14k gold with an aquamarine baguette and a pink sapphire totaling .38 carats.
This quadrilateral-focused shape is a geometric interpretation of the "Corvus Constellation". Corvus, which is Latin for "Raven", represents the tale of Coronis's betrayal of Apollo and how in his fit of rage, turned the feathers of a pure white crow black, and thus the Raven was born.
The Raven is a highly intelligent animal. They are known for their cunning, wit, and survival abilities. The Raven mates for life and represents stability and loyalty. The Raven has also become a metaphor for an omen or lesson. The Raven, as they’re known for they cleverness, often brings a message and offers guidance.
Aquamarine, the birthstone associated with March, has been a beloved stone of our ancestors for centuries. In ancient Greece, designs were engraved into aquamarine stones and it was believed to give safepassage across stormy seas. The Sumerians, Egyptians, Hebrews, and Greeks all coveted aquamarine as well.
The name “aquamarine” comes from the Latin word for “ocean” and “water”, referring to its blue colour. It's the gem for the star sign of Pisces. In ancient times, aquamarine was said to calmwaves. Sailors also wore aquamarine amulets to wardoff the treacherous calls of mythical sea sirens. Roman fishermen called the gemstone “water of the sea” and used it as protection, for safetravels and luck while fishing.
It was long ago considered a mermaid stone, part of their undersea treasure troves. Roman philosopher Pliny addresses the mermaid treasure in this line handed down over the ages, “the lovely aquamarine, which seems to have come from some mermaid’s treasure house, in the depths of a summer sea, has charms not to be denied.”
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