The most famous gem of the beryl family (like aquamarine) takes its name from the Greek smargdus meaning “green”.
Historically classified among the 4 precious stones, emeralds most often show inclusions of all kinds, called “garden”. These are all a testament to the authenticity of a, authentic stone.
Prized since ancient times, the green gem would have been the subject of Cleopatra’s passion. Much later, they were coveted by the Spaniards during the conquest of the New World, where the emerald mines of Colombia were discovered.
Birthstone of May, the emerald is the bearer of many symbols, including rebirth and fertility.

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