1.09 Carat Emerald Cut Emerald

This beautiful AAA quality emerald is emerald cut and weighs a total of 1.09 carats. It comes accompanied with a grading report from GIA. All gemstones at Pratiksha Jewelry are 100% natural. No lab created or synthetic gemstones are sold.

Our Price: $2,537.08
Why are our prices so low?
Price Per Carat: $2,327.60
Estimated Delivery Date:

Delivery Times:

Place your order by 4 PM CST today for same-day shipment as a loose stone. All orders received after 4PM CST will ship the next business day.

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As a loose stone: by Tue, Jan 22

Set in custom jewelry: varies according to project timeline.

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  • SKU

    SKU

    This is a unique identifier we assign to our products to help you keep track of your favorite picks.

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    AEE 1019B
  • measurements

    measurements

    The stone's length, width, and depth, respectively, measured in millimeters.

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    7.04x4.95x4.13mm
  • treatment

    treatment

    Stone treatments are sometimes used to change the appearance of a stone. For example, heat treatments are used on nearly all sapphires and rubies because it brings out their vibrant color.

    (H) Heating: The stone has been treated with high heat to enhance or change its color. This technique is permanent and is used on a large amount of fine quality gems.
    (O)Oiling/Resin: Typically used for emeralds, oiling and resin filling helps to minimize the appearance of cracks and enhances the stone's liveliness.
    (I)Irradiation: Irradiation has been used to deepen or change a stone's color entirely. The treatment is stable and permanent.

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    (O) Oiling/Resin
  • Stone Type

    Stone Type

    A diamond or gemstone is distinguished by its unique chemical composition. Traits such as stone color, clarity and hardness can be determined by the type of stone.

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    emerald
  • Quality

    Quality

    Unlike diamonds, gemstones are given an overall quality grade based on a variety of factors. These characteristics include color, color consistency, clarity, and cut quality.

    AAA-grade gemstones: considered to be near-perfect, with a color that has high, well balanced saturation, a quality cut, and few to no inclusions.

    AA-grade gemstones: well cut, slightly less vibrant than AAA stones, with very good brilliance and polish. May have slight inclusions.

    A-grade gemstones: less saturated in color, may have moderate-heavy inclusions.

    Commercial-grade stones: are usually cloudy with poor color quality, not suitable for precious gemstone jewelry and not sold by Pratiksha.

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    AAA
  • Gemologist Note

    Gemologist Note

    Notes about this stone from our in-house team of gemologists.

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    Medium rich green, good luster, good life, beautiful stone, natural internal inclusions
  • shape

    shape

    The shape of a stone heavily influences the overall design and mood of the jewelry piece. A gemstone’s shape can help show off the gem’s best hue and transform the look of the piece.

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    Emerald
  • Faceting

    Faceting

    Designed to show the brilliance of a stone, a gemstone’s facets are a series of geometrically arranged, flat surfaces cut on the stone. Some faceting styles include drilling, and sometimes gemstones are polished smooth into a cabochon shape with no facets.

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    Faceted
  • Color Intensity

    Color Intensity

    A subjective description of the stone's specific coloring within its color family. A sapphire, for example, may be in the blue color family but could have a color intensity of "dark royal blue" or "medium cornflower blue", among others.

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    medium rich green
  • Carat Weight(ct)

    Carat Weight(ct)

    The carat of a gemstone refers to its weight, and 1 carat is equivalent to 200 milligrams. Independent of a gem’s size, two stones with the same carat weight may appear slightly different in size. It’s important to understand and evaluate the relationship between a gemstone’s carat weight, color and cut to get the best value out of a stone. Choosing a gemstone that is a few carat weight points below your ideal carat (0.49 carats vs. 0.50 carats) can translate to significant savings.

    Use the slider below to understand how carat weight works.

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    1.09ct
  • certificate

    certificate

    Some gemstones are certified with grading reports from the Gemological Institute of America, EGL, and other internationally acclaimed gemstone expert associations. Introduced in the 1930s, GIA passed the standards for evaluating gemstones.

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    GIA
  • Quantity

    Quantity

    The number of stones available in this listing.

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    1
  • gemstone clarity

    gemstone clarity

    Authentic gems vary greatly in clarity, as natural inclusions are much more present within certain precious stones. Emeralds, for example, often include visible inclusions that add character and evidence of authenticity. Clean stones are determined to not have any inclusions present to the naked eye.

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    Slightly Included
  • Eyeclean %

    Eyeclean %

    A description of whether or not inclusions within the stone can be seen with the naked eye, expressed as 100% eyeclean, 90% eyeclean, or not eyeclean. 100% eyeclean means that inclusion(s) cannot be seen with the naked eye even after they have been located with a loupe. 90% eyeclean means the inclusion(s) are generally not seen by the naked eye and can be seen only after first locating them under a loupe.

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    80% Eye Clean
  • Gemstone Origin

    Gemstone Origin

    As all gemstones are naturally occurring, it’s helpful to understand the geography of where certain stones are mined and discovered. Many stones are much more elusive and rare from certain parts of the world. Tanzanites, for example, are only found in one place in the world: Tanzania. Russian alexandrites are much more valuable than other alexandrites because they haven’t been produced for over a century.

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    Zambia

About Emerald

History

The ancient Egyptian official Ptahhotep offered worldly wisdom with reference to emerald in the Papyrus Prisse, the oldest book in the world: “there is no expert who is completely provided with what is profitable to him: good speech is hidden more than the emeralds that are found by female slaves on the pebbles.” The book dates back over 4,500 years, but the passage itself was copied from writings made 1,000 years earlier.

