This true blue beauty aquamarine engagement ring shines brilliantly with diamond ascents. The saturation of the unique shade is intensified with its strategic positioning and the added sparkle of the periphery of diamonds.
Aquamarine Santa Maria
Aquamarine is immensely popular for its cool water blue shade and is also known as the “water of the sea” gemstone. It belongs to the beryl family. Pink Morganite, green emerald, and blue aquamarine all belong to the beryl group. Aquamarine is the birthstone for month of March, one of the coloured gem you cannot miss if your are born in March! The calming blue gem has gain many recognition as it was wore by members of royal family. Aquamarine is one of the coloured gem that jewellery lovers and collector would definitely own.
Aquamarine is mined in handful locations around the world including Tanzania, Sri Lanka, and Madagascar. Brazil produces the finest and the rarest quality of aquamarines. It is a highly sought after aquamarine in the world and popular as Santa Maria de Itabira. The vivid blue shade of Santa Maria aquamarine has a rare saturation which makes it one of a kind.
Rapid mining activities have exhausted the mines in Santa Maria. It barely produces any aquamarine. However, in recent years, certain new pockets have been found that resemble the shade of aquamarine found in African mines. These gemstones have a unique colour saturation that is unparalleled and exceptional, the source of the Santa Maria alike aquamarine is known as the Santa Maria African.
Aquamarine Engagement Ring
This engagement ring that we have designed is equally unique as it features a rare shade of aquamarine. To showcase the unique shape we have the symmetric princess shape designed in a compass position. Featuring a princess step cut, this Santa Maria African Aquamarine was designed with side cluster round brilliant diamonds accompanying the central gem.