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Aquamarine

GEMSTONE PASSPORT

MINERAL

Beryl

MOH HARDNESS

7.5 - 8.0

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ORIGIN

Brazil, Madagascar, Mozambique

BIRTHDAY

March

THE TRANQUIL WATER GEM

Dive into the serene beauty of Aquamarine, a gemstone that mirrors the tranquil depths of the ocean. Known for its calming blue tones and exceptional clarity, Aquamarine has captivated hearts for centuries.

ORIGIN & FORMATION

Aquamarine, a member of the beryl family, derives its name from the Latin words "aqua marina," meaning "water of the sea." Mined in various parts of the world, including Brazil and Madagascar, Aquamarine is formed through a combination of beryllium, aluminum, silicon, and oxygen. Its exquisite blue hues are a result of iron traces within the crystal.

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A SYMPHONY OF BLUE SHADES

From the palest sky blues to deeper hues reminiscent of tropical waters, Aquamarine offers a captivating spectrum of blue shades. The most prized specimens display a pure blue to slightly greenish-blue colour, reflecting the clarity and depth of the open sea. At FUJIMORI KAJITA, we meticulously select Aquamarines that radiate with an inner luminosity.

SYMBOLISM & SERENITY

Aquamarine has long been associated with tranquillity and spiritual clarity. Believed to bring peace and protection to those who wear it, this gemstone is a symbol of calm seas and clear skies. Embrace the soothing energy of Aquamarine as you adorn yourself with