Aquamarine is also known as “the mermaid’s treasure” and it’s linked to the sea and known since ancient times, the favourite and protective gemstone of sailors, pirates and travellers.

The tropical region of Farafatrana on Madagascar’s east coast is still partially covered with lush rainforest.
When the local farmers aren’t working they use their time to dig for Morganites, Aquamarines and Emerald.

Sri Lanka is often called and known as the “jewel box” of the Indian Ocean. An island permeated with spiritualism, Buddhism and Vedic tradition, where gems have always been part of the life of the inhabitants.