March is finally here, which means Daylight Savings and the First Day of Spring are not far behind. March has one of my favorite birthstones, aquamarine. Aquamarine literally translates to ‘sea water’ in Latin, which perfectly describes its delicate blue color. Though aquamarine birthstone jewelry may be worn to commemorate one’s own birthday or the birthday of a child, it is also the 19th wedding anniversary gemstone. I have selected just a few of my favorite pieces from our aquamarine jewelry collection. Please browse our gemstone jewelry guide to see the full collection.
This aquamarine eternity ring has a shared prong setting. I love this eternity band because it has a 2mm width, making it ideal to be worn next to other rings. The total carat weight of the gemstones is approximately 0.50 cttw.
This aquamarine and diamond station necklace may be 16 or 18 inches long. It features seven alternating diamonds and gemstones. A yellow gold chain will enhance the blue color of the gemstones, but this necklace also may be made with white gold (14 or 18 kt) or platinum.
Our gold disk pendants may feature diamonds or gemstones that are flush set or pave set. I chose to feature the 14 karat white gold pave set necklace today. This necklace may be worn alone or layered with other pendants.
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