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Since ancient times, people have been enthralled by the stunning emerald, from Zambia to Brazil to Colombia’s emerald mines. One of the most expensive and sought-after jewels in the world, it is used to make a wide range of precious stones, including rings, necklaces, or earrings. Emeralds were first discovered in the Sinai Peninsula in 2000 BC. The jewels that Greek miners found were given to Cleopatra, and over time, emeralds—the gemstone of Venus, the goddess of love and hope—have come to be recognized as a sign of love and truth. Here we will discuss 3 trendy types of emeralds for you to consider.

Hydrothermal Emerald

The hydrothermal procedure is the most common method for producing synthetic emeralds. In order to produce an emerald that seems real but is actually a replica, this procedure uses pressure and heat. In essence, a hydrothermal emerald is generally a substitute for a synthetic emerald and an imitation one, however, due to the method used to make this kind of gem, it is more expensive than other synthetic emeralds made using flame-fusion.


 Natural Emerald

Emeralds, also known as natural beryl, are merely very authentic emeralds whose look has not been altered. They are the one that are extracted from various parts of the world and put to a variety of uses, such as making stunning emerald engagement rings.

They cost more than ordinary emeralds since they are more expensive to acquire and rarer. A three-carat emerald, for instance, is going to cost over three one-carat emeralds, even if they’re of equal grade, simply because a real emerald is getting harder to find.

Trapiche Emerald

This kind of emerald is extremely rare yet magnificent, and it is typically found in the Americas in the brains of Columbia. Some of the aforementioned emeralds have a hexagonal center and resemble spoked wheels. The inclusions in this genuine emerald are very stunning and resemble the cat’s eyes due to the manner they were produced.

The majority of buyers go for emeralds that range from a lush, clear green color with brilliant color saturation plus a tone that is not too dark. The most sought-after emeralds are those that have no color zoning, are exceptionally translucent, and have the color distributed uniformly throughout the gem.

Smaller sizes are more sought-after than larger ones, as with most gemstones. Additionally, larger ones are far more expensive to buy. A one-carat diamond of decent quality, for instance, will set you back at least $500, and a five-carat stone may cost you more than $1,000.

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