If your birthday is in joyous March, then you are blessed with the cool, glacial aquamarine! It is the treasure of the mermaids and the talisman of the sailors. Let’s dive into the sparkling legacy of the sea and learn more about its enchanting beauty!

Aquamarine is distinctive with its color and has the effect of a splash of water. It is a member of the beryl family and highly appealing with the subtlety of its blue color. Brazil is the leading source of aquamarine for over 100 years. But don’t fall for its frozen crystalline look because it emerges from heat and darkness deep under the earth. 

The fresh watery hue of aquamarine with its enjoyable look also has its magical pleochroic characteristics. It can range its color from nearly colorless to dark blue by creating a playful and mischievous performance. In the myths, it symbolizes love, affection, and everlasting youth.

Also, it is a stone ruled by the moon and takes its parts in legends. It was once mentioned, “When blessed and worn, it joins in love, and does great things.” 

The records mentioned aquamarine as an antidote for poisons. It was widely popular in royalty due to poisoning cases. Later on, it earned a reputation as a superior stone for fortune telling when cut as a crystal bowl. You can still relive this experience by preferring a cabochon-cut aquamarine to adorn your jewelry!

Since Medieval times, aquamarine has been a symbol of love. It is the traditional gift for the 19th wedding anniversary. And a little tip, if you are going to get married soon, why not make it your something blue! 

Finally, this amazing gemstone is also available for men and kids with its customizable options. For instance, surreal Pisces will be in love with an aquamarine birthday gift!

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