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Aquamarine, named for the Latin phrase "water of the sea", is the blue to blue-green variety Beryl. Beryl also contains other gem varieties, including Emerald, and some lesser known varieties such as Morganite and Heliodor. Aquamarine ranges in color from a faint light blue to blue and bluish-green, with lighter colored stones being the more common type. Light green Beryl can be transformed into Aquamarine
Dive into the oceanic allure of Aquamarine – named after the Latin phrase "water of the sea." It's like the Beryl family's sassy member, rubbing shoulders with Emeralds and its lesser-known pals like Morganite and Heliodor. Think of Beryl as the cool gem family, and Aquamarine is the one with the beach house.
Now, let's talk shades – Aquamarine goes from a whisper-light blue to a bolder blue-green, giving you options like a gemstone wardrobe. The lighter blues? Super common, like the basic tees of the gem world. Fun fact: heat up some light green Beryl to 750º F (400º C), and voila – you've got yourself an Aquamarine glow-up. It's like gemstone magic. Oh, and if the green hues in your Aquamarine aren't your vibe, a little heat treatment can fix that right up.
In summary, Aquamarine isn't just a gem; it's a mood, a vibe, and a touch of Latin elegance. So, why settle for basic blues when you can dive into the sea of Aquamarine chic? #AquamarineMagic #GemstoneGlam #LatinVibes
if heated to 750º F (400º C). The green hues in most Aquamarine can also be removed through heat treatment.