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May 19th, 2017
As you may know, each months of the year is associated with its specific gemstone. May’s birthstone is Emerald. lt symbolizes fecundity, fertility and the season of spring, while their brilliant green color inspires images of beauty and new beginnings. It is also one of the most popular gemstones used by jewelers to create one of a kind jewels.
Emeralds come in various shapes and sizes, and are often paired with other precious and semi-precious tones, such as diamonds and sapphires for example, to create beautiful and elegant jewelry.
The rarest type of emerald is the "Trapiche Emerald," which features star shaped rays that seem to come from the center of the stone that bears a hexagonal pattern. This rare type of emerald is only found in Colombia, and often fetch very high prices because of its exquisite beauty.
Popularity of Emerald Jewelry Today
Emeralds are the most popular green colored gemstones in the world. They are featured in all kinds of jewelry, from small pendants to intricate tiaras. A very good example is the Cambridge Emerald Choker, which had originally been a gift to Queen Mary of the UK.
Today, emeralds continue to be very popular all throughout the world, and are used for all kinds of jewelry. Their beauty and versatility makes them a great component for many types of jewelry, and sometimes, even expensive dresses.
Emeralds can also be cut into various shapes, such as hearts, teardrops and even leaves. This versatility allows many jewelers to create intricate designs, such as for example necklaces that feature emeralds arranged into the shape of a leaf or flower, or minimalist raindrop emerald necklaces that look like green drops of rain. Such new designs help to keep emerald fashion alive, and they play a considerable role in the luxury industry.
Different Types of Emerald Jewelry
Like many precious gemstones, emeralds are featured in numerous types of jewelry, including rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, pendants, cuff links and more. So if you're interested in buying emerald jewelry, here are a few ideas that you may be interested in.
First of all, if you're short on cash then a simple solitaire emerald ring may be what you need. Despite the small carat size, this kind of rings is usually quite affordable and attractive. If you are looking for more fancy stuff, there are completely accented with diamonds emerald rings available in platinum, 18 or 14k yellow, rose and white gold.
On the other hand, if you prefer something more ostentatious then there are plenty of emerald necklaces to choose from. These types of gemstone jewelry usually feature a large quantity of gems, and can be very expensive, but also extremely attractive.
Finally, there are different styles of emerald earrings. Dangle earrings are good examples of this. There are plenty of emerald dangles or drop earrings with diamonds, which have absolutely rich appearance and can be worn for the Red Carpet events.
There is no doubt, the emeralds are beautiful gemstones! Their bright green color makes them the perfect symbol for life and fertility. They are also valuable in the sense that they can make even the coldest or most dour looking attire more “green”, summerish, and full of life!