How are emeralds created in a lab?

Answer In the 20th century two processes were developed for lab-created emeralds. Early versions were too "clean" to look real, but modern creations have "inclusions" so realistic even gemologists have di... Read More »

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How to Buy Emeralds?

The emerald is best known for its lush green color and appealing square cut. Most emeralds are found in South America and the Middle East. Emeralds are rare, often flawed and always pricey. Here's ... Read More »

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Information on Emeralds?

Emerald comes from the Greek word "smaragods," which means green stone, according to Cochise College. Emeralds are found in dark green, yellowish green, light green and sometimes in bluish tones. ... Read More »

Composition of Emeralds?

Emeralds are an opaque to transparent, crystalline, hard mineral (7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale, on which a diamond is a 10) that are a member of the beryl family. Their crystal system is hexagonal. T... Read More »