What is the birthstone for March

If you were born in March then Aqua Chalcedony is a birthstone for you

Gemstones are so fascinating and have truly stood the test of time.

Gifting a gemstone is a really lovely way of celebrating relationships of all ages and making meaningful moments matter. If you know someone born in March then you might want to consider Aqua Chalcedony as a gift for them.

Facts about Aquamarine 

  • Aqua donates the sea – the colour and the translucent appearance of the stone.
  • Aqua chalcedony is from the same family of stone that includes ‘Bloodstone’ which is also a birthstone for March
  • Chalcedony can be dated back to the Neolithic period.
  • 4000 years before Christ, Assyrians and Babylonians used chalcedony to make their cylindric seals that were used to protect documents.
  • Ancient Greeks used Chalcedony stone as a representation of Mother Earth
  • Chalcedony is seen as the symbolic stone of a Mothers love


The Aqua stone sits neatly against the skin if worn with the design facing out.


What does an Aqua stone symbolise?

  • It is a nurturing stone that promotes good will in the wearer
  • It absorbs negative energy
  • It brings the mind, body and emotions into harmony, creating a sense of calm and well being
  • It is a wonderful stone for children who might suffer with fretful dreams
  • It is a stone that eases self doubt, bringing confidence to those who wear it
The Aqua colour of the stone brings calm and serenity to those who wear it. 

While Aqua is a stone for those born in March, it is a gentle stone that can be worn by many and its subtle colour of blue and green bring peace and calm to those who choose to wear it.

To gift an Aqua EsmeLoves necklace – please visit EsmeLoves


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