Aquamarine stone, also called berylite or chrysolite, etymologically comes from the Latin “Aqua marina” which means sea water.

Aquamarine is a valuable mineral found in volcanic rocks. It belongs to the beryl family, from the ancient Greek beryllos which means “blue-green stone” because of its superb hue, which ranges from transparent azure to the lagoon depending on the oxidation of the iron that composes it.

Aquamarine is considered as an excellent mineral for quality artistic performances. Indeed, it has the power to increase the sensitivity and expressiveness of those who possess it. It also helps to better express and transmit emotions.