Yellow Emerald Gemstone Jewelry

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Customers are always looking for something new and different. The gemstones pendants designs we offer cannot be found by any other distributor. Our brand of loose gemstones is inexpensive compared to many other precious gemstones alternatives.

Millions of years ago when the appropriate pressure and temperature were present together, these conditions formed precious colored stones. Emeralds are one of these crystals and are a member of the Beryl species. Pure beryl is colorless, but if other metals are in the ground when crystals form magical colors appear which give rise to the various colors, turning a plain, colorless gemstone into a green, yellow, pink or blue treasure.

These include all loose gemstones like yellow diamonds, yellow sapphires and yellow tourmaline.

All colored stones receive their color from impurities or trace elements while in the growing process. For example the color of blue diamonds is to due Boron, yellow diamonds are due to Nitrogen in the ground when the diamonds were formed. When Chromium (a silver metal) is in the ground where beryl is formed, the green color appears. When iron (a grey metal) is in the ground where beryl is grown, yellow – gold color appears.

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Yellow Emerald Gemstones

Yellow Emerald Loose Gemstones

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Customers are always looking for something new and different. The gemstones pendants designs we offer cannot be found by any other distributor. Our brand of loose gemstones is inexpensive compared to many other precious gemstones alternatives.

Nitrogen is in the ground when the diamonds were formed. When Chromium (a silver metal) is in the ground where beryl is formed, the green color appears. When iron (a grey metal) is in the ground where beryl is grown, yellow – gold color appears. Our loose gemstones include the following characteristic:

Color: Vibrant yellowish-green to deep gold. No other gemstone has this hue and tone. You may also notice a slight color change in different lighting conditions.

Clarity: Eye-clean, with no visible inclusions. Most green emeralds have many inclusion which affect durability and beauty.

Cut:  Most green emeralds are cut with standard faceting. Yellow Emerald™ gemstones have at least 70 facets cut by hand by gemstone cutters who are skilled as surgeons. Most diamonds only have 58 facets.

Cost: Yellow Emerald™ gemstones are approximately 1/10th of the price of a similar green emerald.

Colored Stones Yellow Emerald

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All Yellow Emerald gemstones are natural and certified. Currently, our gemstone rins are only found in one mine in one mountain in Brazil. The color is very unusual and changes in different lighting environments. We are currently searching for other deposits when we find indicator minerals present.

As the perfect colored stone for gemstone earrings, most green emeralds have many inclusions which cause durability issues. Yellow Emerald™ gemstones have very few (if any) inclusions and is 7.5-8.0 on the moh’s scale. The presence of the iron in the gemstone also gives it more strength. Even if a jeweler breaks or chips the Yellow Emerald trying to set it for a customer, we replace it at NO CHARGE. No other company offers this type of guarantee on certified gemstones or diamonds.

Gemstones get their hues from different minerals. Green emeralds are green because of chromium in the ground. Yellow Emerald™ gemstones also have traces of chromium which makes the greenish cast, but the iron in the ground has taken over the green color and will never change or fade.

Yellow Emerald Custom Jewelry

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Like beryl, all gemstones (except for the colorless, white diamond!) obtain their color from elemental impurities present during the growing process this is what gives your designer jewelry a splash of color. For instance, in the presence of boron, clear diamonds become blue while nitrogen provides a yellow diamond’s hues. When chromium meets developing corundum, rubies form. Replace chromium with iron, and yellow sapphires appear. This give you the sense of where your stunning colors come from in your unique jewelry.

You will get a perfect stone for your custom jewelry. For instance, our Yellow Emerald™ premium golden beryl gemstones are stronger than ‘green’ emeralds. Where ‘green’ emeralds often contain many inclusions, which can lead to cracks and eventual breakage, our Yellow Emerald™ premium golden beryl gemstones contain few (if any) inclusions – a virtually flawless gemstone – as durable as it is gorgeous. The lack of inclusions will make your handmade jewelry dazzling.

The reality is that our Yellow Emerald™ custom designed jewelry will give you a better yellow than citrine or tourmaline.  In a competition among yellow gemstones, the only contenders harder than our Yellow Emerald™ premium golden beryl gemstones are yellow diamonds and sapphires.

Unique Gemstones Yellow Emerald™

Yellow Emerald™ is a brand of premium golden beryl which is identical to a green emerald except for the color. Yellow Emeralds™ may have very slight inclusions visible to the naked eye, most are eye-clean. Yellow Emeralds™ are durable due to the lack of inclusions and are not oiled to enhance the beauty as green emeralds are commonly found.

Yellow emeralds are more durable than green emeralds. Most green emeralds have a large amount of inclusions which can cause them to break or crack. Yellow Emeralds™ are virtually flawless therefore provided a much tougher gemstone than most green emeralds. In fact, Yellow Emeralds are even harder than Citrine or Tourmaline. Yellow diamonds and Yellow Sapphire are the only yellow gemstones harder than a Yellow Emerald.