The birthstone of March is the aquamarine, which is a light blue gemstone. Aquamarine literally means “sea water” in Latin. This gemstone has a summery blue hue and is a classic choice for all types of jewelry, including engagement rings, push presents, and birthday gifts. We wanted to honor this month’s birthstone by sharing a few of our favorite aquamarine engagement rings.
Pear Aquamarine Pave Diamond Split Shank Halo Engagement Ring
This engagement ring features a prominent 1.50 carat aquamarine pear shape center stone. The ring is designed with a diamond halo and large split shank band. The elongated shape of the pear is universally flattering while the wide split shank adds finger coverage.
Oval Aquamarine Floral Halo Diamond Engagement Ring
Oval shaped gemstones have grown in popularity and this ring showcases why. An oval cut aquamarine is unforgettable when surrounded by a sparkling white diamond halo. We chose a 1 carat oval aquamarine for this ring, which is an ideal size. Our GIA graduate geologists hand select each diamond and center stone for our engagement rings to ensure that they meet our high standards.
Pave Diamond Aquamarine Engagement Ring
Lastly, we wanted to share one of our favorite designs paired with an aquamarine. This modern setting looks absolutely gorgeous with this 1 carat round aquamarine. We choose AAA quality natural aquamarine gemstones for our jewelry as well as natural white G color VS clarity diamonds. Our engagement rings can be purchased in a wide variety of precious metals and finger sizes. Simply use the provided drop-down menus to choose your designed metal type and size.
Shop all of our aquamarine engagement rings to see additional styles.