Gift Your Loved Ones the Happiness of an Emerald!

May 24, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Jewelry

Who does not love gifts? Anniversaries, birthdays, and various occasions call for giving some kind of gifts to your loved ones. However, most of the times one cannot decide what should be gifted. Each one to its own! People have different choices, and liking towards certain kinds of things. Females will be more oriented towards clothes, shoes, bags,  best emerald diamond ring, whereas men find watches, shoes, glasses and such other stuffs more fascinating. Deciding on the gift takes longer than buying the gift itself!

There are some gifts which are definitely liked by all women, be it old or young-EMERALDS! Be it anniversaries or birthdays, engagement, weddings or achievement. Emeralds are a perfect gift for every occasion. However, buying natural emerald necklace requires good amount of knowledge about the various aspects of the diamond itself. Let us discuss some facts and the dos and don’ts that are important while buying emerald.

History

The history of emerald dates back to the ancient Greek times. Emerald is an ancient Greek word which means “Green”.  Emerald gems are softer than diamonds and hence were more prone to breaking.

The stepped facets gave them more stability, and also enhanced the look of the gem even more. There are a total of 58 facets in the dimension and cuts of an emerald, which includes 25 cuts on the crown, 25 cuts on the pavilion and 8 cuts on the trap cut. If you are looking for a uniquely shaped diamond then Emerald is the best choice among all the other diamonds.

Points to remember while buying a Emerald ring or necklace:

  1. Choose the size of the stone that you want to buy. A one-carat Emerald will look larger than a one-carat diamond, as it has less weight.
  2. Enquire about the finishing processes through which the stone was passed like oiling, and other clarity treatments. The more transparent quality and uniform color, the more precious is the stone.
  3. Emeralds are very fragile. So make sure that the stone setting on the ring is extremely protected and supports the emerald from all sides.
  4. Chromium, vanadium and iron are the three elements that decide the hue of the Emerald. However, be sure to purchase it from a reputed source as no certificate (unlike diamonds) or any specific color can assure about its originality and quality.
  5. It takes quite a few years of experience to recognize the subtle variations in the color of the Emerald and its worth. Play safe by choosing a stone which is not too yellow and not too blue and obtain a Gubelin certificate.

After keeping in mind these important aspects, and carefully going through the dos and don’ts you can go ahead and gift your loved the precious stone jewelry with ease and rest assured that they are going to love the gift and remember it for a lifetime.

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Howdy and welcome to ExoticGold Jewelry. A place to find the most sought-after Jewels from around the world and certified gems of every kind. We sell the finest quality gems and heirloom-worthy pieces in 22K & 18K gold and platinum. At ExoticGold jewelry, it is our desire to help our clients find the perfect piece of jewelry for their loved one or for that special occasion. We are a family owned business located in Texas, USA. We strive to provide exceptional customer service and a positive buying experience for all our clients. We hope you will give us the chance to serve you with all your fine jewelry needs. Please feel free to contact us with any concerns or queries. We are here to help.

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