Raw Aquamarine Stone, Aquamarine Crystals, Aqua Specimens, Aquamarine Jewelry

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Welcome to our Aquamarine Raw and Cut Stone Collection

We invite you to explore the enchanting beauty of aquamarine gemstone in its purest form. Aquamarine is a stunning, pastel blue stone that evokes the calm, soothing energy of the ocean.

Our collection includes a variety of trendy and stylish raw and cut aquamarine stones, from rough, natural specimens to polished gemstones in a range of shapes and sizes. Each stone is carefully selected to showcase the unique beauty of the stone, making them perfect for use in for faceting, lapidary artists, mineral specimen collectors, jewelry making, home decor, or as a beautiful addition to any crystal collection.

But aquamarine isn't just a beautiful gemstone - it also has powerful healing properties that make it a favorite among crystal lovers. This stone is believed to promote calmness, clarity, and relaxation, making it perfect for meditation and spiritual practices.

At our Aquamarine Raw and Cut Stone Collection, we are committed to providing you with high-quality, ethically sourced aquamarine gemstones. All of our products are carefully selected to ensure that they meet our high standards of quality and sustainability.

Gemological Aspects of Aquamarine:

  • Aquamarine is a member of the beryl family, which also includes emerald and morganite. It is a variety of beryl that gets its blue-green color from the presence of iron and traces of other elements.
  • Aquamarine is a relatively hard and durable gemstone, with a rating of 7.5-8 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness.
  • Its clarity ranges from eye-clean to heavily included, with eye-clean specimens being the most valuable.
  • Aquamarine can be found in a range of shapes and sizes, from small, round cabochons to large, faceted gems.

Scientific Aspects of Aquamarine:

  • Aquamarine has a chemical composition of Be3Al2(SiO3)6 and a mineral class of silicates.
  • The blue-green color of aquamarine is caused by the presence of iron ions in the crystal lattice, which absorb light in the red end of the spectrum and transmit the blue and green wavelengths.
  • Aquamarine crystals often form in granite or pegmatite rocks, and are typically found in high-temperature, high-pressure environments.
  • The crystal structure of aquamarine is hexagonal, with prism-shaped crystals that have a six-sided cross-section.
  • Aquamarine can be found in many parts of the world, including Brazil, Nigeria, Madagascar, and Pakistan.

Whether you're looking for a stunning centrepiece for your crystal collection or want to create your own unique jewellery pieces, our Aquamarine Raw and Cut Stone Collection has something for everyone. Shop our collection today and discover the mesmerising beauty of this breathtaking gemstone.


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