Vintage Aquamarine Jewelry for March Birthdays

When you know someone who celebrates a birthday in March, buying an aquamarine jewel is the perfect way of honoring the occasion. As the birthstone for the month, it comes in a palette of colors that remind of the sea. Pale or deep blues and even hints of green are part and parcel of the experience. What are your options?

Aquamarine and Diamond Ring from the 1920s 

Give her a piece of the Roaring ‘20s. Set in platinum, this Art Deco ring features a light blue aquamarine that weighs in at 10.60cts. It is completely natural and looks amazing on the hand. Twelve single-cut diamonds adorn the sides of the setting. They weigh a combined .12cts. The detail work of the setting is a marvel to behold.

Clear Aquamarine Ring with Diamonds from the 1930s 

The setting material is 18k yellow gold. The top of the ring is made of platinum. It holds a rare cushion-cut clear aquamarine that weighs 5.08cts. The sides of the split shank ring setting feature 12 single-cut diamonds that weigh a collective .12cts. Once in a while, you may see a hint of blue in the center stone if the light is just right. This is a truly rare piece.

Step-cut Aquamarine Art Deco Ring with Diamonds

If you like the light greenish blue hues of the aquamarines, then this is the ring to see. Made in the 1940s, this Art Deco masterpiece features a natural aquamarine that weighs in at 36.50cts. The sides of the setting – made from heavy platinum – are adorned with 10 round brilliant-cut diamonds that weigh a combined .37cts. This is an amazing cocktail ring that you simply have to see to believe.

Art Deco Aquamarine Dangle Earrings with Diamonds

Made some time in the 1930s, these earrings feature natural blue aquamarines. Shaped into the form of tear drops, they weigh a total of 19.20cts. They are polished and display natural inclusions. Adding sparkle to the setup are 16 single-cut diamonds that weigh a collective .15cts and are bead-set onto the 14k white gold setting top. From top to bottom, these earrings measure 1.7 inches.

Aquamarine Bead Necklace with Onyx Spacers

The black of the 32 faceted 4mm onyx beads beautifully offsets the light greenish blue of the 31 aquamarine beads. The latter weigh a collective 150.0cts. Their shapes are random. At a length of 18.5 inches, this necklace is just the right size to be worn comfortably over a sweater or blouse. This is a unique heirloom-quality piece.
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