Post # 1
I am in love with Aquamarines!! I am looking for a pear shape 1ct+ but I have no idea where to buy one? They seem fairly rare
I want a ring that looks like this:
I don’t really want to spend thousands on it so if anyone knows where to get one
Also I have just found this new love for gemstones so show me yours or your favorite 🙂 oh and show me the rare ones…
Thanks again bees!
Post # 2
RingGlamm: Hmm, I have an aquamarine ring but it’s a different color than that (more like a light mint). My grandfather brought it back from a mine in Thailand like 40+ years ago. If you like that color, may I suggest a blue topaz? Also, are you looking for a lab-created or a natural stone?
Post # 3
I have read a topaz isn’t as strong as the aquamarine? But I may be wrong? I also haven’t done much research on created or natural stones so either would be fine.
Do you have a picture of yours? Would it be a more rarer colour the light mint?
Post # 4
I’d be interested in knowing this too. I’m in Aus though but would love to have an Aquamarine ring for my right hand. It’s my husbands birthstone, diamond is mine and since I already have diamonds for ering and wb, I’d love to have a ring representing him. Not sure how many jewellers post overseas though.
Post # 5
Im also in Aus so would be interesting to know 🙂
Post # 6
RingGlamm: mazzoffee: My ring is set in yellow gold with two diamonds on either side. I actually think the more blue-green natural stones are the rarest but I’m not too sure. I don’t know if blue topaz stones are less strong, it’s just that they are easier to find. I’m honestly not too sure where to get stones in AUS as I’m in the US.
Post # 7
This is a oval with a double halo, maybe look on etsy?
Aquamarine double halo snow flake ring size 7
Post # 8
Just wanted to say that topaz is marginally harder than aquamarine. Topaz lies somewhere around 8 on the mohr scale, and aquamarine is on 7.5-8. Both are suitable in hardness, so you can’t go wrong. ^^