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  • SKU1636176721 CNGLD
  • CARAT4.04
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT11.07x8.09
  • LABGIA

$4,552

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  • SKU1186176746 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.83
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT11.18x8.43
  • LABGIA

$4,898

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  • SKU3816176704 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.31
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT7.82x7.48
  • LABGIA

$4,996

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  • SKU3566176707 CNGLD
  • CARAT3.42
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT10.53x8.66
  • LABGIA

$5,174

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  • SKU6346176744 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.74
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT8.21x6.68
  • LABGIA

$5,211

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  • SKU0756176717 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.75
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT10.05x6.98
  • LABGIA

$6,036

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  • SKU3946176740 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.99
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT11.97x8.38
  • LABGIA

$6,439

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  • SKU7976176727 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.63
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT6.77x6.74
  • LABGIA

$6,666

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  • SKU8086176718 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.18
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT6.33x6.14
  • LABGIA

$7,106

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  • SKU5316176711 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.79
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT7.76x6.69
  • LABGIA

$7,690

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  • SKU5646176731 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.81
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT7.1x6.97
  • LABGIA

$7,773

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  • SKU1916176724 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.14
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT6.43x6.38
  • LABGIA

$7,831

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  • SKU4816176705 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.72
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT8.46x7.98
  • LABGIA

$8,162

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  • SKU7386176710 CNGLD
  • CARAT3.06
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT12.51x8.45
  • LABGIA

$9,148

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  • SKU6095965985 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.79
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT11.46x8.23
  • LABGIA

$10,676

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  • SKU6406176726 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.24
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT6.17x6.14
  • LABGIA

$11,575

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  • SKU2225303531 CGLD
  • CARAT3.44
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT10.18x8.63x4.88
  • LABGIA

$11,674

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  • SKU0215324903 CNGLD
  • CARAT3.44
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT10.18x8.63
  • LABGIA

$11,674

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  • SKU5906176725 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.07
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT7.0x5.08
  • LABGIA

$11,799

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  • SKU8916176720 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.14
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT7.56x7.53
  • LABGIA

$13,497

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  • SKU1106176732 CNGLD
  • CARAT4.35
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT10.21x11.56
  • LABGIA

$14,690

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  • SKU6406176728 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.59
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT7.89x7.85
  • LABGIA

$14,764

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  • SKU3636176749 CNGLD
  • CARAT4.56
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT17.3x9.12
  • LABGIA

$17,274

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  • SKU7246176715 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.72
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT6.77x6.59
  • LABGIA

$17,373

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  • SKU4706176736 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.45
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT7.34x6.03
  • LABGIA

$18,293

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  • SKU4386176723 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.52
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT7.67x7.65
  • LABGIA

$19,162

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  • SKU2286176734 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.66
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT8.03x5.67
  • LABGIA

$19,527

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  • SKU5576176703 CNGLD
  • CARAT4.08
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT13.89x8.57
  • LABGIA

$20,554

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  • SKU4296176730 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.02
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT5.93x5.78
  • LABGIA

$23,511

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  • SKU5156176729 CNGLD
  • CARAT7.46
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT13.27x10.41
  • LABGIA

$24,994

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  • SKU6216176719 CNGLD
  • CARAT9.13
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT15.24x11.91
  • LABGIA

$32,796

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  • SKU1736176716 CNGLD
  • CARAT4.85
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT12.1x8.86
  • LABGIA

$60,537

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  • SKU4416176714 CNGLD
  • CARAT5.71
  • COLORGreen
  • MEASUREMENT12.46x9.67
  • LABGIA

$331,359

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About Emerald Gemstones

Emeralds have been valued and revered for centuries, and they carry a range of symbolic meanings and cultural significance. Here are some common interpretations associated with emerald gemstones:

  1. Symbol of Renewal and Growth: The vibrant green color of emeralds is often associated with nature, renewal, and growth. The lush green hue is reminiscent of spring and the rejuvenation of life.
  2. Love and Rebirth: In some cultures, emeralds are seen as symbols of love and rebirth. The green color is thought to represent the renewal of love and the promise of a fresh beginning.
  3. Symbol of Wisdom: Throughout history, emeralds have been linked to wisdom and intellectual growth. The gemstone is believed to enhance mental clarity, memory, and insight.
  4. Protection and Good Fortune: Emeralds are sometimes considered protective stones, believed to ward off negative energies and bring good fortune to the wearer.
  5. Associated with Venus, the Goddess of Love: In ancient Roman mythology, emeralds were associated with Venus, the goddess of love and beauty. The gemstone was believed to bring love and fertility.
  6. Calming and Healing Properties: Some people believe that emeralds have calming and healing properties. They are thought to promote emotional balance, soothe the soul, and provide a sense of harmony.
  7. Symbol of Wealth and Prosperity: In certain cultures, emeralds are considered symbols of wealth and prosperity. The rich green color is associated with abundance and affluence.
  8. Birthstone for May: Emerald is the birthstone for the month of May, and it is often chosen as a meaningful and personalized gift for individuals born in that month.

