|Appearance||Aquamarines have a clear to opaque crystal formation, often faceted or tumbled.|
|Source||Mainly in United States, Mexico, Pakistan, Ireland, Brazil, India, Zimbabwe, Afghanistan, Russia and Mozambique.|
|Esoteric Attributes||Aquamarines are the stone of courage. It has calming energies and has the ability to reduce stress and quieten the mind.
In ancient times it was trusted to counter act dark forces and acquire favour from spirits of light. It was carried by sailors as a good luck charm against drowning.
|Healing Properties||Aquamarines are beneficial for sore throats, swollen glands, and calms any thyroid problems.
Aquamarines increases the bodies purification organs and supports the eyes, jaw and teeth as well as the stomach.
Aquamarines are able to help calm the immune system and autoimmune diseases such as hay fever.
Aquamarines have a calming energy which help to reduce stress and quiet the mind. It can raise tolerance of others and overpowers judgmentalism, giving support to those overcome by responsibility. Clarifies awareness, sharpens intellect and dissipates confusion.
|Placement Position||Put aquamarine near the northern end of your bedroom, study, or whatever area you use the most for prayer, repose, and calm reflection in your home, and you can expect a world of benefits in keeping with aquamarine meaning.|
|History of Aquamarine||Roman fishermen referred to the aquamarine gemstone as the “water of the sea” and used it as security for safe travel by boat, and for good fortune when catching fish.|
|Most Famous Aquamarine||The most famous Aquamarine is the Dom Pedro aquamarine.
The Dom Pedro Gem measures approximately 36 cm long by 10 cm wide and weighs 10,363 cts.
The originally stone was extracted from a mine in Brazil in the 1980’s, and from it the world’s largest aquamarine gem was cut. The original crystal weighing 45kgs and measuring just short of a metre in length.
|Famous Aquamarine Jewellery||Queen Elizabeth’s aquamarine tiara is one of the most famous aquamarine pieces of jewellery, which features several Brazilian aquamarines.
In the late 1950’s, she commissioned Garrad Jewellers to make the tiara to match her aquamarine necklace and earrings.
In the early 1970’s the tiara received an upgrade thanks to the Governor of Sao Paulo, who generously gifted the Queen aquamarines.
3.59ct Natural Certified Aquamarine – Pear
- ZAR: ZAR10,962.27
- EUR: € 625.45
- GBP: £527.70
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