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Buy Loose Colombian Emeralds


Find Your Perfect Natural Certified Loose Emerald Presenting 51 GIA certified natural loose Emeralds for your consideration. Emerald, to many, symbolizes rebirth and the abundance of the life force. The rich green hue brings to mind the regeneration of life in spring and hope of new possibilities. Emerald is the birthstone for May and a talisman for Gemini.




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Since 2001, IceStore offers the very highest quality GIA certified loose diamonds, yellow diamonds and fine diamond jewelry at a fraction of the cost of traditional retail. Compare us to Tiffany & Co, Cartier, Harry Winston and get the same or better quality at a fraction of the price.


There is no universal table or standard table to grade the quality of loose natural emeralds on the market. Most grading is done based on these four facts: -Carat weight or size of the emerald. - Color: hue, brilliance, tone and saturation. - Clarity: visibility of inclusions and flaws. - Cut: how well the stone is cut. You will see many different terms describing color and quality on many different sites such as: AAA quality, signature quality, top green quality, rich grass green, etc. Also, I've seen sites offering "truly top high-quality" at around $600.00 per carat, which it is not a realistic price or it is a wrong description.


We acquired our loose Colombian emeralds directly from the miners and cutters in Colombia; my 30 years of experience and knowledge in the emeralds and jewelry business makes to me an expert and a smart wholesale buyer, to get the best commercial high quality emeralds available in town at the best price possible, grabbing the opportunity for a good price at the moment, I am a native of Colombia and I speak their language, I went there a merchant like them and I understand the market.


It is not possible to create an accurate and understandable color and quality grading chart for all emeralds because the variety is really wide, so we narrow them to the quality that we handle: From: good brightness, very good brightness to really good brightness and vibrant brightness. From light green to deep green, not black spots and not external fractures refilled with synthetic resins. All genuine emeralds have natural flaws, from clean to unaided eye to visible natural flaws; any gem without inclusions is probably synthetic or imitation, because "they naturally are always included." When the over saturated chromium and also sometimes vanadium atoms stress the beryl crystals, it produces internal micro-fissures what is called Jardin (flaws) "a unique garden of inclusions that gives to each natural gemstone its one of a kind birthmarks." we do not acquire them heavy included.


Photographing loose emeralds is very difficult to faithfully show the exact quality, color and brilliance, all photos have to be adjusted to get as close as possible to the reality of what each individual emerald is. I have not been able to make videos for loose emeralds that can give the buyer an accurate idea of what each emerald is, on the contrary, they look very different in color and quality, videos for loose emeralds do not help. Our individual descriptions are exact and without exaggeration so as not to create higher expectations for the buyer.


Clarity is important, but inclusions are tolerated more in emerald than virtually any other gem. Unlike other beryl gems, emeralds often contain inclusions and other flaws. These flaws are not looked on as negative aspects for emerald like they would be for other gemstones. Indeed, these flaws are considered part of the character of the stone and are used to assure the purchaser of a natural stone.


To find the Colombian emeralds you seek, filter the results further by using the left-hand menu. You can buy Colombian emeralds by shape. By using the top menu, you can search by carat weight, size, price and other factors, to enable you to find the exact Colombian emerald gems that you are looking for. All items are in stock and ready to be shipped.


Emeralds are primarily found in Colombia, Zambia, Brazil, and Zimbabwe. Other countries where emeralds are found include Afghanistan, Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, Egypt, India, Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russia, Tanzania, and the United States.


Emeralds can come in a range of green shades, from light green to dark green. The most valuable emeralds are those with a deep, rich green color that is evenly distributed throughout the stone. Other shades of green that can be found in emeralds include yellow-green, blue-green, and grayish-green.


Emeralds have been associated with various astrological and metaphysical properties throughout history. They are believed to enhance intuition, promote emotional balance, and bring harmony to relationships. In astrology, emeralds are often associated with the planet Mercury and are said to be particularly beneficial for people born under the zodiac sign of Gemini.


Emeralds have a rich history and have been prized by many cultures throughout the ages. They were particularly favored by the ancient Egyptians, who believed that the stone represented fertility and rebirth. The Incas also held emeralds in high esteem, considering them to be sacred stones that represented the power of the gods.


When buying emeralds, it's important to look for natural stones that have a good color, clarity, and cut. The color of an emerald should be a rich, deep green, and should not have any brown or yellow hues. The clarity should be good, with minimal inclusions or blemishes, however, it's important to note that most emeralds have inclusions due to their nature. The cut should be precise and symmetrical to maximize the stone's brilliance. Additionally, it is recommended to look for certifications from reputable organizations such as GIA or AGL to ensure authenticity and value of the gemstone. It's also important to consider the origin of the emerald, as some regions are known to produce higher quality stones.


Most people mistakenly assume that they should choose emeralds of medium to very dark tone because they believe that the darker the tone, the better. But this is not necessarily true. What is just as important to the look of the emerald is its saturation.


Of course, since color is by far the most important factor when buying emeralds, it should go without saying that you need to be able to see a high quality photo of the stone before even considering purchasing it.


These high definition videos make the viewing experience just as good as seeing the stone in person. Another important thing to remember about emeralds is that they are rarely sold with a reliable certificate.


Emerald vendors generally accept the use of oil, but do not look favorably upon green-tinted oil. All emeralds sold should have full disclosure of treatment according to the US Federal Trade Commission.


But carat weight plays a much larger role in the pricing of diamonds than it does with emeralds. With the latter, we are primarily interested in the color of the stone, then its clarity and cut, and only finally its carat weight.


Our selection of Emeralds varies from cut, weight, color and crystal. Customers around the world can send us a requirement for loose individual gemstones varying in cut, weight and quality, we will process the requirement and offer a selection of Emerald Gemstones compliant with our customers needs.


We have traded a vast number of loose emeralds within colombian traders, international traders, and jewelers and can assure to our customers that we have the expertise required to find, valuate, buy and sell emeralds of any kind, from any mine in Colombia, included Muzo, Coscuez, Chivor, Cunas, Gachala, among others. As we have already stated, our top executives have more than 40 years of experience in the market and have moved from the extraction, cutting and trading fields of the market.


The Lab Created Colombian Emeralds that we supply here are made by the hydrothermal process that is why some people also call it Hydrothermal Colombian Emerald. This process uses a water solution at high temperatures and it takes many months to create a top grade synthetic emerald rough. We then use specialist engineers to cut these stones from the roughs to get the best grade lab created Colombian emeralds. We have Columbian emeralds for sale as the cut stones only; the roughs are not available for purchase. The synthetic Colombian emeralds you find here will have the same chemical composition as the real emeralds. If you love the rich green color of emeralds, you can find here a Columbian emerald that matches the color of natural Columbian emeralds at a fraction of the price.If you have dreamed of wearing a stunning Columbian emerald necklace, our lab created Columbian emeralds can make your dream a cost effective reality.


UNUSUAL PROPERTIES: Synthetic emeralds will have characteristic inclusions diminishing the stone value. A nice synthetic emerald will look like the top quality natural emerald to the untrained eye. Synthetic and natural emerald can be distinguished by their specific gravity, refractive index and opaqueness.


Speak with us about your dream Colombian emerald jewellery piece and we can sketch out some ideas and show you a selection of loose Colombian emeralds on hand. We can also source your very own special Colombian emerald. 041b061a72


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