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The Emerald you want for your dazzling earring is right here in our collection. Every cut and form brings out the distinctive brilliance of emerald in a unique way. To begin shopping, choose a shape that fascinates you.
We are a Direct-to-Customer company and we offer gemstones at a price hard to match. Luxury and Quality don't have to come at a cost - they're standard at GemsNY!
We make it easy to buy now and pay later so you don't need to wait to get your dream gemstones and jewelry
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Our metals are the perfect blend of strength and allure.
Choose a guardian metal you want for the protection of your gemstone.
We have answered here the most common questions related to Emerald Earrings
Emerald is a gemstone made of the mineral beryl. Its green color is due the presence of chromium and/or sometimes vanadium. It symbolizes wisdom, spiritual awareness, protection, love and much more. Emerald is the birthstone for those born in May. It is the 55th anniversary stone.
Emeralds are mined in many countries such as Columbia, Zambia, Brazil, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe etc. All the origins have produced some fine quality emeralds.
The price of an emerald starts from around $200 per ct. depending upon its color saturation and size among various other factors; it can go to thousands of dollars! The Rockefeller Emerald, now known as Rockefeller Winston Emerald, was purchased in 2017 by Harry Winston for $5,511,500, or $305,500 per carat - the highest price per carat ever obtained for an emerald.
Yes, you can wear an emerald ring on an everyday basis. It's strong enough to withstand the rigors of daily use. On the Mohs scale of hardness, emeralds measure 8/10.
We recommend buying an emerald from a trusted source where you get a certificate of authenticity along with your stone. All of our gemstones invariably carry our own certificate of authenticity and most are certified by reputed bodies such as GIA, AGL, etc.
Do not clean your emerald with any harsh chemical or petroleum distillate. Use a simple solution of water and gentle soap to clean and then wipe.