aquamarine ring, which is completed with beautiful filigree engravings in dazzling platinum.

Aquamarine Engagement Ring

A bezel set aquamarine is simply stunning. This gem is flanked by 20 round cut diamond accents, all residing in a recycled platinum setting.

Victorian Aquamarine Ring

The aquamarine is the perfect center gemstone for this lovely, warm and inviting, rose gold engagement ring from the early 1900's.

Aquamarine Ring

This natural, sky blue aquamarine is simply gorgeous. This gemstone resides in an Art Deco ring from the 1930's. One of the finest aquamarines we have ever owned!

Victorian Engagement Ring

Original antique rose cut diamonds surround this one of a kind 2.75 carat sky blue aquamarine, all in an original Victorian engagement ring, circa early 1900's.

Final Thoughts:

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