Wonderful aquamarine pendant paired with one of our sterling silver collars
A dainty aquamarine chandelier
Aquamarines are a blue variety of beryl. The name comes from the Latin; 'aqua', meaning water and 'marina', meaning 'of the sea'. The beautiful jewellery shown here is especially dear to our hearts as we love the sea here in Cowes!
Stunning sterling silver and aquamarine ring
In ancient times, the stone was believed to protect sailors and reckoned to cool a hot temper, as well as being an antidote to poison. The Romans believed that aquamarines could help reconcile enemies and attract friends, as well as endowing the wearer with courage.
Beautiful aquamarine pendants paired with fabulous quality sterling silver snake chains
In the Middle Ages in Europe, aquamarine ground into powder was used to treat infections, especially conditions of the eyes. It was also believed to promote mental stability by warding off anxiety and stimulating happiness.
Lovely sterling silver and aquamarine ring
Striking jasper and citrine earrings
The bloodstone is a form of Jasper, one of the stones associated with the zodiac sign of Aries. Traditionally this was said to balance positive and negative energy and to stabilise personality.
Fabulous green jade earrings
Jade is linked to the sign of Pisces and linked with the month of March in the traditional Tibetan calendar. It's attributes were considered to aid love, virtue and courage.