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Brand Name: Lanciajewelry
Model Number: SL266
Place of Origin: China
MOQ: 3
Price: Negotiation
Payment Terms: Western Union, T/T
Delivery Time: 3-5 works day for stock items
Packaging Details: pp bag
Bracelet Type: Chain Bracelet
Stone Cut: Princess Cut
Stone Setting: Prong & Bezel Setting
Chain Length: 15-17 cm
Diamond Size: 2mm
Diamond Shape:: Round Brilliant Cut
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    Gold And Emerald Bracelet , Custom Natural Emerald Diamond Bracelet

    Real Emerald And Diamond Jewelry Natural Gemstone Chain Bracelet

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    Bracelet Infomation

    Diamond Infomation

    Emerald Infomation

    Metal Type: Solid 18Kt Gold-Yellow

    Diamonds:Authentic Diamonds

    Emerald:Genuine 100% Natural

    Approximate Weight: 1.22g-1.401g

    Carat Weight: 0.048-0.054ct

    Carat Weight:0.19-0.24ct

    Metal Stamp:Au750



    Bracelet Length Can Be Adjustable


    Stone Size: 3x5mm

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    The name "emerald" originates from the Greek word "smaragdos" which just meant "green gemstone". The English word comes from the French "esmeralde".

    Emerald belongs to the multi-colored beryl family, and is a beryllium-aluminium-silicate with the Mohs hardness of 7.5 - 8. Its green color comes from traces of chrome, vanadium or iron within the usually colorless beryl mineral. Emeralds grew during complicated tectonic processes whose traces are still visible within the crystals: foreign, tiny crystals, fissures, fluids, bubbles etc. These inclusions are called "jardin" (French word for "garden"). A decent "jardin" doesn't reduce the value of an emerald as long as it is not spoiling the color or transparency.

    Emerald History

    Egyptian pharaohs ran emerald mines (the "Zubara Mines") since the 13. century B.C. in the Assuan Valley in Egypt (south of Kosseir: Jebel Sikait and Jebel Sabara). From there emeralds were sent (probably until the 17. century) even to Europe, Iran, Turkey, and India.

    Since hundreds of years emeralds were mined in Peru by the Incas. They regarded emeralds as holy stones. In 1532 Francisco Pizarro (1476-1541) and his Spanish conquistadors conquered the Inca imperium in the Peru mountains. Because the Spaniards were unsuccessful in finding naturally occurring emeralds, their soldiers confiscated all available emeralds, sometimes as large as pigeon eggs. To test their genuineness, they pounded the stones with hammers because they believed that genuine emeralds could not be broken. Sooner or later they learned that this "green glass" was more valuable... Finally Spanish galleons carried enormeous quantities of all available emeralds to Spain. Many ships sank, and therefore a lot of finest and most valuable emeralds are still "sleeping" at the bottom of the Carribean Sea.

    Formation and Resources

    Emerald crystals can grow in hydrothermal veins if all necessary conditions and elements are present. When hydrothermal fluids escape from the magma, and cool in deposit veins with fractures in them, crystals appear. Colombian emeralds were formed in this manner. They are associated with calcite deposits.

    Other emeralds grew in pegmatite deposits similar to the hydrothermal process. But here the hot water was replaced by magma or molten rock. When the magma began to cool, the necessary elements were left in solution and could also create emeralds.

    Emeralds are found worldwide. The most sought-after gems come from the "Emerald belt" in the Cordillera Oriental, a part of the Colombian Andes, with its famous mining areas Muzo, Chivor, Cosquez and La Pita. The Muzo area is located near the town Muzo, about 100 km northwest of Bogota. Muzo and Coscuez (about 12 km north of Muzo) are the major mine areas in the Muzo area. The Chivor mining area is located about 90 km east-northeast of Bogota. The two major mines are Chivor and Gachala near the town Somondoco. Chivor is a very old mine which was already ran by the Chibcha Indians in pre-Spanish times. The mine was re-discovered in 1896.

    Until today many illegal miners ("Guaqueros") are busy in the Colombian emerald mining areas.

    The second important locality of emerald deposits is the Takovaya River in the Ural Mountains (discovered in 1830). Some Ural emeralds are quite equal to Colombian stones regarding transparency and color. Since 1883 the Marinky Mine was established (near the village of Malischewo), the most important deposit of Russian emeralds. Today Siberian emeralds play only a minor role in the international gemtrade.

    Valuable emeralds come also from Africa and Brazil. Some of them even look like Colombian ones, and in general they are cleaner than them. Today Zambia and Zimbabwe are important sources for good stones. In the northern part of Zambia mines were established near Kagem, Kitwe, Miku und Mufulira.

    Since 1984 light green to yellowish-green emeralds were found near Dayakou / Wenshan Mountains / Yunnan / China. They occur in up to 1.5 m thick pegmatite veins, accompanied by feldspar, mica, quartz, scheelite, and tourmaline.

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