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Today we’re featuring the crystal blue hues of some stunning vintage pieces of art deco aquamarine jewelry. Not only the birthstone for March (happy birthday Marchies!), aquamarine is also the ideal ‘Something Blue’ stone for a bride: versatile, elegant and available in a variety of price points.
First up we’ve got this spectacular emerald cut aquamarine cocktail ring, circa 1930:
So stunning! Another 1930s piece, these gold art deco designed aquamarine earrings in a round cut:
Another authentic vintage find is this gorgeous 1920s sapphire and aquamarine tennis bracelet:
This next vintage-inspired stunner is a massive 8.5 carat platinum aquamarine cocktail ring:
Lots of beautiful emerald cuts here, but aquamarine is lovely in a variety of cuts and hues, including these antique pale blue cabachon earrings:
Now, we’ve featured this antique aquamarine pendant before, but it is still for sale and it is SO INCREDIBLE!
This next vintage aquamarine (paste) piece is a stunning 1930s brooch, sold with its original box and truly lovely:
This last vintage find is a gorgeous gold art deco aquamarine ring in a unique setting:
WOW! Something blue, something bold, something beautiful for everyone.
Speaking of which: while most of these lovelies were authentic vintage art deco aquamarine jewelry (with the slightly-to-definitely higher prices to match) you can also find beautiful reproduction, costume and paste glass or crystal jewelry at places like 1928 Jewelry, one of our favorite art deco reproduction designers for inexpensive costume pieces like these: