• Oct 6
    Genuine Natural Ruby AA Oval Faceted Loose Gemstones (4x3mm 9x7mm)

    NATURAL RUBY OVAL AA QUALITY. This is a genuine earth mined 100% natural Ruby gemstone. Hardness : 9 on Mohs scale. The item “Genuine Natural Ruby AA Oval Faceted Loose Gemstones (4x3mm 9x7mm)” is in sale since Thursday, May 12, 2016. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Loose Diamonds & Gemstones\Loose Gemstones\Ruby\Natural Rubies”. The seller is “gemsbysun” and is located in Bangkok, Bangkok. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Shape: Oval
    • Color: Reddish Pink
    • Quality: AA Quality
    • Sizes with Variations: 4×3 mm – 9×7 mm
  • Sep 25
  • Aug 19
  • Aug 19
    Top Natural African Red Ruby Round Faceted Cut Loose Gemstones Lot For Jewelry

    TOP NATURAL AFRICAN RED RUBY ROUND FACETED CUT LOOSE GEMSTONES LOT FOR JEWELRY. EITHER YOU CAN DESIGN YOUR JEWELRY OR MAKE LOTS OF MOUNTED RINGS/PENDANTS. SHAPE : ROUND FACETED CUT. 07 – 9 MM. Please check my other products below. 3220 CT CERTIFIED BIGGEST NATURAL DEEP BLUE AFRICAN SAPPHIRE AUTHENTIC GEMSTONE. 1075 CARAT HUGE AFRICAN BLUE OVAL SAPPHIRE DYNAMIC STUNNING GEMSTONE NR! 256 Ct7 Pcs Oval Pear Cabochon Natural Blue Gold Marks Lapis Lazuli Gems Lot. Beautiful 57.50 Ct Untreated Faceted Round Shape Smoky Quartz Loose Gemstone. FREE CERTIFIED 1510 CTS 100% NATURAL PIGEON BLOOD RED RUBY OVAL FACETED HUGE GEM. 130.10 CT NATURAL RAREST UNTREATED BI-COLOR SAPPHIRES WHOLESALE LOTPENDANT SIZE. 845 Ct /64 Pcs Natural African Top Blue Sapphire Gems Lot For Jewelry//Rings. 15005 Carat /18 PCS CERTIFIED NATURAL EMERALD RUBY & SAPPHIRES WHOLESALE LOT. Oval Cut Untreated Ceylon Yellow Sapphire Loose Gemstone 10.60 Ct For Ring. VVS 38 CTS/19 PCS FINEST QUALITY UNTREATED NATURAL SANTA MARIA AQUAMARINES LOOSE. 38.00 Cts Natural Citrine AAA Oval 24×18 mm (1 pc) Brilliant Cut Loose Gemstone. CERTIFIED 100% NATURAL MUSEUM SIZE 1090CT EARTH MINED BRAZILIAN GREEN EMERALD. 115 CARAT AFRICAN BLUE OVAL SAPPHIRE DYNAMIC STUNNING GEMSTONE NR! 250 Diamonds 1.7-2.5mm /5 CT Natural Champagne Diamonds Rounds Wholesale GEM EDH. 440 Cts/11 Pcs Exclusive Natural Blue Sapphires Wholesale Gemstones 21mm-28mm. 1210 CTS HAND MADE CARVING CERTIFIED BRAZILIAN DARK GREEN EMERALD OVAL GEMSTONE. FREE CERTIFICATE 405 CTS AFRICAN BLOOD RED OVAL NATURAL RUBY STUNNING GEMSTONE. 170 CARAT AFRICAN BEAUTIFUL DARK BLUE SAPPHIRE PEAR SHAPED GEMSTONE FOR PENDANT. 1090 CT KGCL CERTIFIED 100% NATURAL RARE MUSEUM SIZE PIGEON BLOOD RED HUGE RUBY. Finest Quality Natural Untreated Ruby Necklace W Huge Carved Silver Pendant. 111 CT/9 PCS NATURAL AAA CHECKER CUT RED RUBIES FOR RING/PEDANT CALIBRATED 16 mm. Finest Quality VVS 195 Ct/9 Pcs Brazilian Untreated Yellow Citrine For Pendant. 11550 Cts Natural Gorgeous Rainbow Moonstone Mix Cabochon Wholesale Lot Gemstone. 56.30 CARATS/18 PCS NATURAL BLUE AQUAMARINE RING SIZE WHOLESALE LOT9MM-15MM. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “TOP NATURAL AFRICAN RED RUBY ROUND FACETED CUT LOOSE GEMSTONES LOT FOR JEWELRY” is in sale since Thursday, September 22, 2016. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Loose Diamonds & Gemstones\Loose Gemstones\Ruby\Natural Rubies”. The seller is “gems-india” and is located in Delhi, DELHI. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Shape: Round Faceted Cut
    • Brand: #gemsindia
    • Treatment: Color Enhanced
    • Transparency: Semi-Translucent
    • Cut Grade: Excellent
    • Country of Origin: Africa
    • Country/Region of Manufacture: India
    • Color: Red
    • Gem Size: 07 – 9 mm
  • Jun 9
    NATURAL LOOSE EMERALD GREEN GEM 7X8mm OCTAGON LARGE 1.95CT FACETED GEMSTONE EM5

