NATURAL EMERALD GEMSTONE / BEADS

Emerald gemstone is a green-colored, highly precious stone of the Beryl mineral family. For centuries, emeralds have been adornments in the form of jewelry. They are twenty times rarer than diamonds but, in the finest grades, are worth approximately the same per carat as diamonds. Emeralds are readily available in lesser grades and can even be found in substantial sizes. Fine qualities in emeralds, however, are exceedingly rare in any size.

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Where Does Emerald stone Come From?

The three primary Emerald gemstone deposits are in Colombia, Brazil, and Zambia. Emeralds are mined around the globe in countries like Pakistan, Afghanistan, Russia, Australia, and the U.S.

How To Ensure The Quality Of Emerald Gemstone?

Frequently Asked Questions

Q When choosing Emeralds gemstone/Beads, what should I value more – color or clarity?

A Before selecting a gemstone, it is crucial to be aware of the importance of the stone. For example, green Emerald is worn for astrological necessity and jewelry. However, if the greenstone is used for merely ornamental purposes or jewelry, the wearer can choose a more cleanly cut stone as per his preference. In addition, color dominates the price of this highly popular gemstone, not clarity. For that reason, the value of Colombian Emerald in international or national markets is far superior to other origins.

Q What does the emerald stone symbolize?

A In addition to representing royalty, emeralds also represent intelligence, elegance, and insight; they also serve as the birthstone for May and are known as "The Jewel of Kings."

Q Is emerald an expensive stone?

A To answer the question, yes. Compared to other jewels, emeralds are far more expensive and, in most cases, even more costly than diamonds. Most people immediately consider diamonds when considering less common (rare) and properly priced (expensive) jewels.

Q Which zodiac sign should not wear an emerald stone?

A Emerald jewelry is considered unlucky for those born under the signs of Aries, Cancer, Sagittarius, and Pisces.

What is Emerald Energy?

A Emerald is a stone that promotes life, helps open the heart chakra, and calms emotions. It offers motivation, peace, knowledge, and patience. It is intended to allow the person to offer and receive unconditional love, thereby helping to promote friendship, calm, harmony, and domestic happiness.

Q Which country is better for astrological results, Colombia or Zambia?

A Zambian Emerald outperforms Colombia in terms of results. Zambian emerald gemstones are at a lowered price, making them ideal for customers on a limited budget. Colombian emerald gemstones are known for being of higher quality and having a more enduring reputation. Cutting Colombian emeralds can also be difficult.

Q When choosing an emerald stone, what should I value more—color or clarity?

A Emeralds are more valued for their clarity and color. The value increases with the purity and vibrancy of the deep green color.

Q How do I identify the difference between emerald inclusions and cracks?

A Generally, the cracks start inside the emerald cabochon gemstone and end on the surface. The inclusions usually remain constant inside this gemstone.

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