Aquamarine

(Be3Al2(SiO3)6) / March / 19th Anniversary

This delicate sky or pale seawater-blue gemstone from the precious beryl family is found throughout the world
with African deposits in Namibia, Malawi, Tanzania and Kenya.

Rarely included, flawless Aquamarine has a long history in the annals of love.
The Romans considered it an appropriate morning gift from a groom to his bride upon consummation
as they believed it absorbed the atmosphere of young love: a romantic notion that passed into medieval times
when it was thought to reawaken the love of married couples.

Aquamarine is believed to release anxiety and fear through its general calming effects.