The Baby Blue Feminine stone the Aquamarine is the Birthstone of March

Aquamarine History and Lore

Dom Pedro Aquamarine Obelisk
The Dom Pedro aquamarine obelisk by gem sculptor Bernd Munsteiner is the largest cut aquamarine. - Eric Welch, courtesy Smithsonian Institution

It has been said that the mineral beryl gives the wearer protection against foes in battle or litigation. It makes the wearer unconquerable and amiable, and also quickens the intellect.

The serenely colored aquamarine invokes the tranquility of its namesake, the sea. In fact, the name aquamarine is derived from the Latin word aqua, meaning water, and marina, meaning the sea.

Aquamarine helps us to gain insight, truth, and wisdom. It can be used to help calm the mind, nerves, and anxieties.

In the language of gemstones, aquamarine represents happiness, hope and everlasting youth. In ancient times, aquamarine was thought to protect those at sea. It was believed to make sailors fearless and safe from adversaries on the open waters.  Aquamarine is a valued gem of ancient lineage.


These beautiful smooth baby blue gemstones are the perfect balance of femineity and beauty and as all our jewelry are classic, seasonless and timeless.
Wear these beautiful smooth gems in the spring and summer with a floaty dress or wear them in the fall and winter with a chic black cashmere sweater or pair it with your favorite jeans and tshirt.
Our gorgeous collections are seasonless, versatile and sustainable, and with the proper care they will last for years to come.
Each piece is a unique creation and hand made to perfection, designed by women and made in the USA.
Aquamarine is the birthstone for March.