Metal: 18ct yellow and white gold
Finger Size: N 1/2
This ring can be complimentary resized (approximately 3 sizes up or down)
Max width (top of ring): 12.80mm
Min width (band): 1.90mm
Total weight: 4.90g
Size: 4.00mm approx.
14 = 0.14ct
Cut: round brilliant
Hardness: 7.5 – 8
Birthstone of May
Cleopatra, Pharaoh known for her passion for emeralds.
Gem experts differ on the degree of green that makes one stone an emerald and another stone a less-expensive green beryl. Most gemologists, gemological laboratories, and colored stone dealers call a stone green beryl when its color is “too light” for it to be classified as emerald.
The first known emerald mines were in Egypt. It is believed that these mines were worked as early as 3500BC.
Emerald is the bluish green to green variety of beryl, a mineral species that includes aquamarine.