Aquamarine Bracelets

What is an Aquamarine Gemstone?

•    Belonging to the family of the Cyclosilicates, an Aquamarine gemstone is Beryl by its origin.
•    Getting its name from Latin word “Aqua Marina” which stands for “Water of the sea”, this alluring gemstone is mined from the areas of Madagascar, Sri Lanka, USA, Kenya, Colombia, Zambia, Zambia, Tanzania and Malawi.
•    Largest Aquamarine ever found in 1910, weighed 110 kilograms and was mined in Marambaia, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
•    On the Moh’s Scale of hardness, an Aquamarine gemstone gives a rating of 7.5 to 8 out of 10.

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What are the benefits received by wearing Aquamarine Bracelets?

•    An Aquamarine gemstone is known as the Birthstone for Pisces. Wearing Aquamarine Bracelets is beneficial for the people into arts, writing and music as these bracelets put magic in the wearers’ hands while they create marvels.
•    For the people who have trouble in giving quick responses to the situations in a positive way, Aquamarine Bracelets benefit such people in turning them witty and letting them handle the situations positively & in an efficient way.
•    In the terms of health and curing, wearing Aquamarine Bracelets heal the ailments like anxiety, stress, nerve pains, throat pain, troubles relates with glands, toothaches, jaw pain, neck disorders and infections.
•    Aquamarine Bracelets let their wearers to achieve their goals with perfection and ease. Furthermore, these pendants help in retaining the purity of their wearers while striving for their goals.
•    The wearers of Aquamarine Bracelets receive courage, tranquillity and flawless communication skills.
•    Belonging to the family of the Cyclosilicates, an Aquamarine gemstone is Beryl by its origin.
•    Getting its name from Latin word “Aqua Marina” which stands for “Water of the sea”, this alluring gemstone is mined from the areas of Madagascar, Sri Lanka, USA, Kenya, Colombia, Zambia, Zambia, Tanzania and Malawi.
•    Largest Aquamarine ever found in 1910, weighed 110 kilograms and was mined in Marambaia, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
•    On the Moh’s Scale of hardness, an Aquamarine gemstone gives a rating of 7.5 to 8 out of 10.