Rare! 3.80ct Natural Green Emerald, Ethiopia 10x9mm Oval *Certified #365

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CerRare! 3.80ct 10x9mm Oval Natural Green Emerald, Ethiopia *Certified

Emerald: Video of actual stone
         Also Watch this Emerald stone SPARKLE ON VIDEO at the following link: https://youtu.be/YYHq48AMBzo



This
Natural Emerald originate from Ethiopia and it weigh 3.80 carats. This
Green, Oval shape stone, is size 9.97 x 9.05 x 6.69 mm. Bidding is now
open for this Emerald. Thanks again! We look forward to serving you.
 


 



   



PICTURE & VIDEO IS THE ACTUAL ITEM FOR SALE - Rare! 3.80ct Natural Green Emerald, Ethiopia 10x9mm Oval *Certified #365

  Item Number: SL-HBD014EM-035-019
  Quantity: 1 Pc(s)
  Weight: 3.80Carat.
  Gem Type: Natural Emerald
  Shape: Oval
  Size : 9.97 x 9.05 x 6.69 mm.
  Color: Green
  Clarity: SI
  Luster: Stunning
  Origin: Ethiopia
  Treatment: None
  Hardness: 7.5 – 8.0 on Moh’s scale
  Certificate: GLC Report with Photo Included *Online Verify

FL

IF

VVS1

VVS2

VS1

VS2

SI1

SI2

L1

L2

L3

L4

Flawless Internally
Flawless

Very Very Slightly
Imperfect

Very Slightly Imperfect

Slightly Imperfect

Imperfect

Opaque

Emerald
Found
in – Columbia, Brazil, Russia, Australia, South Africa, Austria,
Norway, Pakistan, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Bolivia, and the USA.
History – A green variety of Beryl, whose name is from the Latin term
smargdus. Emerald’s green color is from the presence of chromium and
vanadium. These stones are the primary birthstone for May and the
accepted stone for the 20th, 35th and the 55th wedding anniversaries.
They are also the stone for the Zodiac sign of Taurus and Cancer.
Emeralds are rarely flawless, and are frequently oiled to fill and
disguise cracks, and add color. These flaws may seem to detract from the
stone’s worth, but are sometimes crucial to proving it’s natural
origin. It is often possible to trace the mine an emerald originated
from by the inclusions found within the stone. Ancient engravings of
cameos and beads made use of flawed stones. Most historical emeralds
were from Cleopatra’s mines in Egypt (Djebel Zabarah – the oldest in the
world), which now yield only poor quality stones. The finest emeralds
are from Colombia. It was known as early as 4000BC, where it was traded
in the gem markets of Babylon. Egyptian mines near the Red Sea were
worked as early as 2000BC – these were the main source till the 16th
century, when the Colombian emeralds were found. The Egyptians displayed
emeralds as a symbol of wealth, but by the middle ages they were so
rare in Europe that they were reserved for decorating holy places, such
as the reliquary of St. Genevieve (patron saint of Paris), set with 175
stones. Conquistadors first brought stone back from South America as
treasure from the Incas and the Aztecs. These stones were from the mines
of Muzo and Cooquez, which are still in use today and still produce the
best emeralds in the world. Metaphysical – Emeralds are traditionally
the stone of truth and superstition is that if anyone wearing an emerald
lies, the stone will immediately shatter. As the stone was associated
with Mercury, the god of travel, it became the protection stone for
travelers. It was thought to offset lasciviousness, shoo away demons,
help memory, and make the owner good at arguing. Also thought to
increase creativity, memory, problem solving, perception, eye disorders,
epilepsy, diseases of the eye & to help neurological disorders.


Additional information

Weight 99.79 g