Tumbled stone with silver 925 silver
Each stone is unique and can vary slightly in size, shape, color and drawing from the picture.
Emerald is a chromium-containing ring silicate and belongs to the mineral family of beryls. The word for our glasses is etymologically derived from the name of this stone family and indicates a connection between these stones and our eyes.
The beginnings of emerald mining lie in ancient Egypt. As early as the 13th century BC The gemstones were mined there. The precious stones were also in great demand in the Orient with the Persians, Ottomans and the Mughal rulers of India.
In Egypt the emerald was assigned to the mother goddess Isis and thus became a symbol of eternal love. In Greek mythology, the emerald was considered a stone of divine inspiration, and the Romans assigned it to the god-messenger Mercury, which is why it was also a protective stone for travelers.
Note: The effect of gemstones, minerals and crystals has not yet been scientifically recognized. All statements on this page are not intended as a diagnosis or therapy.