    NATURAL LOOSE EMERALD GREEN GEM 7X8mm OCTAGON LARGE 1.95CT FACETED GEMSTONE EM5

    NATURAL LOOSE EMERALD GREEN GEM 7X8mm OCTAGON LARGE 1.95CT FACETED GEMSTONE EM5

    Superb Hand Cut Natural Gemstone Natural Emerald 7×8 octagon 1.95ct faceted AA gemstone Natural Emerald – for Gemstone collectors, for Jewellery designers or for Mystic and positive energy as an amulet Colour: Medium to deep green Clarity: Moderately included Treatment: Oiled Gold ring (wedding band) not included and shown for size comparing only. Emerald Mohs hardness 7.5-8, Specific gravity 2.68-2.78, Refractive index 1.5601.602. Emeralds are a green member of the Beryl clan, coloured green by trace amounts of chromium and sometimes vanadium. Most emeralds are highly included, so their toughness and resistance to breakage is classified as generally poor. The word Emerald is derived from Old French: Esmeraude and Middle English: Emeraude, and from Latin: Esmaralda/Esmaraldus, a variant of Latin Smaragdus, which originated in Greek: (smaragdos; “green gem”); its original source being either the Hebrew word izmargad meaning “emerald” or “green” or the Sanskrit word marakata meaning green. ” The name could also be related to the Semitic word baraq (“lightning” or “shine) cf. Hebrew: bareqeth and Arabic: barq “lightning”. It is the same source for the names Persian (zomorrod), Turkish (zümrüt), Sanskrit (maragdam), Russian (izumrud) and Armenian zmruxt. Emeralds, like all colored gemstones, are graded using four basic parameters, the four Cs of Connoisseurship; Colour , Cut, Clarity and Crystal. The last C, crystal is simply used as a synonym that begins with C for transparency or what gemologists call diaphaneity. Before the 20th century, jewellers used the term water as in “a gem of the finest water” to express the combination of two qualities, colour and crystal. Normally, in the grading of coloured gemstones, colour is by far the most important criteria. However, in the grading of emerald, crystal is considered a close second. Both are necessary conditions. A fine emerald must possess not only a pure verdant green hue, but also a high degree of transparency to be considered a top gem. Colour is divided into three components: hue, saturation and tone. Yellow and blue, the hues found adjacent to green on the spectral color wheel, are the normal secondary hues found in emerald. Emeralds occur in hues ranging from yellow-green to blue-green. The primary hue must, of course, be green. Only gems that are medium to dark in tone are considered emerald. Light-toned gems are known by the species name, green beryl. In addition, the hue must be bright and vivid. Emerald tends to have numerous inclusions and surface breaking fissures. Unlike diamond, where the loupe standard, i. 10X magnification, is used to grade clarity, emerald is graded by eye. Thus, if an emerald has no visible inclusions to the eye it is considered flawless. Stones that lack surface breaking fissures are extremely rare and therefore almost all emeralds are treated, “oiled”, to enhance the apparent clarity. Eye-clean stones of a vivid primary green hue with no more than 15% of any secondary hue or combination either blue or yellow of a medium-dark tone command the highest prices. This relative crystal non-uniformity makes emeralds more likely than other gemstones to be cut into cabochons, rather than faceted shapes. Most emeralds are oiled as part of the post lapidary process, in order to improve their clarity. Cedar oil, having a similar refractive index, is often used in this generally accepted practice. Other liquids, including synthetic oils and polymers with refractive indexes close to that of emerald such as Opticon are also used. The use of oil is traditional and largely accepted by the gem trade. Other treatments, for example the use of green-tinted oil, are not acceptable in the trade. Given that the vast majority of all emeralds are treated as described above, and the fact that two stones that appear to be similar in quality may actually be quite far apart in treatment level. All other factors being equal, a high quality emerald with an enhancement level graded moderate should cost 4050% less than an identical stone graded none. To promote love, romance, joy, cleansing, clairvoyance, clear vision, memory, faith, intuition, serenity, intelligence and communication. This is a truth-promoting stone, inspiring deep knowing from within. Emerald – Stone of Successful Love domestic bliss, stimulates heart charka, harmony, fidelity, joy, all healing. The item “NATURAL LOOSE EMERALD GREEN GEM 7X8mm OCTAGON LARGE 1.95CT FACETED GEMSTONE EM5″ is in sale since Thursday, June 08, 2017. This item is in the category “Jewellery & Watches\Loose Diamonds & Gemstones\Emerald\Natural Emeralds”. The seller is “theantiquetrade” and is located in Manchester, Lancashire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Gemstone: Emerald
    • Colour: green
    • Carat: 1.1-2.5Carat
    • Natural/Synthetic: Natural
    • Cut: Emerald Cut
    • Shape: Emerald
  • May 19
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  • Mar 4
    Natural Loose Emerald Gem 7.8x11mm Pear 2.25ct Faceted A Gemstone Em9

