Antique Aquamarine Engagement Rings

Aquamarine engagement ring is one kind of favorite gem stones for many people. It is the birth stone for the people who were born in the month of March. The aquamarine gem is an outstanding stone which is brighter and shines like no other gem. Normally large size stones are easy to view on any kind of jewelry, but big or small an aquamarine ring stands out above the rest. To get a flashier style of aquamarine ring, or to create a bigger size one third carat gemstone will be mixed with the diamonds. It will be a great accessory for an evening function or party. These stones come from the family of beryl. Because of its character of durability, most of the designers in the jewelry field using this aquamarine stones while making the rings. These are very elegant with the dark blue sapphire. This aquamarine ring is a unique gift for your girlfriend.

aquamarine engagement rings
Best prices for rings will depend up on the quality and design of the ring. Before making a purchase of an aquamarine ring it is better to check the quality and color of the ring. It is a good idea for many people to give Aquamarine ring as a gift to express their love and emotion to their girlfriend.
It is also the birthstone for the people who were born in the month of March. So you can give an aquamarine ring as a gift for those people. The Best quality of aquamarine gemstones is its purity. It is designed with a transparent color and it is believed aquamarine has special healing properties. It is believed by many people.

vintage aquamarine engagement rings

As with any jewelry aquamarine rings tend to get dirty. They lose their luster and become cloudy. Considering they are precious gems it is important to find the proper way to clean them. Here are some tips:

  1. Clean the ring over a secure setting. Use a towel or a cloth to ensure you protect the ring if you drop it.
  2. Go to your local jeweler and purchase a cleaner that is gentle on aquamarine.
  3. You can use some dishing washing liquid and water to wipe down the ring and then a terry cloth towel to boost the shine.
  4. Have your local jeweler