Metal: 18ct white gold
Finger Size: N
This ring can be complimentary resized (approximately 3 sizes up or down)
Max width (top of ring): 15.35mm
Min width (band): 2.10mm
Total weight: 5.40g
1 = 2.54ct
Colour: strong medium blue
Clarity: eye clean
37 = 0.39ct
Cut: round brilliant
Aquamarine, the birthstone of March with a hardness of 7.5-8, is named from Latin as ‘Water of the Sea’ for it is said to have calmed waves and keep the sailors safe when at sea. It was also considered the most appropriate morning gift for a groom to give his bride following their wedding. It is the blue variety of Beryle, with the most important mining areas being based in Brazil and Russia. The largest gem-quality aquamarine mined to date is 19 inches long.
The colour range for Aquamarines are vast shades of blue ranging from pale blue to deep blue colours (these being most desired and of highest value).
Aquamarines may be near the top end of the Mohs scale at 7.5-8 (ranged from 0-10) however, most gemstones will scuff over time with everyday wear, especially if you wear them while doing heavy work, at gym or gardening (which we strongly advise to remove them for).