    Natural Loose Emerald Gem 7.8x11mm Pear 2.25ct Faceted A Gemstone Em9

    Natural Loose Emerald Gem 7.8x11mm Pear 2.25ct Faceted A Gemstone Em9

    NATURAL LOOSE EMERALD GEM 7.8X11MM PEAR 2.25CT FACETED A GEMSTONE EM9. Superb Hand Cut Natural Gemstone Natural Emerald 7.8×11 pear 2.25ct faceted A-AA gemstone Natural Emerald – for Gemstone collectors, for Jewellery designers or for Mystic and positive energy as an amulet Colour: Medium green Clarity: Included Treatment: Oiled Gold ring (wedding band) not included and shown for size comparing only. Emerald Mohs hardness 7.5-8, Specific gravity 2.68-2.78, Refractive index 1.5601.602. Emeralds are a green member of the Beryl clan, colored green by trace amounts of chromium and sometimes vanadium. Most emeralds are highly included, so their toughness and resistance to breakage is classified as generally poor. The word Emerald is derived from Old French: Esmeraude and Middle English: Emeraude, and from Latin: Esmaralda/Esmaraldus, a variant of Latin Smaragdus, which originated in Greek: (smaragdos; “green gem”); its original source being either the Hebrew word izmargad meaning “emerald” or “green” or the Sanskrit word marakata meaning green. ” The name could also be related to the Semitic word baraq (“lightning” or “shine) cf. Hebrew: bareqeth and Arabic: barq “lightning”. It is the same source for the names Persian (zomorrod), Turkish (zümrüt), Sanskrit (maragdam), Russian (izumrud) and Armenian zmruxt. Emeralds, like all colored gemstones, are graded using four basic parameters, the four Cs of Connoisseurship; Color, Cut, Clarity and Crystal. The last C, crystal is simply used as a synonym that begins with C for transparency or what gemologists call diaphaneity. Before the 20th century, jewelers used the term water as in “a gem of the finest water” to express the combination of two qualities, colour and crystal. Normally, in the grading of coloured gemstones, colour is by far the most important criteria. However, in the grading of emerald, crystal is considered a close second. Both are necessary conditions. A fine emerald must possess not only a pure verdant green hue, but also a high degree of transparency to be considered a top gem. Colour is divided into three components: hue, saturation and tone. Yellow and blue, the hues found adjacent to green on the spectral colour wheel, are the normal secondary hues found in emerald. Emeralds occur in hues ranging from yellow-green to blue-green. The primary hue must, of course, be green. Only gems that are medium to dark in tone are considered emerald. Light-toned gems are known by the species name, green beryl. In addition, the hue must be bright and vivid. Emerald tends to have numerous inclusions and surface breaking fissures. Unlike diamond, where the loupe standard, i. 10X magnification, is used to grade clarity, emerald is graded by eye. Thus, if an emerald has no visible inclusions to the eye it is considered flawless. Stones that lack surface breaking fissures are extremely rare and therefore almost all emeralds are treated, “oiled”, to enhance the apparent clarity. Eye-clean stones of a vivid primary green hue with no more than 15% of any secondary hue