Crazy Rich Emeralds

Emerald jewelry is a brilliant subject frequently featured in art, history, fashion, auctions, and other industries related to beauty and high sales. We, gem and jewelry lovers, don’t need a special occasion to talk about the eternal precious stone, and yet we prefer to be timely. The time is now: all eyes on Emerald, the May Birthstone. And there’s one more excuse in May to talk about Emerald: Mother’s Day. 
Personalized mother’s day gifts may include a tea mug, a pillow, and even a charm bracelet with her name. But why wouldn’t you make your mom feel truly special by giving her a treasure that will last forever, and will not fade away with fast fashion? If you dout that a classy piece of jewelry still remains the biggest beauty trend, read our observations below. 

The biggest hype of 2018 cinematography, “Crazy Rich Asians” remains one of the most talked about impressions in culture & lifestyle even outside of Asia. The brilliant comedy managed to interprete timeless values in such a fun manner that appeals to both progressive youngsters and last century’s aristocrats. Among all the bling bling and opulence galore, there’s one thing in the film that overshadows the rest. It is the iconic Emerald Ring of the mighty mother, with its dazzling glow and electrifying verde. The dumplings scene, the high society and of course the final proposal - if not for the stone, could these scenes really strike you to bits? The movie makers strived to convey the heritage wealth and unconditional power in one little visual object, and they found the crystal clear answer: Emerald.

From the Roman Emperor and the Queen of Egypt, until modern age when they invented birthstones, Emerald is the only gem (alongside with Red Ruby, Blue Sapphire and White Diamond) whose color is never confused. Emerald Green is a word combination hard to separate. So hard, people even refuse to believe any other stone can be of green color. So much has been said and published, we don’t need to tell you more about the precious Green Beryl, any book would do better (GemstonesBook is a bright example). We rather come up with a fresh idea to revamp your gem habits.

And not only that: we still have some ready-to-wear Emeralds from Colombia and Zambia in classic IVY designs, just in case you are rushing for a cinematic proposal next week. If marriage is not on your agenda, here’s another suggestion: make a gift of an Emerald to your Mother. Not only because it’s Mother’s Day, but because she deserves it, like matriarch Eleanor Young, Queen Cleopatra and every mama loved and cherished by her children.

Happy Mother’s Day! 
We’re not coming to Gem Geneve but we always stay tuned with the sparkling trends.  
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