This natural, unheated Pakistani aquamarine in an original design by Loren Brown, is brilliant. Large facets on the crown allow for very nice light return from the pavilion of the stone.
Out of stock
The first documented use of Aquamarine stone is by the Greeks, around the time period 480 to 300 BC. It has been very popular since the 17th century.
The largest gem-quality aquamarine crystal mined to date is 19 inches long.
Aquamarine’s name comes from the Latin for “seawater” and it was said to calm waves and keep sailors safe at sea.
Most of the world’s supply of quality aquamarine can be found in Brazil, but some of the finest quality aquamarines in the United States can be found in Colorado. In fact, the state recognized aquamarine as their official gemstone in 1971.
In 1936 the Brazilian president gave Eleanor Roosevelt a 1,298 carat aquamarine. The gemstone now resides in the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library.