Emerald rings


We regularly hear that emerald rings are fragile, that we should be careful with them, or even that we should not buy them. Obviously this is not true and we must set the record straight: there is a scale of relative hardness of stones, called Mohs’ scale, which measures that the hardest stone is the diamond level 10. Sapphire and ruby (corundum family) are level 9. And the emerald is between 7.5 and 8. So no need to panic, your emerald is hard enough to wear. Of course your emerald rings don’t like shocks, but be aware that diamonds don’t like shocks either and they can also break. Our advice for taking care of your jewelry is always the same: avoid chemicals, water for too long and heat.

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  • Bague interchangeable en or 14krubis diamants émeraude saphirs bague versatile
    1300,00

    Gold Interchangeable rings in 14 karat rose gold. This ring is composed of a ring set with two lines of nine single-cut diamonds, into the center of which another ring can be slipped. Four rings are available, all set with seven stones: emeralds, rubies, sapphires and brilliant-cut diamonds. Ring from the ’60s.

    Clover hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Finger size: 56 EU or 7.5 US (no sizing possible)

    Base ring estimated diamond weight: 0.18 carat

    Ring 1 estimated emerald weight: 0.14 carat
    Ring 2 estimated diamond weight: 0.21 carat
    Ring 3 estimated ruby weight: 0.14 carat
    Ring 4 estimated sapphire weight: 0.14 carat

    Weight of a single ring: 1.87 gr

    Condition: scratches, slight oxidation

    Total weight :11.67 gr