or combination either blue or yellow of a medium-dark tone command the highest prices. This relative crystal non-uniformity makes emeralds more likely than other gemstones to be cut into cabochons, rather than faceted shapes. Most emeralds are oiled as part of the post lapidary process, in order to improve their clarity. Cedar oil, having a similar refractive index, is often used in this generally accepted practice. Other liquids, including synthetic oils and polymers with refractive indexes close to that of emerald such as Opticon are also used. The use of oil is traditional and largely accepted by the gem trade. Other treatments, for example the use of green-tinted oil, are not acceptable in the trade. Given that the vast majority of all emeralds are treated as described above, and the fact that two stones that appear to be similar in quality may actually be quite far apart in treatment level. All other factors being equal, a high quality emerald with an enhancement level graded moderate should cost 4050% less than an identical stone graded none. To promote love, romance, joy, cleansing, clairvoyance, clear vision, memory, faith, intuition, serenity, intelligence and communication. This is a truth-promoting stone, inspiring deep knowing from within. Emerald – Stone of Successful Love domestic bliss, stimulates heart charka, harmony, fidelity, joy, all healing. The Breastplate of Aaron: a ceremonial religious garment set with twelve gemstones that represented the twelve tribes of Israel. It was square — a span [22 centimetres] long and a span wide — and folded double. Then they mounted four rows of precious stones on it. In the first row there was a ruby, a topaz and a beryl; in the second row a turquoise, a sapphire and an emerald. The Twelve Tribes of Israel In Exodus 28:17-21, specific gemstones were associated with the twelve tribes of Israel. People of Jewish heritage may wish to select their birthstones based on tribal names. Historians have complied several lists of which stone goes with each name. Emerald is associated with the tribe of Levi. Christianity influenced the symbolism of gemstones. Specific gemstones were also associated with the twelve apostles. Emerald associated with apostle James/John. May modern birthstone- emerald, ancient traditional birthstones: Arabic – emerald, Hindu – emerald, Polish – emerald. June ancient traditional birthstones: Hebrew – emerald, Roman – emerald. Zodiac gemstone for Cancer – emerald Guardian angel Muriel and his talisman stone – emerald. Emerald care: Wash with warm soapy water, Avoid harsh detergents, Never clean ultrasonically, Never steam clean. The item “NATURAL LOOSE EMERALD GEM 7.8X11MM PEAR 2.25CT FACETED A GEMSTONE EM9″ is in sale since Thursday, March 02, 2017. This item is in the category “Jewellery & Watches\Loose Diamonds & Gemstones\Emerald\Natural Emeralds”. The seller is “theantiquetrade” and is located in Manchester, Lancashire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Shape: Pear
    • Colour: green
    • Gemstone: Emerald
    • Carat: 1.1-2.5Carat
    • Natural/Synthetic: Natural
    • Cut: Pear Shape
  • Jan 5
    Natural Loose Ruby Gem 5x7 Oval Faceted 1.1ct Gemstone Ru28

