The vibrant Green Emerald Gemstone is one of the most valuable and sought-after gemstones. It is the most well-known gemstone of the mineral Beryl with the metal Chromium, which gives it its characteristic Bluish-Green colour.
Its vivid green hue has helped it gain appeal. It comes in a variety of colours, ranging from a bluish-green to a deep green. It's easy for it to crack.
The colour of an Emerald Gemstone is normally rated aesthetically; it should be a characteristic shade of dark green with secondary colours of yellow and blue, and it should feel pleasant (rather than warm) to the touch. It can be oil-treated to improve its transparency and quality.
History Of The Emerald Gemstone
These have been respected throughout human history, and India and Egypt were the primary producers of this magnificent diamond in ancient times. They were thought to be a favourite of the Mughal Emperors. The National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., has some good examples.
The healing powers of Emerald were employed by both the Greeks and Egyptians to treat eye disorders. Cleopatra, the Egyptian Empress, is supposed to have been so enamoured by the Emerald gemstone that she acquired possession of all of Egypt's Emerald mines. The Emerald stone promotes speech or communication, according to Aristotle, the ancient Greek Philosopher, and it continues to benefit speech or communication to this day.
Green Emerald jewellery has long been a dream of jewellery collectors all over the world. Women lust over mesmerising green Emerald rings, earrings, necklaces, pendants, bracelets, and other Emerald jewellery. It is frequently worn as Engagement Rings because it symbolises love and fidelity.