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Aquamarine engagement rings reflect the beauty of the sea and sky with stunning hues of blue. It's only fitting that the word aquamarine derives from the Latin word for sky and water. Coveted in ancient and modern cultures, aquamarine is said to represent protection and purity of heart. An ancient Roman legend suggests that aquamarine is capable of absorbing and prolonging the feelings of young love. As a birthstone, aquamarine engagement rings hold special meaning for those born in March.


An aquamarine engagement ring is also the perfect item to support the traditional wedding day lore of 'something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue' that is suggested to bring luck to any marriage. If you're looking for something blue to include in your special day but have questions, don't hesitate to reach out to our team of dedicated jewelry experts that can help you find the perfect aquamarine engagement ring.

Aquamarine rings are beautiful pieces of jewelry that need proper care and cleaning to maintain their luster and shine. Here are some ways to clean an aquamarine ring:

  • Clean the ring with mild soap and warm water: Use a soft-bristled brush to gently scrub the ring in warm water mixed with mild soap. Rinse the ring with clean water and dry it with a soft cloth.
  • Use an ultrasonic cleaner: If you have an ultrasonic cleaner, you can use it to clean your aquamarine ring. However, make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions and avoid using it on delicate or fragile stones.
  • Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasives: Harsh chemicals or abrasives can damage the surface of the aquamarine stone and affect its clarity and shine.

Read our Gemstone Ring Cleaning Guide for further information.

An aquamarine engagement ring is a ring that features an aquamarine stone as its centerpiece. Aquamarine is a light blue to greenish-blue variety of the mineral beryl and is known for its clarity, brilliance, and durability. Aquamarine engagement rings have become increasingly popular in recent years due to their unique and distinctive look.
Yes, an aquamarine engagement ring is typically more affordable than a diamond engagement ring. This is because aquamarine is a semi-precious stone, while diamonds are one of the most valuable gemstones in the world. However, the price of an aquamarine engagement ring can still vary depending on factors such as the quality of the stone, the design of the ring, and the metal used in the setting.
Aquamarine is a relatively hard gemstone with a rating of 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale, which means it is fairly durable and can withstand everyday wear. However, like any gemstone, it is not indestructible and can still be chipped or scratched if it is subjected to a hard blow or impact. It is important to take good care of your aquamarine engagement ring by removing it when doing any heavy lifting, cleaning or engaging in any activities that may expose it to unnecessary wear and tear. It is also recommended to take it to a professional jeweler for regular cleaning and maintenance to keep it in good condition for years to come. If your ring is from Brilliant Earth, bring it into one of our showrooms and we’ll clean it for you, free of charge.
Yes, an aquamarine engagement ring can be worn every day. However, it is important to remember that like any other gemstone, aquamarine is not as durable as a diamond, which is the most popular gemstone used in engagement rings. Aquamarine has a hardness of 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale, which means that it is relatively hard but can still be scratched or chipped with enough force. Therefore, it is important to take extra care when wearing an aquamarine engagement ring every day. It is best to remove the ring when engaging in activities that could damage the stone, such as playing sports, doing household chores or washing dishes. Read our Jewelry Care Guide for further information.