Birthstone Month March - Aquamarine
The birthstone month of March has the aquamarine as its gemstone.
We hope the following suggestions will help you...
A bookmark with an aquamarine stone might be a suitable gift, along with a book to be read. Suitable for the
bookworm or just a nice present to give someone.
Why not buy some aquamarine jewelry for the birthday girl? There is plenty of choice including earrings, drop
pendants, bracelets and rings.
Click on the above image to see more pieces of jewelry.
Birthstone Month March - Aquamarine DVDs
Look out for DVDs with aquamarine in their title. Buy a bottle of wine and enjoy the film together.
Aquamarine Colored Flowers
Purchase a bouquet of flowers in pale blue. Make it special by buying a vase for the flowers to go in.
Books that have Aquamarine in the Title
For a bookworm look out for titles that have the word aquamarine in them. There are many with the title
'Aquamarine' so you should be able to find one that is suitable for the purpose.
Look out for CDs with aquamarine in their title. Although not many to choose from you may be able to find a
Aquamarine Colored Toiletries
Look out for toiletries that have aquamarine in their title. Check with a relative that the person is able to
wear the item before purchasing it.
Aquamarine Crystal Riding Whip
A unique gift for the person who enjoys horse riding would be a whip with aquamarine crystals. This would be a
good talking point when out riding.
Facts about aquamarine
Aquamarine (in Latin means 'water of the sea') is a transparent variety of beryl with a delicate blue or
blue-green color. It is closely related to the emerald gemstone.
Aquamarine occurs at most localities which yield ordinary beryl. Some of the finest coming from Russia. Clear
yellow beryl which is found in Brazil is sometimes called aquamarine chrysolite. When corundum is present it is
often termed Oriental aquamarine. This gives it the typical bluish tint of aquamarine.
In the United States aquamarines can be found at the summit of Mt. Antero in the Sawatch Range in central
The largest stone ever mined was at Marambaia, Minas Gerais, Brazil, in 1910. It weighed over 110 kg, and its
dimensions were 48.5 cm long and 42 cm in diameter. Others have been found in Madagascar and also California.
Aquamarine is the official state gem of Colorado.
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