Scientist believes that the human eye is most sensitive to the color green. We recognize it quicker and see it more often. That’s good news for the emerald gemstone. It might also explain why so many people are drawn to the National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC. The museum houses the Gachala Emerald, Chalk Emerald, and the Hooker Emerald Brooch, amongst others. Stauer’s Carnaval Collection now gives you the opportunity to own a emerald jewelry set that will have everyone admiring it!
Stauer gemstone buyers recently trekked through Brazilian rain forest with a gem broker to acquire a stash of dazzling emeralds. Stauer than had the emeralds jeweled into necklaces, rings, earrings, and bracelets. Below is a description of the jewelry from Stauer.
Faced with an embarassment of riches, our designer transformed this spectacular cache of large stones into a stunning collection of faceted emerald cabochons set into .925 sterling silver. Each emerald is surrounded by delicate sterling silver ropework and filigree in the Bali-style. The 18″ necklace dangles from a sterling silver chain that fastens with an S clasp. The 20 ctw. earrings dangle from French style hooks. The 13 ctw. ring is available in full sizes 5-10. Each piece combines the rough, raw beauty of the rainforests with the flash and dazzle of the Rio Carnival.
The bracelet is 50 carats of total weight, 8 inches long, made of sterling silver with double Shepherd’s Hook Clasp and has 6 oval shaped facet cut emeralds ranging up to 17 mm. Stauer offers the necklace, ring, and earrings together in the Carnaval Collection. The Carnaval Bracelet is offered separately. Stauer is currently offering gift coupons with each purchase and claim to have a 30 day guarantee. Customer reviews on these jewelry pieces have averaged over 4 out of 5 stars.