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Square Cut Modern Yellow Gold Emerald Necklace for Girls Loving Gifts

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Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Lanciajewelry
Model Number: XL8951

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Minimum Order Quantity: 3
Price: Negotiation
Packaging Details: pp bag
Delivery Time: 3-5 works day for stock items
Payment Terms: Western Union, T/T
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Detailed Product Description
Item Type: Charm Necklace Metal: Solid Yellow Gold
Stone Cut: Princess Cut Diamond Size: 2mm
Chain Length: 16 Inches With 2 Inches Extension Celebrate: Valentine's Day / Birthday / Thanks Giving Day

 

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Metal Type: Solid 18Kt Gold-Yellow

Diamonds:Authentic Diamonds

Emerald:Genuine 100% Natural

Approximate Weight: 1.736g-1.914g

Carat Weight: 0.019-0.020ct

Carat Weight:0.17-0.21ct

 

Metal Stamp:Au750

Clarity:SI

Clarity:VS

Chain Can Be Adjustable

Color:G-H

Stone Size: 4x6mm

 

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Square Cut Modern Yellow Gold Emerald Necklace for Girls Loving Gifts

 

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Square Cut Modern Yellow Gold Emerald Necklace for Girls Loving Gifts

 

 

Emerald Origins

 

Though emerald is undoubtedly precious, it is certainly not among the new precious stones. Before the discovery of emerald in Colombia in the sixteenth century, the green variety of corundum was called oriental emerald. The only source of true emerald known to early Mediterranean cultures was the fabled Cleopatra’s mines in the Sinai Desert.

Two mines, both discovered – or rather stolen from their Native American owners by Spanish conquistadors – in the sixteenth century, have set the standard for evaluating fine emerald. Separated by less than one hundred miles, these two mines, Muzo and Chivor, produce emerald that is superior in all respects to the pale, highly included stones from the mines of ancient Egypt.

 

Chivor was in production first, sometime before 1555. Muzo, a source of larger and even finer crystals, was located five years later. The chief difference between emeralds found at Muzo and Chivor lies in the secondary hue. Geologically, the Chivor deposit is older; these stones tend to have a slightly bluish secondary hue, while those from Muzo tend slightly toward the yellow.

 

Although some connoisseurs maintain that stones mined in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, called “old mine” emerald, were the finest of the fine, Colombia is still a major source of fine emerald.

 

 

Emerald Hue

 

Emerald, like ruby, blue sapphire, and tsavorite garnet, is one of the primarycolor gemstones. That is, the most desirable color is the purist green possible. Although it is true that a small percentage of yellow (ten to fifteen percent) will enhance or frame the dominant green hue, the purer the green the finer the stone. Emerald personifies the pure idea of green. Close your eyes and picture the richest, purist green you can imagine: rich meadow grass growing by a shaded pool in high summer – that is the finest color in emerald!

Emerald is usually either a bit yellowish or a bit bluish; in practice, it may have a bit of both as secondary hues. A slightly bluish secondary hue (ten to fifteen percent) adds a richness and warmth to the overall appearance of the gem. For this reason it is a more desirable secondary hue than yellow. As always, the gem should be examined in all light sources. Incandescent light will bring out the blue. This is the primary reason why some connoisseurs prefer an emerald that is slightly yellowish in daylight. They feel that a bit of yellow balances against the tendency toward blue under the light bulb. If the stone shows more than a fifteen percent blue secondary hue in incandescent lighting it is overblue. African emerald from Zambia often suffers this fault.

 

 

Emerald Saturation and Tone

 

The color green achieves its optimum saturation, its gamut limit, at about seventy-five percent tone. Thus, emerald achieves its most vivid saturation at this tone. Gray is the normal saturation modifier in emerald. Gray will reduce or dull the hue. Gems with visible gray should be avoided. Sometimes the gray component will be very difficult to discern. Aside from a sense of dullness, the hue of a grayish emerald will appear distinctly cool in incandescent light.

 

 

Clarity and Crystal

 

Emerald is most often found with some visible inclusions. It is rarely eye-clean in sizes above one carat. Because of this, a greater degree of tolerance should be exercised when judging the clarity of emerald. More attention should be paid to diaphaneity than to strict flawlessness. The finest emeralds exhibit a wonderful clear crystal that gives the stone a marvelous inner glow. If the stone has this trait, a few visible inclusions – what experts call “jardin” (garden) – are easily forgiven. Such stones are more highly valued than those which are strictly flawless but lack the limpid quality of good crystal.

 

Most aficionados prefer emeralds cut in the traditional step or emerald cut. This cut has seventeen long, narrow, steplike facets. A majority of emeralds are cut in this style, both because it accentuates the warm satiny hue of the gem and, by happy coincidence, it is usually the most efficient use of the rough material.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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