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Everyone Loves Emerald Necklaces

Elevate your outfit with an enchanting emerald necklace! We love emerald and think it makes for a gorgeous, vividly green necklace. However, we weren’t the first to fall in love with this tranquil green gem. Ancient civilizations beat us to it – and we’re totally cool with that.

Emerald holds a special place in the hearts of many. Emerald, which looks somewhat similar to chrome diopside, is the birthstone for the month of May and is a common gift for couples celebrating their 20th and 35th anniversaries. But more historically speaking, for centuries emerald green has been the designated color to represent love and beauty. In ancient Rome, green was the color devoted to Venus who was the goddess of beauty and love. It’s said that Venus loved emerald and ancient Romans related the stone to her because it symbolized reproduction.

This glamourous green gem was mined near the Red Sea in ancient Egypt. Emeralds were highly coveted by both the wealthy and priests, and it’s believed that Cleopatra loved emerald more than any other gem. Some gemstone mines in Egypt were even called “Cleopatra’s Mines” back in the day. And across the ocean in South America (where some of the best emeralds are still found today), the ancient Aztecs and Incas worshiped this gem as a holy stone.