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Collection: Aquamarine

Aquamarine (from Latin: aqua marina, "water of the sea") is so named because of its seawater color. It is a pale to medium blue, blue-green variety of beryl, probably the most common color for gem-quality beryl. A deeper blue variety originally called Maxixe after the Maxixe mine in Brazil where it was found, is better referred to as Blue beryl.

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  • Aquamarine Facets. Pear. 1.7ct
    Aquamarine Facets. Pear. 1.7ct - The Crystal Connoisseurs
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  • Aquamarine with Phantom. 76g.
    Aquamarine w Phantom. 76g. - The Crystal Connoisseurs
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  • Self Healed Aquamarine
    Self Healed Aquamarine - The Crystal Connoisseurs
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  • Aquamarine Cluster with Mica. 17g
    Aquamarine Cluster with Mica - The Crystal Connoisseurs
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  • Aquamarine Cluster with Mica. 14g
    Aquamarine Cluster with Mica - The Crystal Connoisseurs
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  • Aquamarine Pakistan
    Aquamarine - The Crystal Connoisseurs
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