    Natural Loose Ruby Gem 5x7 Oval Faceted 1.1ct Gemstone Ru28

    Natural Loose Ruby Gem 5x7 Oval Faceted 1.1ct Gemstone Ru28

    Superb Natural Gemstone Natural Ruby 5×7 oval 1.1ct faceted gemstone Colour: Deep red Clarity: AA lightly included Treatment: Heat treated Natural Ruby – for Gemstone collectors, for Jewellery designers or for Mystic and positive energy as an amulet Gold ring (wedding band) not included and shown for size comparing only. Ruby Mohs hardness 9, Specific gravity 4, Refractive index 1.760-1.770. A ruby is a pink to blood-red gemstone, a variety of the mineral corundum (aluminium oxide). The red colour is caused mainly by the presence of the element chromium. Its name comes from ruber, Latin for red. Other varieties of gem-quality corundum are called sapphires. The ruby is considered one of the four precious stones, together with the sapphire, the emerald, and the diamond. Rubies have historically been mined in Thailand, Cambodia, and in Afghanistan. Rubies have been found in Sri Lanka. After the Second World War ruby deposits were found in Tanzania, Madagascar, Vietnam, Nepal, Tajikistan, and Pakistan. A few rubies have been found in the U. States of Montana, North Carolina, and South Carolina. More recently, large ruby deposits have been found under the receding ice shelf of Greenland. In 2002 rubies were found in the Waseges River area of Kenya. Prices of rubies are primarily determined by colour. The brightest and most valuable “red” called pigeon blood-red, commands a huge premium over other rubies of similar quality. After colon follows clarity: similar to diamonds, a clear stone will command a premium, but a ruby without any needle-like rutile inclusions may indicate that the stone has been treated. Cut and carat (weight) also determine the price. All natural rubies have imperfections in them, including colour impurities and inclusions of rutile needles known as “silk”. Gemologists use these needle inclusions found in natural rubies to distinguish them from synthetics, simulants, or substitutes. Usually the rough stone is heated before cutting. Almost all rubies today are treated in some form, with heat treatment being the most common practice. However, rubies that are completely untreated but still of excellent quality command a large premium. Fosters integrity, devotion, happiness, healing, courage, passion, romance, enthusiasm and generosity. Also evokes warmth, generosity, inspiration, prosperity, high energy, power and leadership ability. Zodiac gemstone for Capricorn: ruby Guardian angel Malchediel his talisman stone ruby July modern birthstone – ruby, ancient traditional birthstones: Polish – ruby and Russian – ruby August ancient traditional birthstone Hindu – ruby December ancient traditional birthstones: Hebrew – ruby, Roman – ruby, Arabic – ruby The Twelve Apostles Christianity influenced the symbolism of gemstones. Specific gemstones were also associated with the twelve apostles. Apostle Andrew associated with the Ruby. Ruby care: Wash with warm soapy water, Avoid harsh detergents, Ultrasonic and steam cleaning are usually safe. The item “NATURAL LOOSE RUBY GEM 5X7 OVAL FACETED 1.1CT GEMSTONE RU28″ is in sale since Friday, March 04, 2016. This item is in the category “Jewellery & Watches\Loose Diamonds & Gemstones\Ruby\Natural Rubies”. The seller is “theantiquetrade” and is located in Manchester, Lancashire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Gemstone: Ruby
    • Colour: Red
    • Cut: Oval
    • Carat: 1.1-2.5Carat
    • Natural/Synthetic: Natural
    • Star Ruby?: No
    • Shape: Oval
  • Dec 5
    NATURAL LOOSE EMERALD GREEN GEM 7X8mm OCTAGON LARGE 1.95CT FACETED GEMSTONE EM5

