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Aquamarine Rings

The signature blue hues of aquamarine steal the show in our expertly designed rings featuring this gemstone. Aquamarine rings are a welcome addition to any jewelry collection. These rings are ideal for celebrating March birthdays, commemorating an anniversary or simply bringing stunning shades to the everyday. Choose a solitaire aquamarine design or add diamond accents for a sparkling piece. Explore our platinum and gold aquamarine rings, fit for any occasion.
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FAQs about Aquamarine Rings

Are aquamarine rings expensive?

Aquamarines are more commonly found than other stones like rubies, so they are much more affordable. Depending on the color and clarity of an aquamarine ring, the price may vary from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands dollars.

Is aquamarine a good engagement ring?

An aquamarine and diamond ring is a trendy alternative to a traditional diamond engagement ring. By choosing an aquamarine as your center stone and adding smaller diamonds as accents, you can get a bigger, more dazzling ring on a smaller budget. With their close ties to the sea in both color and name, aquamarine engagement rings are also an excellent choice for travel enthusiasts and nature lovers.

How do I know if my aquamarine is real?

If you purchase one of our aquamarine rings, you already know that your stone is authentic. However, if you're curious about the authenticity of a ring you already own, there are a few ways you can check the this. First, observe the stone closely. A true aquamarine won't contain any bubbles or air pockets. Next, examine the exterior of the stone. Aquamarines rank at an 8/10 on the Mohs scale, and as such, are difficult to scratch. A highly scuffed aquamarine may actually be tinted glass. Lastly, hold the stone against the back of your hand—a real aquamarine will feel slightly cooler than room temperature.

Are aquamarine rings in style?

With their serene color and relative affordability, aquamarine rings are popular in modern jewelry. Trendy designs include layered white gold rings with pavé-set aquamarines and single-stone cushion cut cocktail rings. Whether the aquamarine sits alone or is surrounded by a halo of diamonds, pairing the ocean-blue stone with a rose gold setting is oh-so-fashionable.

Is real aquamarine expensive?

Real aquamarine is typically less expensive than other gems such as diamonds. An aquamarine stone ring is a fine jewelry style that can match many budgets. Aquamarine stone rings will vary in price depending on their complexity and any other gemstones in the piece. For example, an emerald cut aquamarine ring featuring sidestone diamonds will cost more than a solitaire design with this blue hued gemstone.

What designs are available?

Our selection of rings with aquamarine gemstones includes designs in platinum or gold. An aquamarine ring in white gold or platinum allows this gem’s softer hues to shine. Rose or yellow gold aquamarine gemstone rings offer a contrasting look against the stone. 

We offer rings featuring only aquamarine or designs with additional gems such as diamonds, blue topaz, garnet or morganite. Choose from fashion rings, cocktail rings, engagement styles or wedding bands that feature aquamarines.

Are aquamarine rings good quality?

Aquamarine is a durable gemstone that is difficult to scratch or damage. This makes it the perfect gem for rings. Our expertly crafted aquamarine rings are high quality pieces that are designed to last.

What is the best way to care for this kind of jewelry?

You can keep rings with aquamarine gemstones in shining shape by regularly cleaning them. Use a specialized jewelry cleaning solution to keep your aquamarine ring at its best. Avoid wearing this kind of jewelry when you are engaging in any hands-on, strenuous activities. It is best to avoid sudden temperature changes when wearing this jewelry. Visit our aquamarine guide to learn more. 

What does an aquamarine ring mean?

Aquamarine is the March birthstone. It represents serenity and open communication. Historically, this sea-colored gem was believed to provide protection to sailors on the water.

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