|Hardness||7.5 - 8|
|Anniversary||20th and 35th|
|Metaphysical||Known for stimulating love, compassion, healing and abundance.|
Emerald’s earliest well known source was found in Columbia. Today it can be found in Brazil, Africa, Afghanistan, and Pakistan
Trapiche Emeralds have a unique geometric growth pattern of six spokes, a wheel-like pattern.
Cleopatra’s favorite stone, Emerald was also the chosen stone to adorn the Crown of the Andes in the early 17th century.
Wash in warm soapy water. Avoid steamer and ultrasonic.