March

March

Aquamarine is one of the March birthstones and is also the wedding anniversary gemstone for the 19th year. Part of the beryl family, which also includes emeralds, aquamarine is believed to reawaken love, kindle friendships, and elevate the spirit. The word Aquamarine is derived from the Latin words for water and sea. Most of the world's supply of quality Aquamarine can be found in Brazil, but some of the finest quality can be found in Colorado. The state of Colorado recognized aquamarine as their official gemstone in 1971. With its breathtaking color and durability, the stone known as the "gem of the sea" is a stunning expression for March!

Another option for March birthstone is the bloodstone, a type of chalcedony that derives its name from the ancient Greek word meaning "to turn the sun." Most bloodstone available today is sourced from India and is characterized by its dark green base with red spots or areas caused by iron oxide inclusions. This unique appearance has made Bloodstone a popular choice for rings or pendants and is often worn as a talisman. It has held the title of March's birthstone since 1912. 


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