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New Jewelry Featuring Aquamarine—A Gem Forever Linked to the Sea


Perhaps more than any other birthstone, aquamarine is intrinsically linked to Pisces, the water sign that rules most March birthdays and is typically depicted by a pair of fish. Named after the Latin words meaning seawater, the gem dates to Ancient Rome, when fishermen carried it as protection during their seafaring, and as a good-luck token for a bountiful catch.


Ranging in tone from pale blue ice to rich seafoam, aquamarine was widely cherished in ancient times as a protective, soothing talisman believed to render its wearer irrepressible and charming—two attributes said to be particularly pronounced in March babies.


Whether you’re interested in reaping aquamarine’s spiritual perks or not, you can enjoy aquamarine for its oceanic colors (which pair especially well with Pantone’s color of the year, Very Peri), and its relative affordability—though the highest quality examples can be quite pricey. Here are some of our favorite new designs featuring aquamarine. —Kareem Rashed


Reframed 9k gold Classic Aquamarine necklace with aquamarine and diamond, $1,206
Christina Alexiou 18k gold Aquamarine Star Charm, $3,035


Top and above: Marlo Laz 14k gold Alexandra ring with aquamarine and diamond, $8,800


Mateo aquamarine Beaded Choker with 14k gold clasp, $595


Brent Neale Pisces Zodiac malachite necklace in18k gold necklace with aquamarine pavé, $7,450


Ten Thousand Things 18k yellow gold Aquamarine Melon Bead Necklace with aquamarine bead, $1,795


Alice Cicolini Jodhpur Miniature aquamarine, enamel and 22k gold ring, approximately $6,000


Marie-Hélène de Taillac Elizabeth T aquamarine and 22k gold earrings, $6,200


Retrouvaí one-of-a-kind 14 ct. Pleated ring with a 1.5 ct. emerald-cut aquamarine, $3,400
Assael earrings with paisley-cut aquamarine and South Sea pearls, $26,000


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