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Princess Cut Emerald Pendant Wholesale Diamond Gemstone Fine Jewelry
5mm in Diameter
22 natural white diamond accents
18K Yellow Gold
High Polish Finish
Emerald Stone Meaning And Properties
The emerald has a meaning as a stone that brings luck, improve communication skills. This stone will change color to pale as a warning to the owner if there is something bad will happen.
In astrology, emerald is a gemstone for people born in the month of May and is suitable for those who have Cancer and Taurus zodiac.They prefer worn Emerald as they wedding ring because it their birthstone. It symbolize sensitivity, love, romance,faith and has ability to help mental problem.
Emerald is the most valuable stone in beryl families and very popular in the world. It’s a high-class stone. Emerald is precious stone with green color that always use as engagement rings which has the meaning of harmony and loyalty.
The first known emerald mines were in Southern Egypt as early as 330 BC, and served mainly to feed Queen Cleopatra’s understandable love of the gem. But these mines had already been exhausted by the time they were rediscovered in the early 19th century.
Today, some of the finest stones come from Colombia, which has about 150 known deposits, the best of which come from the Chivor and Muzo mines. There is also an important mine at Coscuez, which today produces the majority of Colombian emeralds. Colombian emeralds are distinctive for their fine, shining emerald green, unimpaired by any kind of bluish tint. Colombia’s mines also produce rarities such as the so-called trapiche emeralds, with six rays emanating from the center, resembling the spokes of a millwheel.
Afghanistan is another important source, as is Zambia, where Gemfields runs the Kagem mine, the largest emerald mine in the world. Zambia produces excellent emerald crystals in a beautiful, deep emerald green, with good transparency. Their color is mostly darker than that of Colombian emeralds and often has a fine, slightly bluish undertone.
Zambia, Zimbabwe and Brazil have a reputation for fine emeralds in the international trade. Smaller emeralds of a vivacious, intense green come from Zimbabwe's Sandawana Mine, and they often have a delicate yellowish-green nuance.
Brazil's Nova Era mine also produces emeralds in beautiful green tones, as well as extremely rare trapiche emeralds. Emeralds are also mined in Madagascar, Pakiston, Afghanistan and Russia.