The colors of aquamarine, peridot, citrine, amethyst, colored sapphires, tourmalines, iolites, and creamy freshwater pearls create an interplay with gold and diamonds that offers a refreshing and feminine appeal.
For symbolic jewelry, a groom may choose an aquamarine engagement ring for his bride's birthstone or a husband might mark his 19th wedding anniversary by gifting his wife with an aquamarine eternity ring.
While diamonds remain the most popular choice, today's brides-to-be have many alternatives for stunning engagement rings, including pearl, aquamarine, tanzanite and moissanite engagement rings.
The clear icy blue tones of the aquamarine are in perfect contrast to the luscious warmth of the chocolate diamond, the juxtaposition like a dazzling marriage of opposite personalities.
Gemstone Rings: Kay offers a number of different gems in assorted designs, including aquamarine, rubies, tanzanite, and pearls, as well as appropriate birthstones for different months.
Specialty pieces include three stone rings, diamond earrings, multi-tone jewelry, right hand rings, and a variety of distinctive and unusual gems such as aquamarine and mystic topaz.
Capturing the translucent blue freshness of the oceans, aquamarine is the stone of harmony and friendship making it a fitting choice for an engagement, wedding, or anniversary ring.
Tanzanite, aquamarine, rubies, peridot, onyx, pearls, and pink tourmaline are also popular choices, giving couples the opportunity to have more unique designs than classic diamonds.
Other valuable stones, the topaz, chrysolite, aquamarine amethyst and tourmaline are found.
When of pale yellowish-green colour the sapphire is called "oriental chrysolite," when greenish-blue "oriental aquamarine," when of brilliant green colour "oriental emerald," and when violet "oriental amethyst."