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|This article is about N.R. Wynter's gemsona, Aquamarine. You may be looking for canon Aquamarine.|
Aquamarine is a gemsona created by N.R. Wynter. Washed up and doesn't enjoy in her work, she begrudgingly tries to put up with her coworkers.
- Aqumarine is the name for cyan to blue-green colored beryls.
- As a member of the beryl family, aquamarine has a chemical formula of Be3Al2Si6O18, hardness of 7 ½ to 8, and a hexagonal crystal structure.
- Aquamarine gets its color from a combination of iron and Fe2+(ferrous ion) impurities.
- It occurs in granite pegmatites and lessly miarolitic cavities within granites.
- Brazil is the leading supplier of aquamarine.
- It's the second most popular beryl variety, only exceeded by emerald.
- The name aquamarine comes from the Latin words "aqua marina" meaning "sea water" or "water of the sea".
- There is a lot of lore tied to this stone.
- Aquamarines were used by ancient Greek and Roman sailors, believing it would protect them from dangers at sea and sea sickness.
- In Antiquity times and the Middle Ages, people believed that the cosmos is reflected in gemstones.
- Aquamarine is the official birthstone of March and used as a gift to celebrate the 16th and 19th wedding anniversaries.
- Metaphysically, aquamarine is called "Stone of the Sea". It promotes calming, soothing, and cleansing, and inspires truth, trust and letting go.
- The stone inspires courage, helps anger, and releases stress.
- It's a big communication stone, assisting in overcoming fear of speaking and communicate with clarity.