It's important to note that the symbolic meaning of gemstones can vary across cultures and individual beliefs. The allure of emeralds extends beyond their symbolism, as they are also valued for their stunning green color and rarity. When choosing an emerald for jewelry, considerations such as color, clarity, cut, and carat weight are essential factors in determining the overall beauty and value of the gemstone.

While emeralds are undoubtedly beautiful gemstones, they may not be the most practical choice for an engagement ring for everyone. Emeralds are softer and more brittle than some other gemstones, such as diamonds, making them more prone to scratching and damage. However, many people still choose emeralds for engagement rings for their stunning green color and symbolic meanings. Here are some factors to consider:

  1. Hardness: Emeralds have a hardness of 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale, which is lower than that of diamonds (10). This means that emeralds are more susceptible to scratches and abrasions over time. If the wearer is particularly active or rough on their jewelry, an emerald might not be the most durable choice.
  2. Inclusions: Emeralds often contain natural inclusions (internal flaws), which are sometimes referred to as "jardin" (French for garden) due to their appearance. While inclusions are part of the character of emeralds, they may impact the stone's durability.
  3. Treatment: Many emeralds on the market undergo treatments, such as oiling, to enhance their clarity and appearance. It's essential to be aware of any treatments your emerald may have undergone and to understand how they might affect the stone over time.
  4. Color Preferences: If you and your partner are drawn to the rich green color of emeralds and appreciate their unique beauty, an emerald engagement ring can be a meaningful choice.
  5. Setting and Metal Choice: Choosing a protective setting and a durable metal, such as platinum or gold, can help minimize the risk of damage to the emerald. Bezel settings or designs that protect the corners of the stone may be preferable.
  6. Care and Maintenance: Regular cleaning and care are essential for maintaining the beauty of an emerald engagement ring. Avoid exposure to harsh chemicals, extreme temperatures, and activities that could lead to damage.

Ultimately, the choice of an emerald for an engagement ring is a personal one. If you prioritize the symbolism, unique beauty, and color of emeralds and are willing to take extra care to protect the stone, an emerald engagement ring can be a stunning and distinctive choice. However, it's crucial to be aware of the gemstone's characteristics and make an informed decision based on your lifestyle and preferences.

Emeralds are often treated to enhance their color and clarity, and various methods have been employed for centuries. Some of the common treatments for emeralds include:

  1. Oil Treatment: This is one of the oldest and most traditional treatments for emeralds. Oiling involves filling surface-reaching fractures or cavities in the emerald with a colorless oil or resin to improve clarity and appearance. The oil also helps reduce the visibility of inclusions. Cedarwood oil is commonly used for this purpose.
  2. Resin and Polymer Filling: In addition to traditional oils, modern treatments may involve using colorless resins or polymers to fill fractures and improve the overall appearance of emeralds. This treatment can be more stable than oiling.
  3. Exclusion of Air: Some emeralds are treated by filling fractures with substances that exclude air, such as colorless oils, resins, or polymers. This minimizes the appearance of fractures and enhances the emerald's transparency.
  4. Clarity Enhancement: Various methods are used to enhance the clarity of emeralds, including fracture filling with oils or other substances. These treatments aim to make the inclusions less visible and improve the overall look of the emerald.
  5. Heat Treatment: While less common than with other gemstones like sapphires, heat treatment can be applied to emeralds to improve their color. However, it's essential to note that emeralds are more sensitive to heat than some other gemstones, and this treatment is not as widely used.

It's crucial for consumers to be aware of the treatments applied to emeralds and to receive full disclosure from sellers. Reputable jewelers and gemstone dealers should provide information about any treatments, and consumers should inquire about the treatment history when making a purchase.
Natural, untreated emeralds are highly valued, but the majority of emeralds in the market have undergone some form of treatment. The key is transparency, with sellers disclosing the treatments applied to ensure that consumers can make informed decisions.