Unusual Aquamarine Eternity Rings By prudenandsmith on 22nd March 2022 in Aquamarine jewellery, Eternity rings Our top twelve Unusual Aquamarine Eternity Rings? Aquamarine is one of our best selling gemstones. With its watery blue green sea tones it makes the perfect companion to diamonds. At 7 on the Mohs scale it wears well and is hard enough to withstand daily wear. It is is the birthstone for March and the gemstone used to celebrate the 19th wedding anniversary. Eternity rings are traditionally gifted on the 10th wedding anniversary and if you are looking for something a little unusual then aquamarine is the perfect choice. It cones in a wide range of gemstone cuts from round brilliant, princess cut, the very popular emerald cut and the art deco favourite the baguette cut. All the designs in our eternity ring catalogue are available in aquamarine, on its own or mixed with diamond. Try it with green Tsavorite for a vibrant unusual mix! aquamarine looks equally good in both platinum, rose gold or yellow gold. Princess Cut and round brilliant diamonds and aquamarines work well together as the cuts match well. mix platinum and gold to warm up you ring. All our rings are designed to fit with your existing rings if required. Often today the eternity ring is also worn on the right hand to allow for a more unusual ring that expresses who you are without the constraint of fitting with your wedding and engagement ring. Anything goes! Baguette cut and diamond full and half eternity rings Claw set and fitting aquamarine and diamond alternating eternity rings Aquamarine is a fascinatingly beautiful gemstone, it’s name comes from the Latin for seawater not just for it’s colour but because it was said to calm waves and keep sailors safe at sea. The best Aquamarines combine high clarity with limpid transparency shining over an extraordinarily beautiful range of blue to green colours. It occurs in large crystals inspiring creative gemstone designers to create new artistic cuts again and again due to it’s many good qualities and it’s hardness makes it very tough and protects it to a large extent from scratches. It is almost as popular as the classics: ruby, sapphire and emerald. The more intense the colour of an aquamarine, the more value is put on it.