Ethiopian emeralds, like all colored gems, are classified using four parameters also called four C: color, clarity, cut and weight in carats, normally, in the classification of colored gems, color is by far the most important criterion.
Ethiopian Emeralds, in the gradation, clarity is considered a second element where a beautiful gems must not only possess a green-green purity as a shade, but must also have a high degree of transparency to consider itself a superior gem.
In gemology, color is divided into three components: hue, saturation, and tone.
Occur in shades ranging from yellow-green to blue-green, with the primary hue necessarily having to be green.
Yellow and blue are the normal secondary colors found in emeralds.
Only gems that are medium-dark in tone are considered exceptional, while light-colored gemstones are known for the name of the green beryl species.
The best emeralds are about 75% tone on a scale where 0% tone is colorless and 100% is matte black and tend to have numerous inclusions and superficial micro cracks.
Unlike diamonds, where the standard lens used is 10 × as an enlargement, emeralds are classified by eye.
Stones that lack surface micro cracks are extremely rare and therefore almost all emeralds undergo an oil treatment to improve apparent clarity.
The inclusions and crevices inside an emerald are sometimes described as jardin (French for garden), due to their appearance.
The imperfections are unique to each emerald and can be used to identify a particular stone.
Eye-clean stones of a primary light green color, with no more than 15% of any secondary shade or combination (blue or yellow) of a medium-dark tone, have higher prices.
The relative non-uniformity motivates the cut of emeralds, rather than multifaceted forms.
Faceted emeralds most commonly have an oval cut, or the signature cut, a rectangular cut with facets around the top edge.
Most gems are oiled as part of the process, in order to fill small surface imperfections, so that clarity and stability are improved.
Cedar oil, having a similar refractive index, is often used in this widely adopted practice.
The intrinsic value of Emeralds used in precious watches to elevate its loyalty along with brand loyalty.
Yet Emerald with its transperancy provides its shines. As an investment opportunity Emerarld is a solid choice.
Manufacturers provides precious minerals to their lavish products to provide effective and eccentric marketing.
Here we provide rough Ethiopian Emeralds, as its rough cuts are measured in carats. 1 Gram is 5 Carats.
1. Crystal System by nature : Hexagonal Crystal System. Therefore Facade Cut.
2. Net price 5,000 Carats (1 Kilo Min) equivalent to 500,000 USD. Each piece varies size from 5 Carats = 1 Gram to 50 Grams total 1 Kilo of Rough Ethiopian Emerald.
3. Handle Customs clearance, Cargo
|This excellent Emerald Gemstone, which is not Rough but 1 piece, used in precious Jewelet Brands and Watches such as Audemars Piaget.
This one is difficult to mine as its unique design and not familiar with other standard Emeralds.
Its a hexagonal desgin with facade cut. The color itself is a light green.
Advantage of that color when its sunshine it can reflect its shines.
Its weight is measured in carats which is 6.5 CT. It is a non treated Emerald.
Age is one year plus from extraction from the crude mountain.
The dimensions 11 × 0.6 .
Its found at the Souther part of Ethiopia near to the Oromia Region.
We also have a video for it for Special clients who are willing to purchase.
The net price is 40,000 USD. In Words, Fourty Thousands United States Dollars.