Emerald rings: The rings made of the world famous emeralds

Published: 17th August 2011
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Emerald rings have gained popularity among women from all over the globe. Their rich greenish colour freezes every eye of the world and one cannot restrict himself from staring at these gorgeous rings. A woman wearing these rings looks out of the world. These rings give you that eternal feel that undoubtedly adds to your bliss and makes moments special. The article is a guide to buying the perfect piece out of these astonishingly beautiful emerald rings. It is advised reading on further for some beneficial information.

The emeralds are made up of mineral called Beryl. The reason behind the green shade in an emerald is the presence of chromium and vanadium. Chromium and Beryl are mixed together and green colour is generated. Oil is used for retaining the shine of beautiful emerald rings. The experts consider oil to be a perfect colour intensifier, which magically intensifies the greenish colour in an emerald. It is a warning for every emerald owner that one should not keep emerald rings in an ultrasonic machine. This results in removal of oil off the emerald and its shine fades off gradually. Rather use a piece of cotton cloth to keep the emerald clean and shiny.

There are some emerald rings too, the cost of which is even more than the diamonds. You might be shocked knowing this but this is what the experts in the field say. A best quality emerald has the inclusions which can be seen only with the help of a magnifying device. Usually, the colour of the emerald is what decides its quality. The darker ones are considered to be of superior quality and vice-versa. An emerald owner needs to take proper care of their rings. It is recommended not to wear the ring when you are doing some house-hold chores or you are playing an outdoor sport. Do remember that these rings are fragile in nature and you never know when you see a crack in your emerald.

The green gems used for manufacturing the emerald rings are found in Columbia, which have been coined as ‘Columbian emeralds’. There were stones in America too, which constituted mostly of Vanadium and a small amount of Beryl. These were called ‘Vanadium emeralds’. However, these were never kept in the club of true emeralds. These might have lacked the traits, which define an emerald.

Author Bio: The author is an expert in field of stones, especially the emeralds. He keeps a good knowledge about the emerald rings, which are first choice of many women. For more information, you can visit www.gemsny.com

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