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Drop Dead Gorgeous Emerald
While this one-of-a-kind piece was made for a client, we are able to create a unique version just for you within your desired price range. Please contact us by email if this is of interest. If you want to read more about our custom process, click here.
Meet our signature design featuring one of the rarest gemstones on earth and Queen Cleopatras favorite: the emerald!
The emerald is set in front of the ring band, giving the illusion that the emerald is floating on your finger. The round silhouette of the pear shape fits neatly alongside the rounded ring band, ensuring a truly unique and one-of-a-kind design.
Every piece is hand made with love, and we are so sure about the quality of our products that we offer a lifetime warranty should there be any manufacturing fault.
For more information on the Nangi warranty, please visit our Terms & Conditions page
This piece is made-to-order just for you and cannot be refunded. For more information on Nangi returns, please visit our Terms & Conditions page
Emerald is the bluish green to green variety of beryl, a mineral species that includes aquamarine. Emerald’s lush green has soothed souls and excited imaginations since antiquity. Its name comes from the ancient Greek word for green, “smaragdus.”
Emeralds are the rarest gemstones and are typically mined in Colombia, Brazil, Afghanistan and Zambia. The first known Emerald mines were in Egypt, dating from at least 330 BC into the 1700's.
The gemstone has many special qualities, but colored stone professionals generally agree that emeralds are, most of all, about color. Emerald has been the standard for green among colored stones for thousands of years.
Emeralds typically contain inclusions that are visible to the unaided eye. Because of this, trade members and some consumers understand and accept the presence of inclusions in emeralds.
It’s important to understand that inclusions are a natural part of emeralds, and you should always expect to find them. Inclusions in emeralds are special, and if an emerald doesn't have any inclusions it is most likely synthetic, or an imitation. Emerald inclusions are often described as looking mossy or garden-like. They’re sometimes called “jardin,” which is French for garden. In the rare case of eye-clean emeralds, they are especially valuable.
Emerald scores an 8 on Mohs Hardness Scale.
This unique gemstone is the birthstone of May and is considered to be a symbol of rebirth and love. It symbolizes hope, growth, renewal and the search for meaning.
Cleopatra was known to have a passion for emerald, and used it in her royal adornments. Legends endowed the wearer with the ability to foresee the future when emerald was placed under the tongue, as well as to reveal truth and be protected against evil spells. Emerald was once also believed to cure diseases like cholera and malaria. Wearing an emerald was believed to reveal the truth or falseness of a lover’s oath as well as make one an eloquent speaker.
Legend also states that emerald was one of the four precious stones given by God to King Solomon. These four stones were said to have endowed the king with power over all creation.
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