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Rough Aquamarine Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet

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Rough Aquamarine pieces set in Sterling Silver. Amazing clairity super gemmy and gorgeous. The picture of the cuffs on my wrist are my two cuffs and not the same one pictured or in the video, my wrist is approximately a 7.5", on a smaller wrist the gemstones will sit a little closer together. It is slightly adjustable by gently pulling it open or pushing it closed, it twists to slip on the wrist. Sterling will tarnish, keeping it out of moisture and water will help delay the tarnishing. I use a jewelry cleaning cloth to polish my Sterling Silver on a regular basis and it does not tarnish. You can also keep it in a sealed plastic bag when not wearing it and that will help it not to tarnish as well. It is stamped 925 on the back side of the gemstone setting.

Aquamarine is a beautiful gemstone and a variety of the mineral beryl. It is highly prized for its stunning blue to greenish-blue color, reminiscent of the clear waters of the sea, which gives it its name “aquamarine” (aqua meaning water and marine meaning sea). Aquamarine is a popular gemstone used in jewelry and is also the birthstone for the month of March.
Chemical Composition: Aquamarine is a variety of beryl, composed of beryllium aluminum silicate with the chemical formula Be₃Al₂Si₆O₁₈. It belongs to the same mineral family as emerald, morganite, and heliodor.

Color and Transparency: Aquamarine is known for its blue to greenish-blue hues, which can vary in intensity from pale to vibrant. The color is due to trace amounts of iron present in the crystal structure. The gemstone can be transparent to translucent, with higher-quality stones exhibiting greater transparency.

Crystal System: Aquamarine crystallizes in the hexagonal crystal system. It typically forms prismatic crystals with a hexagonal cross-section, which can vary in size from small to large.
Hardness: On the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, aquamarine has a hardness rating of 7.5 to 8. This makes it a relatively durable gemstone, suitable for everyday wear.

Occurrence: Aquamarine is found in various locations around the world. Notable sources include Brazil, Madagascar, Nigeria, Zambia, Pakistan, and Russia, among others. The quality and color of aquamarine can vary depending on the source.

Care and Maintenance: Aquamarine is relatively durable, but it can still be susceptible to scratches and damage from rough handling or sharp blows. To care for your aquamarine jewelry, it is advisable to store it separately from other gemstones to prevent scratches. Cleaning can be done using warm soapy water and a soft brush. Ultrasonic cleaners are generally safe for aquamarine, but it is best to consult with a professional jeweler for specific cleaning recommendations.

Symbolism and Meaning: Aquamarine has been associated with various symbolic meanings throughout history. It is often regarded as a symbol of youth, hope, and eternal life. The gemstone is also believed to promote calmness, clarity, and emotional balance.

Disclaimer: The information provided about Aquamarine and its potential uses is for educational and entertainment purposes only. Crystals, including Aquamarine, are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any medical condition. The use of crystals should not replace or substitute professional medical or psychological advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any health-related concerns or psychological issues, please seek the advice of a qualified healthcare professional or mental health practitioner. The use of crystals is a personal choice, and the effects experienced may vary from person to person. Always use crystals responsibly and with an open mind, understanding that they are not a guarantee of specific outcomes.