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Aquamarine is a mineral of the beryl family, just like emerald and morganite.

Where does the name “Aigue Marine” come from?

The name aquamarine comes from the Latin "aqua marina" which literally means "sea water", or "sea water", in reference to the color of the stone.

What is the color of Aquamarine?

As its name suggests, aquamarine has a color reminiscent of that of the sea and thus varies from pale blue to dark blue with sometimes shades of green.

The most popular color is a deep blue and it is possible to obtain this shade of blue for paler stones by heating them. This heat treatment must however be specified when the stone is sold and on its gemological certificate.

What is the symbolism of Aquamarine?

The color of aquamarines reminiscent of the sea, they have long been used in the talismans of sailors to guarantee them a safe journey.

Today, the stone is a symbol of youth, innocence and patience in enduring suffering. It corresponds to the births of the month of March, but also, to the 23 years of marriage.

Where does it come from?

The most important aquamarine mines are in Brazil.

How do I care for my jewel set with an Aquamarine?

Aquamarine is fragile and sensitive to shocks. Steam cleaning is possible or simply with a cloth soaked in alcohol at 70°C. We advise against ultrasonic cleaning the use of chemicals, such as detergent, as these could alter the shine of the stone.


Agate belongs to the quartz family, and more specifically, to that of microcrystalline quartz whose crystals are not visible to the naked eye...


Aquamarine is a mineral from the beryl family, just like emerald and morganite.


Amethyst, like citrine, belongs to the quartz family, and more specifically, to that of macrocrystalline quartz, that is to say that its crystals are visible to the naked eye.


Chalcedony belongs to the quartz family.


Citrine, like amethyst, belongs to the quartz family, and more specifically, to that of macrocrystalline quartz; that is, its crystals are visible to the naked eye.


Labradorite is a mineral from the feldspar family like moonstone.


Garnet designates a family of gemstones which includes several types of stones of identical crystalline structure and the best known of which are those of red color, namely pyropes, almandines and rhodolites.


By “opal”, we mean three different types of stones which have considerably different physical properties: iridescent precious opals also called noble opals which are the best known, vermilion red fire opals and common opals.


Peridot is a variety of gem also known as chrysolite or olivine.


Moonstone belongs to the feldsparth family, just like labradorite.


Quartz is a family of minerals with the same chemical composition and similar physical properties.


Spinel refers to a group of similar minerals, few of which are gem quality.


Topaz is a mineral gem that has a very wide color palette.


The word tourmaline designates a mineralogical family which groups together a series of isomorphic crystals (of the same shape).


Tsavorite belongs to the garnet family and more particularly to that of grossularis, a variety of garnet which includes gems of yellow, green or brown color.

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