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At the illustrious Jamnagar wedding, all eyes were drawn to the resplendent green stone centerpiece of Nita's emerald necklace. As per the jewellery designers, emerald has been most in demand since then. From launching exclusive emerald collections to designing customized pieces, jewellers are expanding their emerald line to meet the high demand for the upcoming wedding season.Following the Jamnagar event, the demand for emeralds surged, fueled not only by Nita Ambani's stunning emerald necklace but also by opulent display of emerald jewellery by celebrities and noted personalities. Renowned for its opulence and sophistication, the necklace captured global attention, sparking a trend that transcended borders.The Jamnagar event served as a catalyst, propelling emeralds into the spotlight as a must-have gemstone for discerning jewelry connoisseurs and even among the consumers, sparked a renewed interest in the green gemstone.

Origin: Emeralds from certain regions, such as Colombia, Zambia, and Brazil, are highly prized for their exceptional color and quality. While stones from these regions may come with a higher price tag.Emeralds have a long and storied history, dating back thousands of years, with origins in ancient Egypt, where they were prized by royalty and nobility. Throughout history, emeralds have been associated with various cultures, symbolizing love, rebirth, and prosperity.

TO ME: Emeralds are best paired with polki diamonds and diamonds.

When selecting an emerald within a specific budget, there are several key factors to consider to ensure you get the most value for your money: Colour, Clarity, Cut and Carat weight. Remember to prioritize quality and beauty over size alone, to ensure you select a stunning and valuable stone that will bring joy for years to come.

Consider these while choosing the emerald:

Color: Emeralds are prized for their rich green hues,Keep in mind that darker, more intense greens are generally more valuable, but lighter greens can also be beautiful and may be more affordable.

Clarity: Emeralds can contain inclusions, or internal flaws, which are often visible to the naked eye and can affect the stone's clarity and transparency. Depending on your budget, you may need to compromise on clarity to find a stone that fits within your price range. However, keep in mind that emeralds with fewer visible inclusions are typically more valuable.

Cut: While emeralds are commonly cut in a rectangular or square shape known as an "emerald cut,"Traditional shapes like oval, round, or pear-shaped are popular choices. Choose a cut that best complements your personal style and preferences.

Carat Weight: Larger stones command higher prices as larger emeralds are rarer. If you're working within a budget, consider opting for a smaller emerald with excellent color and clarity.



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