    NATURAL LOOSE EMERALD GREEN GEM 7X8mm OCTAGON LARGE 1.95CT FACETED GEMSTONE EM5

    NATURAL LOOSE EMERALD GREEN GEM 7X8mm OCTAGON LARGE 1.95CT FACETED GEMSTONE EM5

    NATURAL LOOSE EMERALD GREEN GEM 7X8mm OCTAGON LARGE 1.95CT FACETED GEMSTONE EM5. Superb Hand Cut Natural Gemstone Natural Emerald 7×8 octagon 1.95ct faceted AA gemstone Natural Emerald – for Gemstone collectors, for Jewellery designers or for Mystic and positive energy as an amulet Colour: Medium to deep green Clarity: Moderately included Treatment: Oiled Gold ring (wedding band) not included and shown for size comparing only. Emerald Mohs hardness 7.5-8, Specific gravity 2.68-2.78, Refractive index 1.5601.602. Emeralds are a green member of the Beryl clan, coloured green by trace amounts of chromium and sometimes vanadium. Most emeralds are highly included, so their toughness and resistance to breakage is classified as generally poor. The word Emerald is derived from Old French: Esmeraude and Middle English: Emeraude, and from Latin: Esmaralda/Esmaraldus, a variant of Latin Smaragdus, which originated in Greek: (smaragdos; “green gem”); its original source being either the Hebrew word izmargad meaning “emerald” or “green” or the Sanskrit word marakata meaning green. ” The name could also be related to the Semitic word baraq (“lightning” or “shine) cf. Hebrew: bareqeth and Arabic: barq “lightning”. It is the same source for the names Persian (zomorrod), Turkish (zümrüt), Sanskrit (maragdam), Russian (izumrud) and Armenian zmruxt. Emeralds, like all colored gemstones, are graded using four basic parameters, the four Cs of Connoisseurship; Colour , Cut, Clarity and Crystal. The last C, crystal is simply used as a synonym that begins with C for transparency or what gemologists call diaphaneity. Before the 20th century, jewellers used the term water as in “a gem of the finest water” to express the combination of two qualities, colour and crystal. Normally, in the grading of coloured gemstones, colour is by far the most important criteria. However, in the grading of emerald, crystal is considered a close second. Both are necessary conditions. A fine emerald must possess not only a pure verdant green hue, but also a high degree of transparency to be considered a top gem. Colour is divided into three components: hue, saturation and tone. Yellow and blue, the hues found adjacent to green on the spectral color wheel, are the normal secondary hues found in emerald. Emeralds occur in hues ranging from yellow-green to blue-green. The primary hue must, of course, be green. Only gems that are medium to dark in tone are considered emerald. Light-toned gems are known by the species name, green beryl. In addition, the hue must be bright and vivid. Emerald tends to have numerous inclusions and surface breaking fissures. Unlike diamond, where the loupe standard, i. 10X magnification, is used to grade clarity, emerald is graded by eye. Thus, if an emerald has no visible inclusions to the eye it is considered flawless. Stones that lack surface breaking fissures are extremely rare and therefore almost all emeralds are treated, “oiled”, to enhance the apparent clarity. Eye-clean stones of a vivid primary green hue with no more than 15% of any secondary hue or combination either blue or yellow of a medium-dark tone command the highest prices. This relative crystal non-uniformity makes emeralds more likely than other gemstones to be cut into cabochons, rather than faceted shapes. Most emeralds are oiled as part of the post lapidary process, in order to improve their clarity. Cedar oil, having a similar refractive index, is often used in this generally accepted practice. Other liquids, including synthetic oils and polymers with refractive indexes close to that of emerald such as Opticon are also used. The use of oil is traditional and largely accepted by the gem trade. Other treatments, for example the use of green-tinted oil, are not acceptable in the trade. Given that the vast majority of all emeralds are treated as described above, and the fact that two stones that appear to be similar in quality may actually be quite far apart in treatment level. All other factors being equal, a high quality emerald with an enhancement level graded moderate should cost 4050% less than an identical stone graded none. To promote love, romance, joy, cleansing, clairvoyance, clear vision, memory, faith, intuition, serenity, intelligence and communication. This is a truth-promoting stone, inspiring deep knowing from within. Emerald – Stone of Successful Love domestic bliss, stimulates heart charka, harmony, fidelity, joy, all healing. The Breastplate of Aaron: a ceremonial religious garment set with twelve gemstones that represented the twelve tribes of Israel. It was square — a span [22 centimetres] long and a span wide — and folded double. Then they mounted four rows of precious stones on it. In the first row there was a ruby, a topaz and a beryl; in the second row a turquoise, a sapphire and an emerald. The Twelve Tribes of Israel In Exodus 28:17-21, specific gemstones were associated with the twelve tribes of Israel. People of Jewish heritage may wish to select their birthstones based on tribal names. Historians have complied several lists of which stone goes with each name. Emerald is associated with the tribe of Levi. Christianity influenced the symbolism of gemstones. Specific gemstones were also associated with the twelve apostles. Emerald associated with apostle James/John. May modern birthstone- emerald, ancient traditional birthstones: Arabic – emerald, Hindu – emerald, Polish – emerald. June ancient traditional birthstones: Hebrew – emerald, Roman – emerald. Zodiac gemstone for Cancer – emerald Guardian angel Muriel and his talisman stone – emerald. Emerald care: Wash with warm soapy water, Avoid harsh detergents, Never clean ultrasonically, Never steam clean. The item “NATURAL LOOSE EMERALD GREEN GEM 7X8mm OCTAGON LARGE 1.95CT FACETED GEMSTONE EM5″ is in sale since Friday, December 02, 2016. This item is in the category “Jewellery & Watches\Loose Diamonds & Gemstones\Emerald\Natural Emeralds”. The seller is “theantiquetrade” and is located in Manchester, Lancashire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Gemstone: Emerald
    • Colour: green
    • Carat: 1.1-2.5Carat
    • Natural/Synthetic: Natural
    • Cut: Emerald Cut
    • Shape: Emerald


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