Named after seawater, aquamarine’s fresh watery hue has us dreaming of a tropical vacation. March in New England may be mud season but just looking at a gorgeous piece of aquamarine enhances happiness. Its color is usually a light blue with greenish undertones, the more saturated the color is the more rare it is. Aquamarine has been a popular stone for jewelry since ancient times and was even used to cure ailments such as eye diseases and dehydration. With its connection to water you can see why the aquamarine stone has also been said to calm waves and keep sailors safe at sea. Water has the power to create energy, wash away land, extinguish fire, and is vital to all forms of life. March has a powerful birthstone, and the beauty to match it. At Tick Tock Jewelers we have new, vintage, antique, and estate aquamarine jewelry.