Aquamarine Engagement Rings

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Aquamarine, with its enchanting blue hues, has long been cherished for its beauty and symbolic meanings. The name “aquamarine” comes from two Latin words: aqua (water) and marina (of the sea). This aptly describes the gemstone’s ocean-like color and serene appearance. Aquamarine is a variety of beryl, the same mineral family that includes emerald. Its color ranges from greenish-blue to blue, with a light pastel greenish-blue being most common. While aquamarine naturally exhibits a range of colors, heat treatment is often used to enhance its blue hue, reducing any greenish tones. The color tends to be more intense in larger stones, and darker blue aquamarines are especially valuable. Aquamarine is a durable stone suitable for various types of jewelry. However, it should be treated with proper care to avoid scratching and damage from hard knocks. Heat exposure is not recommended as it can affect the stone, but its color remains stable under light exposure. It is often associated with the sea and is believed to bring calmness, clarity, and harmony. With sentimental meanings it is a popular choice for bridal jewelry, representing "something blue", birthday gifts for being the birthstone of Marsh and is also used to celebrate 19th wedding anniversaries. It complements both white gold and yellow gold precious metals beautifully, enhancing the design of rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.


At Diamond Wish, we offer a wide range of Aquamarine gemstones in various sizes, qualities, and settings, allowing you to find the perfect gemstone to symbolize your love and commitment. Explore our collection today and discover the cool and stunning hues of aquamarine engagement rings. From classic solitaire ring settings to halo settings or vintage-inspired designs, we have a wide variety of beautiful aquamarine rings in an array of designs or we offer customizable options to meet your personal preferences.


If you have any questions or need assistance choosing your aquamarine ring, aquamarine stones or beautiful statement ring please contact our product specialists who are happy to help you via phone (855-368-2837) or chat, 7 days a week.


Aquamarine is the birthstone for March.

Aquamarine gemstones are softer than diamonds as the Mohs Scale of Hardness ranges from 1 to 10 with 10 being the hardest, diamonds are rated at a 10 and aquamarines are rated 7.5 to 8.0. So it is a durable gemstone for jewelry as long as it is treated with care to protect it against scratching and hard knocks. Heat exposure is not recommended for aquamarine, but the color is stable against light exposure.

Aquamarine jewelry can be cleaned using warm soapy clean water and a soft bristled brush. Ultrasonic cleaners are generally safe, but steam cleaning should be avoided.