 

Ptahhotep was likely referencing the Ancient Egyptian mines near the Red Sea where emerald was first discovered. These mines, also referred to as the Cleopatra Mines, supplied Ancient Egyptians as well as the ancient Romans and Turks with the stone for over 1,500 years. As the name suggests, Cleopatra was absolutely smitten with emerald. She owned the mines during her reign as the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt from 51-30 BC and dressed herself with splendorous emerald adorned robes. She famously gifted loose emeralds when visiting other dignitaries, and favored visitors who did the same. History closely associates her with emerald, for good reason: both are powerful, beautiful and mysterious.

 

The Cleopatra Mines were lost for hundreds of years until they were rediscovered in 1818. Unfortunately, centuries of heavy activity meant the mines were already stripped of their gems. Today, the finest supply of emerald comes from mines in Colombia, though a new source has been found in Zambia that supplies deep colored stones with fewer flaws than the Colombian variety.


Buying Tips

Emerald is known for its verdant green coloring, which is its most important characteristic when estimating its value. It is also known for its flaws, which are tolerated more than any other stone as a mark of its character. Most emeralds feature tiny fissures, cracks, and inclusions, and flawless stones are extremely uncommon. Some actually prefer a stone with minute flaws over a flawless one as proof of its authenticity. Oil and resin treatments are common in the industry to improve the appearance of these imperfections.


Birthstone: May
Anniversary:
20th, 35th
 

Specifications:

Species :

The mineral group to which the gemstone belongs. Examples of species include beryl (emerald, aquamarine), corundum (sapphire, ruby), and quartz (agate, citrine, amethyst).

species Info
Beryl

Refractive Index :

A measure used to demonstrate a stone's brilliance.

Refractive Index Info
1.564 - 1.595

Birefringence:

The difference between a stone's refractive indexes, if it has more than one. Colored gemstones with high birefringence may be pleochroic, meaning they change color depending on their orientation to the light (like a polarizing lens).

Birefringence Info
0.004 to 0.007

Specific Gravity :

A ratio of the stone's density to an equal volume of water. Stones with higher specific gravity are denser and therefore will be smaller in dimension than a stone with equal weight but lower specific gravity.

Specific Gravity Info
2.76

Hardness (Mohs) :

The hardness of a stone refers to its Mohs hardness, which places the stone on a 1-10 scale with talc at one, the softest, and diamond at 10, the hardest. However, the scale is relative to the other materials on the scale; while diamond is only one hardness higher than corundum on the scale, it is actually four times as hard as corundum in terms of absolute hardness.

Hardness(Mohs) Info
7.5-8.0
 

All of our domestic shipments in the US are shipped free of charge, and are securely packaged and fully insured while in transit to your home or office. Loose stones are shipped immediately after passing through our thorough quality control inspection. Based on your location and the value of the item you purchase, your item will be sent via FedEx or United States Postal Service (USPS).

All client details, including shipping addresses, must match the authorization information of the credit card used. If you would like your shipment sent to a non-confirmed address, you can arrange to add an "alternative confirmed address" with your credit card company. All deliveries are sent to physical street addresses only (PO Boxes not accepted).

For orders over $200, an adult must be present at the time of delivery to provide signature upon receipt of package. Customers are responsible for all items after the package has been signed for.

U.S Shipments scheduled for Friday have the option for Saturday delivery, or delivery the following Monday. Please call or email us directly to set up a Saturday delivery. Saturday delivery is not available for international shipments.

Representatives are available Monday through Saturday, 9AM-6PM CST to discuss your options at 800-641-1277 or email us at support@pjdallas.com.

For Domestic Orders (United States)

SHIPPING OPTION

DELIVERY

SIGNATURE

INSURED

TRACKING

FEE

Orders over $3,000
FedEx Next Day Air Next Business Day Yes Yes Yes FREE
Orders from $1,000-$2,999
FedEx Second Day Air Second Business Day Yes Yes Yes FREE
Orders from $200-$999
USPS Priority Insured 2-5 Business Days Yes Yes Yes FREE
Orders under $200
USPS First Class Mail 2-7 Business Days No Yes No FREE

For International Orders (Worldwide)*

Please note: customer is responsible for additional customs fees upon delivery, if applicable. See Shipping Policy for more information.

SHIPPING OPTION

DELIVERY

SIGNATURE

INSURED

TRACKING

FEE

Orders over $3,000
FedEx Next Day Air 2-3 Business Days Yes Yes Yes FREE
Orders from $1,000-$2,999
FedEx Second Day Air 2-3 Business Days Yes Yes Yes FREE
Orders from $200-$999
USPS Priority Insured 5-14 Business Days Yes Yes Yes FREE
Orders under $200
USPS First Class Mail 10-14 Business Days No Yes No FREE

About Your Product

Quality : AAA

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Top quality gemstone, eyeclean with exceptionally vibrant color, tone, brilliance, cut/polish.
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Well cut gemstone, slightly less vibrant, very good brilliance & polish. May have slight-moderate inclusions.
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Less saturated in color, may have moderate to heavy inclusions.
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May have light coloring or color zoning, heavy inclusions (commercial grade not sold by Pratiksha).

Carat Weight : 1.09

The carat of a gemstone refers to its weight, and 1 carat is equivalent to 200 milligrams. Independent of a gem’s size, two stones with the same carat weight may appear slightly different in size. It’s important to understand and evaluate the relationship between a gemstone’s carat weight, color and cut to get the best value out of a stone. Choosing a gemstone that is a few carat weight points below your ideal carat (0.49 carats vs. 0.50 carats) can translate to significant savings.

Use the slider below to understand how carat weight works.

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Certificate : GIA

Some gemstones are certified with grading reports from the Gemological Institute of America, EGL, and other internationally acclaimed gemstone expert associations. Introduced in the 1930s, GIA passed the standards for evaluating gemstones.

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