Lab Grown Aqua Blue Spinels
Chatham-created aqua blue spinels
Chatham aqua blue spinels have the icy blue color of the sea. Their color and durability make Chatham aqua blue spinels the perfect alternative to mined aquamarines. Chatham aqua spinels rank 8 on Moh’s scale of hardness. Plus they have good toughness. Like all Chatham stones, the aqua spinels are carefully grown under controlled conditions. So the quality and color are top-notch. Now you can get look of fine quality, top color aquamarines for a fraction of the price of natural aquamarines.
Chatham aqua spinels are available in a variety of shapes. Choose from round, princess cut, cushion cuts and more. Choose your favorite shape and size below. Best of all, all Chatham stones come with a limited lifetime warranty against breakage or chipping.
Let our graduate gemologist help you
Need help selecting the perfect Chatham aqua blue spinel? Call our staff gemologist for one-on-one attention you deserve to select the perfect stone. If you don’t see the stone you’re looking for, we can custom cut one to suit your needs. Consider our custom jewelry design and creation services. You’ll work closely with a design consultant to have your gorgeous Chatham aqua blue spinel mounted in a custom jewelry masterpiece. Call us today at 303-931-3141 for personal assistance. The amazing custom ring to the right features a 10x8mm Chatham aqua blue spinel and natural diamond accents.
Christopher wanted something elegant yet simple for his bride to be. She loves aquamarine, but she wanted a lab-grown stone. We made this gorgeous ring featuring an 8mm round Chatham aqua spinel center and sparkling diamond accents down the shank. She said “Yes!”
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In 2014 Michelle went to Madagascar to learn about the geology and mineralogy of the country. She was excited to visit some of the mining localities she learned about in her studies to be a Graduate Gemologist. However, it wasn't the sparkly colorful gems that caught her eye. Rather, it was the children...the little gems of Madagascar. Michelle founded www.GemsOfMadagascar.org in 2015. She visits Madagascar for about two months each year doing humanitarian projects, including clean water, sanitation, education and hygiene.