Diamond and GIA Certified Colombian Emerald Antique Style 18k Two Tone Gold Ring

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 GIA Certified Colombian Emerald of exquisite color, weighing 3.66 carats total.  170 Round brilliant cut white diamonds, F color, VS2 clarity, excellent cut and brilliance, weighing 1.11 carats total.  18k white and yellow gold with antique style. 




Diamond and GIA Certified Colombian Emerald Antique Style 18k Two Tone Gold Ring
Diamond and GIA Certified Colombian Emerald Antique Style 18k Two Tone Gold Ring

Available at Firenze Jewels




Gorgeous Emerald and Diamond Necklace

This crystal clear Emerald Necklace belonged to the mistress of Italy, last Queen: Marie Jose. Many of her own fine jewelry collection which was known to the world. It is made up of countless diamonds and exquisite Emeralds, silver green jiaoying, by the famous Van Cleef and Arpels jewelry manufacturer.

Van Cleef & Arpels Emerald and Diamond Necklace
Van Cleef & Arpels Emerald and Diamond Necklace




 

Gorgeous 8.00ct Colombian Natural Emerald & Diamonds Cocktail Ring Solid 18K Gold

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Fine Natural Colombian AAA+ Emerald Pear Cut Emerald weighting approx 6.00 carats Vivid medium green color, excellent clarity and transparency Second stone, natural round brilliant cut diamonds Diamonds weighting approx. 2.00 carats, clarity SI1-SI2 / color F-G Total gemstone weight 8.00 carats Total ring weight 16.5g Composition yellow gold 18K

8.00ct Colombian Natural Emerald & Diamonds Cocktail Ring Solid 18K Gold
8.00ct Colombian Natural Emerald & Diamonds Cocktail Ring Solid 18K Gold

Gorgeous 29.16-Carat Natural Untreated Colombian Muzo Emerald and Diamond Ring

Centering on a cushion-shaped emerald weighing 29.16 carats, decorated with brilliant-cut diamonds on the shoulders, mounted in platinum.

The “Crown of Muzo“. Important 29.16-Carat Natural Untreated Colombian Muzo Emerald and Diamond Ring. Estimate:HK$ 9,800,000 – 13,000,000/US$ 1,260,000 – 1,666,000.
The “Crown of Muzo“. Important 29.16-Carat Natural Untreated Colombian Muzo Emerald and Diamond Ring. Estimate:HK$ 9,800,000 – 13,000,000/US$ 1,260,000 – 1,666,000.

 

The “Crown of Muzo“. Important 29.16-Carat Natural Untreated Colombian Muzo Emerald and Diamond Ring. Estimate:HK$ 9,800,000 – 13,000,000/US$ 1,260,000 – 1,666,000.

Emerald and Diamond Rings

Fabergé Devotion Emerald Ring

As per the records, emeralds were first discovered about 4,000 years ago in Egypt. It is a variety of the mineral beryl. Most emeralds are highly included and it is extremely hard to find “clean” emeralds. As Gemfields describes “unlike most gemstones, the mineralisation of emeralds can only happen when two different rock types with contrasting characteristics under unique conditions come into contact with one another, which makes it one of the rarest gemstones. For Zambian emeralds, it was the specific combination of the 1.6 billion year-old high-grade metamorphic rock named the Talc Magnetite Schist and the younger 500 million year old intruding pegmatite.” The result is a rich and saturated green color, from bright green with yellowish undertones to a vibrant green with bluish undertones.




Fabergé Devotion Emerald Ring
Fabergé Devotion emerald ring







Choker Necklace with Diamonds and Colombian Emeralds by Chopard

This gorgeous Chopard Choker Necklace is a rarity with rich luscious green old-cut Colombian emeralds.

Long associated with Spring and birth, gloriously green emeralds have an extensive history of healing and supernatural powers.




Chopard Choker with diamonds and emeralds
Chopard Choker with diamonds and emeralds
Chopard: The Passion for Excellence 1860-2010
Chopard: The Passion for Excellence 1860-2010

Rare and beautiful, emerald easily earns its reputation as “The Jewel of Kings.” The list of celebrated royalty who conspicuously displayed this green gem includes no less a figure than Cleopatra. Indeed, she may have done a great deal to popularize that connection. The ancients considered these gemstones sacred symbols of fertility and immortality. Reportedly, Cleopatra adorned herself and her palace with emeralds and also gave them as gifts to foreign dignitaries. Most likely, she intended this as a display of wealth and power.
Emerald symbolism encompasses not only royalty but also wit, eloquence, and foresight. Today, emerald also serves as the May birthstone. Whatever its supposed mystical properties, this gem has always been regarded as a superior jewel. Whether the stone of kings or deities, emerald’s stunning color has brought it an honored status amongst cultures worldwide.









No gemstone, including emerald, is ever completely perfect. Most have internal imperfections, or flaws, called inclusions. Inclusions generally decrease the value of gemstones. Not so with emeralds. Many people feel that the tiny flaws add to the character of the emerald. Because the inclusions often look like leaves and vines, they are called jardin, French for “garden.” Other inclusions create a satiny appearance known as silk.

Natural flawless emeralds are extremely rare and extremely expensive. In fact, most dealers regard flaws as an indication that the stone is natural.