Aquamarine stud earrings in gold, platinum, or silver, optional screw backs.
As faint as a winter sky, the elusive breath of blue brings an arctic serenity with it. Aquamarine is in the beryl family, which also contains emerald, heliodor, Morganite, bixbite, and goshenite. Goshenite is pure white beryl; it's rarely found but these pale shades of aquamarine come very close.
A March birthstone, aquamarine is considered a sailor's lucky stone.
Ancient civilizations believed that aquamarine was treasured by mermaids, and would protect sailors and purify water. Roman fishermen believed it would bring a good catch, and has been prized for enhancing communication and revealing inner truths. Queen Elizabeth so loved an aquamarine necklace and earrings she was given that she commissioned an aquamarine tiara to go with them!
Made with ethically sourced, man-made gems, expertly hand-set in recycled precious metals in our small, rural Oregon studio. Our studs are renowned for comfort and quality that stands the test of time. Support clean luxury and set yourself apart with these small-batch and limited edition earrings.
Additional images: Loose aquamarines from our stock. Qing dynasty (1644–1911) aquamarine snuff bottle engraved with grapes and squirrel, The Met.