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Beautiful Light Blue Aquamarine. Oval Cul. 13.47 ct


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Wonderful large light blue Aquamarine. Oval Cut 13.47 ct. This elegant and beautiful blue gemstone will look perfect in an engagement ring or cocktail ring. Very posh and sophisticated, high brilliance, good proportions and not windowed. A large untreated aquamarine for your custom jewelry. The best quality / price relation.  

The Aquamarine is the Birthstone for March, as well as a wedding gift for those celebrating their 19th wedding anniversary.

Since ancient times, its history has been linked to the sea and to sailors.

Aquamarines have been used by seamen as amulets for centuries. Sailors believed that aquamarines had magical and/or healing powers if they were carried as talismans, protecting them from the wrath of the Sea God, Poseidon, as though these gems were a gift from the seabed brought up by the sirens themselves. 

Centuries ago, Aquamarines were used as an antidote to poison, as an oracle, amulet, healing stone, etc. 

WEIGHT : 13.47 ct
SIZE : 13.12 * 20.00 * 8.73 mm
SHAPE : Oval
COLOR : 20. (gB) greenish Blue
TONE : 2. Very light
SATURATION : 2. Slightly Brownish / Grayish
HARDNESS : 7.5 - 8.0 


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We take photos with daylight (no lightbox and no extra lighting at all).
And we take photos and videos on mirror in a light box with extra lighting (this kind of photos clearly show the quality of the cut and the clarity of the gem). 


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Aquamarine belongs to the beryl family, just as the Emerald, Morganite, Goshenite, Red Beryl, Green Beryl, Heliodor and Maxixe; and it owes its color to iron trace elements.

The origin of the name from  the latin words “aqua” (water) and “marina” (sea), in reference to seawater color. Aquamarine evokes the tranquility and security, like a calm sea.

Aquamarine is the blue to greenish blue variety of the beryl group.
This blue color have different hues:

Aquamarine can be light or dark blue, greenish blue to pale green - blue.  The commonest color is a pale to medium blue or greenish blue. The most expensive aquamarine have a saturated blue color without inclusions, vitreous lustre and transparency.

Aquamarine cut stones are available in a wide variety of shapes. Apart of convencional cut (emerald, oval, pear, round, trillion, pear, etc) we can find fancy cuts. Emerald cut aquamarine is highly sought in jewelry.
Cabochon cutting is probably the most common form of gem cutting for translucent aquamarine, and faceting cutting for transparent aquamarine.

Aquamarine is available in large sizes, smaller aquamarine gems (under 5.00 ct.) often show lighter color.


Aquamarine  are usually eye-clean, (the inclusions cannot be seen with the naked eye) with great lustre and transparency.
Typical inclusions: The main inclusions are parallel “tubes” or “channels” to axis C,  solid inclusions (ilmenite, goethite, apatite, quartz, etc.), multi-phase inclusions, sometimes resembling iridescent “confeti”, healed fractures, feather or fingerprinters.

The characteristics and arrangement of the inclusions are responsible for the ASTERISM and CHATOYANCY in the aquamarine gemstone.

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MdMaya Gems uses the following clarity scale when grading gemstones.

Setting aside translucent and opaque gemstones, the first classification to take into account is: 

  • Type 1: Stones that are often inclusion free
  • Type 2: Stones that are usually included 
  • Type 3: Stones that are almost always included