The first of the spring birthstones, aquamarine is a wonderful gift for a loved one. If you're looking for March birthstone jewellery gifts, you're sure to find something spectacular within our collection. We offer simple and elegant aquamarine rings, elaborate Art Nouveau and Art Deco necklaces, and show-stopping pieces of jewellery which pair aquamarine with other dazzling gemstones such as diamond and garnet.
Here at AC Silver, we have an exquisite variety of aquamarine jewellery - perfect for March birthday gifts. This pale blue gemstone is the birthstone for March, and it has been celebrated for its beauty and tranquil symbolism over the centuries. Whether you're searching for a March birthstone necklace, a March birthstone ring, or another equally gorgeous piece of aquamarine jewellery, we have you covered! Browse our range today to find out a little more about this ocean-coloured gemstone.
The aquamarine has long been considered to be a peaceful stone. In folklore, this dazzling gemstone was thought to bring victory in battles and legal disputes, so many still wear these stones as a talisman of good luck.
There are many other beliefs and legends surrounding March's gemstone. Some believe that aquamarine possesses the power to relieve pain and bring out positive qualities such as friendliness and intellect in the wearer.
The sea blue crystal is also believed to symbolise tranquillity, harmony and clarity. Aquamarine birthstone gifts would be a wonderful choice for anyone who could use a bit of serenity in their busy life.
Throughout history, aquamarine jewellery has been popular due to the beautiful, colourful variety of tones these gemstones can come in. During the 19th century, light green aquamarines were most frequently used in jewellery making. However, today we most often encounter sky blue aquamarine jewellery.
During the Art Deco and Art Nouveau periods, aquamarine was particularly popular in jewellery making. Jewellers specialising in the Art Nouveau style during the late 1800s and the early 1900s rebelled against the strict rules of jewellery making in the Victorian era, and chose to craft pieces inspired by nature and animals, often featuring the gorgeous aquamarine.
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