Discover our range of loose emerald stones at Cooksongold. Ideal for creating eye-catching pieces of jewellery, the green emerald stone is a popular choice among many jewellery makers. Taken from the beryl family of minerals and with a hardness of 7.5 on the Mohs scale, emerald gemstones allow jewellers of all abilities to create truly special pieces.
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Flawless emeralds are very rare. You must try to avoid banging or knocking emeralds when working with them because they are so delicate and may crack. The cut of the emerald is designed to combat this, making the gemstone solid whilst also helping to showcase its magnificent colour.
Often linked to Venus, the Greek goddess of love, and referred to as the protector of true love, emeralds are said to change colour, glowing to show loyalty and fading to resemble unfaithfulness. This is why it is one of the most popular gemstones used in jewellery-making and is the result of Emerald engagement rings and wedding anniversary gifts are growing in popularity!
Discover our range of emerald gemstones which come in a wide range of cuts and sizes, including round, oval, cabochon, octagonal, and pear shaped cuts too!
For more information on our range of emeralds or to discuss our gemstone buying options, contact our expert team members today on 0345 100 1122 or connect to us on live chat via our website. Our advisors are experts in jewellery making and will be on hand to answer all your questions whether you want to create emerald earrings or an emerald pendant.
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