Aquamarine Gemstone is a pale blue to light green variety of Beryl.  Aquamarine changes color with heat.

Aquamarine is a common gemstone. However, there is a rarer dark blue variety called Maxis, whose color can be faded by sunlight.The name aquamarine comes from Marine, derived from aqua (Latin for “water”) and marina (Latin for “sea”). The first use of the word aquamarine was in the year 1677.

Aquamarine Gemstone

Who should wear Aquamarine?

According to Vedic astrologers, Aquamarine has special benefits for those born under the zodiac sign of Pisces.

As both the gemstone and the zodiac sign are associated with water, astrologically Aquamarine is said to help the normally emotional Pisces. They find new calm and flow naturally with fluctuations in their emotional state.

Types of Aquamarine

Aquamarine Brazilian Gemstone
Brazilian Aquamarine
Madagascar Aquamarine Gemstone
Madagascar Aquamarine
Maxixe Beryl Aquamarine Gemstone
Maxixe Beryl
Santa Maria Aquamarine Gemstone
Santa Maria Aquamarine


Aquamarine Gemstone is abundant and therefore inexpensive. It is more expensive than Blue Topaz, but less expensive than Emerald and Bixbit. An aquamarine’s value is determined by its weight, color, cut, or clarity. Natural true blue aquamarine is very expensive.



Aquamarine is a durable stone, but it can be damaged by excessive heat, pressure, or harsh chemicals. It should be handled and stored with care to prevent scratches or chips.

Aquamarine is known for its beautiful blue-green color, which can vary from pale to deep blue. It is also believed to have healing properties and promotes tranquility and calmness.

Aquamarine is said to be associated with the emotions of calmness, tranquility, and peacefulness. It is said to help to bring a sense of balance and inner peace.