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Aquamarine is a soft and beautifully hued gemstone and has the feel of a time gone by. MyJewelrySource has a nice collection of vintage and antique styled ring with natural aquamarine. Our rings have hand picked gemstones, milgrain details and engraving. Many vintage rings are very delicate and light weight and may not stand up to every day wear. Our rings are cast in solid gold and are not hollowed out so they will be strong and durable. We do also work in other metals like platinum and palladium. One of our newer vintage style rings is our GR-1128. This ring features a wonderful 6x8mm oval aquamarine which is set with a trio of diamonds on each side. This classic style is given that heirloom feel with the exceptional engraving on three sides of the band. Please take a close look at our pictures and notice that the engraving and milgrain detail were also added to the basket setting. From every angle, this ring is finished with amazing detail. Another aquamarine ring that has a vintage design in our past present future ring, GR-1124 and GR-1125. This ring is offered in 14k white gold or yellow gold and features a brilliant round cut aquamarine flanked by pear shaped white sapphires on either side. We love the combination of the round aquamarine with the clear white pear cut white sapphires. The design is unique and classic at the same time. Whether you prefer the ring in white or yellow gold, the engraving on the band stands out beautifully. Enhancements: Although cutting is the most basic enhancement method necessary to display the beauty of a gemstone, there are many fascinating methods by which man has demonstrated his ability to draw maximum color, luster, clarity and brilliance from natures earthbound treasures. A basic understanding of these enhancement techniques will add to your appreciation of the beauty, durability and value of the gemstone jewelry you already own, or plan to purchase in the future. Aquamarines generally have a greenish hue when mined and are then heated to bring out the blue color permanently. Heat treatment is normal, industry accepted, permanent and does not require special care. You should assume that the aquamarines sold at MyJewelrySource are heat treated unless stated otherwise.Buying an Aquamarine: Aquamarine in sizes over 5 carats is considered important. The gemstone is expected to be eye clean and should have a soft to medium blue color. Deeper colors of aquamarine are rare with the deepest most saturated color being the most expensive. Aquamarine care: Do not use an ultrasonic cleaner. Avoid sudden temperature changes, steaming and contact with cosmetics, hairspray, perfume or household chemicals. Your aquamarine jewelry may be cleaned with a soft-bristled brush or a cloth with plain or soapy water.