Emerald Gemstone Jewellery

Discover the allure of emerald gemstone jewellery, showcasing the mesmerising beauty of these deep green gems. From bluish-green to yellowish-green shades, emerald gems offer remarkable versatility for every jewellery collection. Belonging to the beryl gemstone family, which includes aquamarine, morganite, and yellow heliodor, emeralds hold an esteemed position among the Big Three gemstones, alongside rubies and sapphires. Indulge yourself with a personalised emerald engagement ring, fashion ring, pendant, bracelet, earrings, or an exquisite emerald necklace, all designed to perfectly harmonise with your unique style.

Emerald Gemstone Meaning

Emeralds possess profound meaning and symbolism, representing royalty, elegance, and boldness. Throughout history, emeralds have fascinated jewellery enthusiasts and have been associated with iconic figures such as Cleopatra, who adorned her palace with these exquisite gems.

Additionally, emeralds are the birthstone for those born in May, symbolising growth and renewal, perfectly embodying the spirit of spring. They also make a fitting gift for couples celebrating their 55th wedding anniversary, known as the emerald anniversary, expressing love and admiration. An emerald ring or necklace would be an excellent way to commemorate the occasion and show your spouse how much you love them.

Choosing your Emerald Gemstone Shape

When selecting an emerald stone for your jewellery, there are many shapes and sizes to choose from. The most popular choices for jewellery settings are pear, oval, emerald, round, cushion, and triangular shapes.

Each emerald shape possesses its own distinct characteristics, imparting a unique look and feel to your jewellery piece. A pear-shaped emerald ring, for instance, lends an air of elegance and elongation to your finger, while an oval emerald exudes a timeless and classic appeal. Rest assured, the emerald green stone shines with utmost fashion and breathtaking beauty, regardless of its shape, making it an ideal choice for any occasion or personal style. Allow the allure of emeralds to elevate your jewellery collection and leave a lasting impression.

Emerald Green Colour

The price and value of emeralds are greatly influenced by their remarkable colour. Colour preferences may vary across time and cultures, but today, the most sought-after shade is a pure green with a light to medium-deep tone. When it comes to evaluating emeralds, the presence of vivid secondary colours can decrease their value. Therefore, emeralds with shades of green that exhibit strong bluish or yellow overtones are considered less valuable.

The colour of a green emerald, and consequently its value, is measured by three key characteristics: hue, tone, and saturation. In high-quality emeralds, the colour is evenly distributed, resulting in a captivating visual impact. The origin of the emerald plays a role in determining its colour variations. For example, Zambia, alongside Colombia and Brazil, is among the largest producers of deep green emeralds, while Russian emeralds tend to possess a beautiful bluish-green colour.

Emerald Jewellery Designs

Celebrate the special moments in your relationship or indulge in the splendor of green emerald jewellery. ZCOVA’s skilled in-house designers are dedicated to crafting the perfect pieces for you. From romantic emerald diamond rings that symbolise everlasting love to elegant emerald bracelets that grace your wrist with grace and sophistication, we offer a wide array of exquisite choices. Adorn yourself with stylish emerald earrings that illuminate your look and capture attention. Consider an emerald stone necklace. Whether it's a formal occasion or adding a touch of glamour to a casual ensemble, an emerald necklace is a stunning and eye-catching addition that complements any outfit. Let the emerald's vibrant green allure and natural beauty shine.

All ZCOVA gemstones come with an International Colored Gemstone Laboratory (ICL) Certificate to determine the colour intensity, clarity, and origin of a gem. The gemological laboratory operates under strict rules and adheres to the highest standards of gemological grading.

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The cost of emerald gemstones varies depending on their quality. Lower-grade emeralds can be found for as little as RM 1450, while the finest emeralds can exceed RM 195,000.

ZCOVA’s range of emerald jewellery is made with gemstones certified by the International Colored Gemstone Laboratory (ICL), which adheres to the highest standards of gemological grading and therefore guarantees the authenticity of our emeralds.

The most reliable methodto check for genuine emeralds is its gem certificate, such as the ICL certificate that accompanies all ZCOVA gemstones. It provides assurance of the emerald's authenticity, colour and clarity.

The most popular emerald colour boasts a pure green hue, with a light-to-medium deep tone and full saturation. However, bluish-green emeralds are also highly regarded, as the blue overtones can enhance the gem's perceived darkness.

Several crucial factors should be considered when selecting a top-notch emerald: colour, clarity, cut, and certification. Look for vivid and intense green colour with minimal inclusions, a well-cut shape that showcases the gem's clarity and colour, and ensure that the emerald comes with proper certification. While carat size is significant, prioritise the quality of the emerald stone itself.

Colombia, Zambia and Brazil are widely recognised as the leading producers of top-quality natural emeralds worldwide, accounting for 70-90% of the global emerald market. Colombian emeralds are prized for their unique characteristics, intense green hue, and exceptional clarity. They are highly coveted by gemstone enthusiasts and collectors alike. Additionally, Colombia is the sole source of rare trapiche emeralds, which exhibit a distinctive radial pattern of impurities resembling wheel spokes. Despite their higher cost, Colombian emeralds remain the most valuable and sought-after on the market.

Yes. Emeralds are durable and scratch-resistant, with a Mohs scale hardness of 7.5, which makes them suitable for daily wear with care.