Aquamarine is the second-most-popular gem beryl and is the birthstone for the month of March. Like emerald, its identity is defined by its color. Aquamarine has a distinct greenish blue to blue color. Unlike emerald, light-colored stones in this color range are still called aquamarine. The stones that are richly colored are the most desirable, and the stones with a very pale color. Aquamarine differs from emerald in another way - it normally has far fewer inclusions and fractures. Most of the aquamarine seen in mall jewelry stores is usually eye clean and without visible fractures.
Our gemstone jewelry are all original designs by Lisa Beth and LDE Affinity Jewelry. They are hand crafted with passion and love in our Southern California studio. The beads are strung on soft-flex wire to provide strength, flexibility and longevity to your anklet.
I pay close attention to detail because I want you to love the jewelry that I made for you, forever. It’s very important to me that this piece is in your collection for years to come. We do our best to choose each stone carefully and purposefuly for every piece. However there might be slight differences in color size shape and clarity which makes each item unique and one of a kind.
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The information provided here regarding the metaphysical properties of stones is intuitively derived and has not been scientifically evaluated. This information is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.
Our intent is only to offer information of a general nature to help customers and their loved ones in their spiritual quest for higher consciousness and well-being.