Aquamarine is the birthstone of March.
Aquamarine is a beautiful light blue-green stone in it’s top color form. A nice stone will be clear, without visible flaws. Some commercially available aqua is treated with heat, to improve its color. Such treatments do not affect the stone’s strength, or value. The hardness is 7.5-8. Aquamarine is derived from the Latin, “beryllus aquamarinus”, meaning resembling seawater. It is traditionally a sailor’s talisman. Primary sources for Aquamarine are Brazil, Russia and Madagascar.
Diamond is the birthstone of April.
Diamonds can be found in almost every color of the rainbow, but the colorless stone has been the most popular for decades. The hardness is 10. The word, diamond, is from the Greek “adamas”- meaning unbreakable or indomitable. They were believed to render all poisons harmless & to drive away madness, night spirits, and evil dreams. They are mostly found in South Africa. Diamond education starts wit 4C’ Carat, Cut, Clarityand Color. You can visit to following links for the jewelry products with Aquamarine and Diamond.
Emerald is birthstone of May.
Emerald. A deep green stone, natural emeralds almost always have visible inclusions, and need special care when setting & cleaning. A natural Emerald without flaws is very rare, and expensive! The hardness is 7.5-8. This stone is fragile, and care should be taken in cleaning & wearing- no sharp knocks on table edges or doorways! This stone has been linked to fertility & the Earth Goddess, is sacred to the Goddess Venus, and was worn by women to ease the pain of childbirth. Emerald is a cousin to the Aqua, both are in the Beryl family of stones. Emeralds are found in Colombia Brazil, Africa, Russia, Pakistan, and Zambia.