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March Birthstone Pendant

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  • Made in Ireland with distinctively Irish design, this piece is a proud celebration of Irish heritage, friendship, and love. 
  • A polished silver heart surrounds an aquamarine cz heart, the March birthstone that promotes peace, tranquility, and happiness. 
  • The aqua-colored gemstone and shining silver of the pendant complement each other perfectly in a traditional design sure to be treasured for years to come.  
  • Even those with non-March birthdays can benefit from the relaxing color of the aquamarine stone, reflecting the soothing nature of the ocean. 
  • This pendant necklace makes for a thoughtful gift for a friend with a March birthday — but you can give it as a gift for any special occasion!

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Manufacturer:Solvar Jewelry

If you or someone you love has a March birthday, then this special March birthstone pendant is a must have. Centered around a beautiful aquamarine crystal, this piece of jewelry celebrates March babies in a heartfelt way.

Aquamarine
Aquamarine is the stone traditionally linked as the March birthstone. Ancient Romans actually gave this particular stone special meaning, believing it could defend against unknown dangers and cure laziness, while sailors often carried aquamarine with them to ward off bad luck at sea.

In a more modern mindset, aquamarine is considered a stone with a special peaceful energy, bringing tranquility and calm to those who wear it. The traditionally sea-blue color of the stone evokes images of the ocean, flowing to the horizon, and waves crashing upon the shore. The stone itself actually embodies all things connected to the sea, including those things related to Heaven as reflected on the water. It is a stone conducive to meditation and relaxation, and some also believe that it allows those who wear it to speak clearly and calmly in difficult situations (due to its association with the throat chakra).

Claddagh
The Claddagh is a traditional Irish symbol that is all about love, loyalty, and friendship. Characterized by a heart encircled by hands and topped by a crown, it is a popular design for jewelry, especially for rings. The two hands represent friendship. The heart symbolizes love, and the crown atop the whole design stands for loyalty.

The origins of the symbol come from a Galway fishing village. Claddagh is a tiny village located outside of Galway city, where the Corrib River meets the Atlantic ocean. The area is a popular tourist attraction, as it offers stunning views of Galway Bay. While there are many stories about how the ring and the symbol were created, the Claddagh symbol is now one of the most recognizable pieces of jewelry in the world. Both men and women the world over have used claddagh rings both as fashion items and as pledges of their undying love to another.

Traditionally, the Claddagh is passed down from mother to eldest daughter, and the ring is kept in the family for generations as a family heirloom. During the 19th century, when many Irish emigrated to North America during the Great Famine, these rings were one of the few possessions that would make the long journey overseas--sometimes serving as both a family’s life savings and a daughter’s inheritance. Many Claddagh rings are found in American and Canadian homes today as a result of the difficult journey.

If you’re looking for a unique and meaningful gift for a friend or loved one, especially one with a March birthday, look no further than this beautiful March birthstone pendant. This remarkable piece of jewelry will be treasured for years to come as a celebration of life, love, and loyalty--perfect as a birthday gift or for any special occasion.

If you or someone you love has a March birthday, then this special March birthstone pendant is a must have. Centered around a beautiful aquamarine crystal, this piece of jewelry celebrates March babies in a heartfelt way.

Aquamarine
Aquamarine is the stone traditionally linked as the March birthstone. Ancient Romans actually gave this particular stone special meaning, believing it could defend against unknown dangers and cure laziness, while sailors often carried aquamarine with them to ward off bad luck at sea.

In a more modern mindset, aquamarine is considered a stone with a special peaceful energy, bringing tranquility and calm to those who wear it. The traditionally sea-blue color of the stone evokes images of the ocean, flowing to the horizon, and waves crashing upon the shore. The stone itself actually embodies all things connected to the sea, including those things related to Heaven as reflected on the water. It is a stone conducive to meditation and relaxation, and some also believe that it allows those who wear it to speak clearly and calmly in difficult situations (due to its association with the throat chakra).

Claddagh
The Claddagh is a traditional Irish symbol that is all about love, loyalty, and friendship. Characterized by a heart encircled by hands and topped by a crown, it is a popular design for jewelry, especially for rings. The two hands represent friendship. The heart symbolizes love, and the crown atop the whole design stands for loyalty.

The origins of the symbol come from a Galway fishing village. Claddagh is a tiny village located outside of Galway city, where the Corrib River meets the Atlantic ocean. The area is a popular tourist attraction, as it offers stunning views of Galway Bay. While there are many stories about how the ring and the symbol were created, the Claddagh symbol is now one of the most recognizable pieces of jewelry in the world. Both men and women the world over have used claddagh rings both as fashion items and as pledges of their undying love to another.

Traditionally, the Claddagh is passed down from mother to eldest daughter, and the ring is kept in the family for generations as a family heirloom. During the 19th century, when many Irish emigrated to North America during the Great Famine, these rings were one of the few possessions that would make the long journey overseas--sometimes serving as both a family’s life savings and a daughter’s inheritance. Many Claddagh rings are found in American and Canadian homes today as a result of the difficult journey.

If you’re looking for a unique and meaningful gift for a friend or loved one, especially one with a March birthday, look no further than this beautiful March birthstone pendant. This remarkable piece of jewelry will be treasured for years to come as a celebration of life, love, and loyalty--perfect as a birthday gift or for any special occasion.

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