Aquamarine Engagement Rings
The official birthstone of March, aquamarine can be the perfect engagement ring gem choice for any springtime bride, or any woman who loves the gemstone's pale blue hue. Calm and cooling in their icy blue coloring, aquamarine engagement rings evoke the constancy and dependability of ocean tides. What better way to show your enduring love for her than to ask for her hand in marriage with an aquamarine engagement ring?
The word aquamarine comes from the Latin for "sea water," and the gemstone's blue-green tones are reminiscent of just that. As beautiful as Caribbean waters and pale azure skies, antique aquamarine rings naturally appeal to the nature lover. Aquamarines are also believed to hold magical powers. They reawaken love in long-married couples, and are tokens of mercy and love. Learn More »
Filigree Aquamarine Engagement Ring
Likes snow flurries dancing in the winter wind, this aquamarine engagement ring has a swirling design. The engagement ring's 18k white gold band is intricately carved in filigreed chevrons and paisley swirls. The piece de resistance is the greenish blue aquamarine at the top. This centerpiece gemstone is flanked at the shoulders by a pair of triangular-set round brilliant cut diamonds. The total diamond weight of this engagement ring is 0.05 carats. This is a (new) vintage style aquamarine engagement ring.
Aquamarine Engagement Ring with Diamond Lace Motif
Ribbons of diamond lace wrap the shoulders and shank of this vintage style aquamarine engagement ring. Seventy round brilliant cut diamonds undulate in glittering waves down the 18k white gold band of this engagement ring. These diamonds total 0.28 carats. Cresting at the center of this engagement ring is a slightly greenish blue aquamarine. This is a (new) vintage style aquamarine engagement ring.
Art Deco Antique Aquamarine Ring
A diamond orbit spins around this antique Art Deco ring's aquamarine planet. The planet Uranus glows with the same light blue-green intensity as this antique ring's focal point cushion cut aquamarine. A constellation of bead set diamond stars spin around the centerpiece gemstone in a platinum setting. This Art Deco aquamarine ring has a pierced and hand engraved mounting. Details: Antique, Art Deco. Circa 1925. Platinum. Old style full cut and round brilliant cut diamonds; 0.80 carats. Cushion cut aquamarine; 5.67 carats.
1960's Vintage Aquamarine Engagement Ring
Princess touches abound in this vintage aquamarine engagement ring from the 1960s. The crown bezel of this vintage engagement ring makes it befitting a princess. This coronet top setting cradles a breathtaking oval aquamarine. The 14k yellow gold band is splashed with white gold down the shoulders and around the setting. Trademark of Jones and Woodland. Details: Vintage. Circa 1960 or later. 14k yellow gold. Oval cut aquamarine; 4.4 carats.
Vintage Style Aquamarine Engagement Ring
A halo of diamonds surrounds an aquamarine in this romantic vintage style aquamarine engagement ring from the Topazery Collection. This aquamarine engagement ring is lovely from all angles starting with the diamond-studded, engraved shank to the curliques on the bottom and sides of the underbezel. This is a (new) vintage style aquamarine engagement ring from the Topazery Collection.
Vintage Inspired Aquamarine Engagement Ring
Climbing vines and leaves wind their way up the shank of this vintage inspired aquamarine engagement ring. The 18k white gold band of this nature inspired ring romantically wraps the finger in a floral and leaf pattern. This is a vintage inspired (new) engagement ring.
Vintage Aquamarine Ring with Split Prong Design
Diamond accents bow in deference to this vintage engagement ring's aquamarine. The diamonds of this vintage ring slink down the shoulders, allowing the split prong set aquamarine the center stage. A sleek polished band provides an understated backdrop. Details: Vintage. Circa 1940 or later. 14k white gold. Round single cut diamonds; 0.06 carats. Round cut aquamarine; 0.58 carats.
Vintage Style Engagement Ring with Aquamarine
Round brilliant cut diamonds snuggle close to this vintage style engagement ring's aquamarine. A pair of diamonds nestles on the sides of the aquamarine, giving it triple-stone appeal. The antique style setting combines soft swirls with angular edges. These contrasting features draw additional attention to the finger. A collection of smaller diamonds makes this engagement ring sparkle from every direction. Details: Vintage Style. New. 18k white gold. Round brilliant cut diamonds; 0.31 carats. Aquamarine; 0.51 carats.
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Aquamarine History and Lore
As you browse vintage and antique engagement rings, do you find yourself drawn to ones featuring aquamarines? You're not alone in your captivation. The allure of this gemstone dates back centuries.
The Mermaid Stone
The word aquamarine is a combination of two Latin words: aqua, meaning "water," and marina, meaning "of the sea." Legend has it the aquamarine was discovered in a mermaid's treasure chest, and had been blessed by the god of the sea. As far back as the second century, B.C.E., the aquamarine was thought to have healing properties, and was used to treat a variety of illnesses.
Good Fortune Talisman
Being far from home for extended periods of time, and perhaps holding tight to the mermaid legends associated with it, sailors adopted the aquamarine as their good luck charm. They believed it had the ability to protect them during long sea voyages, and that the stone's power could be increased by immersing it in sunlit water.
The Communication Facilitator
Whatever channels travelers venture upon, it is believed they will meet clearly and openly when in possession of an aquamarine. Today, that belief extends to the realm of communication, meaning if you wear a vintage or antique aquamarine engagement ring, you and your partner may experience genuine, heartfelt communication, hence the long-held notion that the gemstone can heal fractured relationships.
Even before the Romans came to appreciate the aquamarine, it was a prized gemstone in earlier civilizations. Several aquamarine stones have been discovered in Egyptian tombs. The Egyptians believed the aquamarine was a symbol of happiness, and could grant everlasting youth. Any bride who chooses an aquamarine engagement ring is selecting a small piece of history, and perhaps ensuring a happy married life.
Aquamarine Engagement Rings from Topazery
If you prefer a brand-new aquamarine engagement ring that evokes the feeling of a bygone era, one of our vintage or antique-style aquamarine engagement rings is perfect choices.
We offer both solitaire and diamond-accented aquamarine rings with exciting details such as tiered and coiled bands, as well as a choice of precious metal settings. We carry aquamarine gemstones ranging in color from pastel blue-green to azure blue. Whether she adores understated and elegant, or bold and breathtaking, you'll find her perfect match in our aquamarine engagement ring collection.