Women's Emerald Rings for SaleReal Pictures and Prices
Green-fire is the given name to the brightest Colombian emeralds; we specialize in green fire emerald rings for women fine jewelry.
HOW IS AN EMERALD VALUED?If you are interested in buying an emerald ring at fair price it is important to have in mind several aspects of it and make the purchase in a place where you can claim guarantees of your purchase.
Natural emeralds are extracted from the earth and they come in many qualities, meaning with this the purity of their crystal, intensity of color and brightness come to determine their price, a clean emerald is very rare and expensive, but it can be acquired at a reasonable price in the right place, without many intermediaries. Also keep in mind that a ring is made in gold and if there are diamonds or other gems, plus a labor that also have a price that you have to pay.
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Women's Emerald Rings Price:
The value for emeralds depends upon who the seller is and who the buyer is. Reputable companies have to pay high amounts of money for sophisticated advertising campaigns, luxurious location rents, professional salespeople’s payroll and other expenses, such as costs associated with intermediaries and international gemstone traders, because they are not going directly to the source like us. Of course, the business owners want all of their invested money returned, plus a good profit. Therefore, it’s normal for their prices to be as high as four times or more compared to our prices for the same identical gem.
A fine emerald can be more expensive than a high quality diamond of the same carat weight. Emeralds are unique among gems because even cloudy ones can be exceptionally valuable. Normally the very finest emeralds price would be in the range from USD $10,000 to USD $30,000 and up per carat. Most emeralds present in the commercial jewelry market today would be in the price area of USD $300 To USD $3,000 per carat in a decent quality.
Emeralds are relatively hard stones — 7.5 to 8.0 on the Mohs scale — but the presence of natural internal cracks and many inclusions can affect their solid structure. The finest natural emeralds in the world today are mined in Colombia, South America. Sellers of gemstones will usually tell you their emeralds are from Colombia because they are the most desirable and valuable. Zambia, Brazil, Afghanistan and Pakistan also produce beautiful, good quality emeralds. However, each gem has distinctions (color combinations and other inherent attributes) that distinguish and tie it to the region of the world from where it was mined. Only someone with expertise and superior knowledge can determine a stone’s origin.