Ever since ancient times, sailors have sworn by aquamarine as a talisman and protector for anyone traveling on the open water. According to legend, aquamarine originated in the treasure chest of mermaids, and has since ancient times, been regarded as "the sailor's lucky stone."
We've heard the legend of men heading out to sea with aquamarine and once they safely return, that same stone becomes a gift for their sweetheart. That romantic tradition is carried forward in our stunning Aquamarine Ice Ring.
Derived from the Latin words for "water of the sea," the refreshing blue aquamarine gemstone is embraced by a polished, .925 sterling silver setting and surrounded by shimmering white stones. You get the full effect of the aquamarine in a stunning 1.40 carat emerald cut, which floods the icy blue color with waves of brilliant light.
Aquamarine has excellent clarity and transparency. In fact, a member of the beryl family, aquamarine is a sister of the rich green emerald. And, with it's gorgeous baby blues, it' easy to see why the emerald may get a tad green with envy.
You can easily find one carat aquamarine rings for over $5,000 at Fifth Avenue jewelers. Bringing you luxury for less is our mission at Stauer, so we priced our Aquamarine Ice Ring so you can make a splash without shelling out too many clams. No need to test the waters. Slip this remarkable ring on her finger and create a legend of your own without risking the perils of the sea.