Natural Emerald Ring – Simply for the Love of Gemstones
Selected Rings, Pendants and Talismans made available to Gemstoneuniverse.com patrons in April 2012
Gemstoneuniverse.com Table Natural Colombian Emerald Gemstone Facts
|Gemstone||Natural Colombian Emerald|
|Treatment||None. Fully Natural|
|Patron Location||California / United States|
|All inclusive Price||$ 920 / INR 49680|
|Comments||Who says that your Gemstone talisman has to be plain vanilla? The gemstone is such a powerful end and a means in itself that you can just weave a design around it to tell a story! Nothing vanilla-ish about it at all. You can have a staid, classic, timeless piece or you can bring on the bling factor by adding a design element or two.
Featured today is a beautiful, pear-shaped natural Colombian emerald of 1.79 carats set in sterling silver as a mercury talisman ring. The masterfully fashioned gem has an early summer grass green color and has excellent clarity too. The gemstone of Mercury/ Budh, this natural emerald/ panna stone is resonating with saatvik energies and quite powerful.
It makes our day not only when we land top of the line jyotish gems but more than that gems as patrons themselves who actually understand gems and whose love for these delightful treasures of nature comes across clearly. This talisman has been crafted for a patron who already owned an emerald (of course from Gemstoneuniverse) but could not resist the call of this natural treatment free beauty with exceptional color and clarity!
It’s definitely a win-win situation as not only does it work for planetary gem therapy and is a good investment option but it is also a thing of beauty that will be a source of joy forever.
Note: Thank you Dear Patron for your gracious testimonial.
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