6.83 Ct. (19.65 Ct. TW), GRS2022-098166$59,500
10.96 Ct. (26.10 Ct. TW), GRS2022-118173Price on Request
32.95 Ct. (38.99 Ct. TW), JCBG01106693Price on Request
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More about Emerald Jewelry
How much is a 1-carat emerald worth?The worth of a 1-carat emerald can vary based on several factors, ranging from the color, clarity, and cut to the overall quality. Generally, a 1-carat emerald of good quality can range between $200 to $9,000 per carat. On the other hand, the cost of an excellent quality emerald can be higher, possibly reaching tens of thousands of dollars or more.
Consult with our experts to receive a detailed assessment of the value based on the unique features of the emerald.
What’s the difference between dark and light emeralds?Dark and light emeralds differ in terms of their color intensity. Dark emeralds have a deep and highly saturated green color, while light emeralds have a lighter tone and a more transparent appearance, with a brighter and more vibrant green color.
Choosing between dark and light emeralds is a matter of personal preference, as it varies based on individual taste and the desired aesthetic.
What do emeralds symbolize?Emeralds symbolize love, rebirth, and vitality. They are associated with desirable qualities like hope, growth, and abundance. Additionally, the rich green hue of emeralds is often linked to the beauty of nature and the renewal of life.
What is the composition of emeralds?
Emeralds are a variety of the mineral beryl, which is a beryllium aluminum cyclosilicate. The green color of emeralds comes from trace amounts of chromium and/or vanadium present in the crystal structure of the beryl.
The presence of these elements is responsible for the characteristic vivid green hue that distinguishes emeralds from other varieties of beryl. The presence of other impurities and inclusions, such as fractures or growth patterns, can also affect the appearance and value of emeralds.
How are emeralds graded?
Emeralds are graded based on their color, clarity, cut, and carat weight. The most desirable emeralds have a rich, intense green color with excellent transparency and minimal inclusions.