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Emeralds by Lagu Bandhu

EMERALDS belong to the Beryl gemstones family, alongside stones like Aquamarine and Morganite. They come in shades ranging from light to very dark green. Emeralds tend to be quite brittle and are seldom found without inclusions or defects. Occasionally, higher quality or transparency can make the stone appear lighter in color. It’s rare to find Emeralds with both a very fine luster and a dark color. The primary sources for Emeralds are Colombia, Brazil, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. This distribution is attributed to the geological diversity and mineral-rich environments found in these locations, which contribute to the formation of these remarkable gems.

Emerald Care at Home:

  1. Clean your emerald jewelry by gently using a soft brush and lukewarm, soapy water. Avoid immersing it entirely, as this could harm the stone.
  2. Emeralds are sensitive to temperature changes, so ensure the soap water temperature is just right, neither too hót nor too cold.
  3. Avoid using alcohol or harsh chemicals, as they can damage your precious jewelry.
  4. Refrain from wearing your emerald jewelry during household chores, as they can attract oils and grease, which may diminish the stone’s longevity.


  1. Avoid cleaning your emerald jewelry with acetone, hot steamers, strong detergents, or chemicals as they can cause damage.
  2. Ensure that the water used for cleaning the jewelry is at the correct temperature, neither too hot nor too cold.
  3. Emeralds are brittle stones. When set in jewelry, they can easily break when being removed from the metal.
  4. Avoid exposing emeralds to direct heat and sunlight to maintain their quality.