5 Aquamarine Jewels for March Birthdays (or Wedding Anniversaries)


Derived from the Latin word meaning seawater, aquamarine was originally believed to keep seas calm and sailors safe. Even today, aquamarine represents calm, stress relief, and a sense of peace. It is the 19th wedding anniversary gift for its perceived ability to protect against potential stormy waters. And it is the birthstone for March. No matter the occasion, below are five of the best aquamarine jewels on the market.

Jamie Wolf earrings
Oval earrings in 18k yellow gold with aquamarine and 0.09 ct. t.w. diamonds, $11,100; Jamie Wolf

Measuring an inch by an inch and a half, Jamie Wolf’s substantial oval aquamarine earrings are designed to make a statement. Plus, they incorporate subtle diamonds for even more glitz and glam.

Irene Neuwirth necklace
Medium classic link necklace in 18k yellow gold with rose-cut aquamarine, $14,480; Irene Neuwirth

A signature Irene Neuwirth design, this link necklace boasts rose-cut aquamarine with a scalloped coin edge set in gold.  It’s as timeless and elegant as they come.

Ashley Zhang ring
Bubble ring (also pictured at top) in 14k yellow gold with an aquamarine, $2,600; Ashley Zhang

Inspired by antique signet and “gypsy” rings, Ashley Zhang puts aquamarine front and center. The one shown above has the gem in a north-south orientation, but this handcrafted, made-to-order style is also available in an east-west setting.

Renna Aqua wave bracelet
Wave Study III bracelet in 18k yellow gold with 1.4 cts. t.w. Zimbaqua aquamarine and 2.7 cts. t.w. white diamonds, $7,200; Renna

Renna’s Wave Study III bracelet doesn’t use just any aquamarine, it uses aquamarine from the Zimbaqua mine—making it a purchase that is not only beautiful but also one you can feel good about.

Sauer ring
Throat ring in 18k yellow gold with a 14.71 cts. aquamarine and 0.81 ct. topaz, $4,950; Sauer

Part of Sauer’s Chakras collection, this ring represents a lotus flower, or symbol for the throat chakra, linked to communication and truth. The aquamarine only strengthens its healing power.

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By: Annie Davidson Watson

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