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The name " aquamarine " is drives from two Latin words : aqua meaning " water" and marine meaning " of the sea".



Referred to as the king of precious stones, ruby is the red variety of the mineral corundum. The most famous ruby mines are in Myanmar

( formerly known as Burma )


Believed to encourage artistic intuition with the palette to express every mood. Egyptian legend has it that tourmaline gathered all the colors while traveling along the rainbow, thus giving its name, which means " a gem of the rainbow "



An amulet believed to protect against evil spells. Emerald has enthralled the elites of civilizations with its stunning beauty and symbolic power for over 6000 years.


The Egyptians called peridot the " Gem of the sun ". Peridot has always been associated with light. 

 Zabargad Island, Egypt

A symbol of sincerity and faithfulness. Sapphire comes from the word " sapheiros", which means " bright blue stone" in Greek and has been cherished for thousands of years for its color, durability, hardness and luster.

Sri Lanka

Believed to carry healing properties of the sun, with restorative powers for the body and soul. The name citrine comes from the French " citron "

and Latin " citrus " meaning lemon-colored.