What does treated emerald mean?
Instead, Emeralds are typically treated with oil or other “fillers“. The purpose of this is to draw the filling substance into any surface-reaching fissures (on a microscopic level) to improve the clarity of the Emerald.
Are natural emeralds treated?
There are many products to fracture fill emeralds, 99% of all emeralds are treated after all. In light of this, some labs and gemstone dealers felt the need to establish a standard to identify and classify the enhancing agents used in different countries.
What is unheated emerald?
There is nothing known as an unheated Emerald and Emerald does not go through heat treatment. It is easy for a business minded entity to harvest some keywords and drive traffic to the site.
Can you chip an emerald?
Yes. Like all stones (yes, even diamonds!) Emeralds can crack or chip if struck. Because many Emeralds have surface-reaching inclusions, cracks can occur more easily.
Are dark or light emeralds better?
When it comes to emerald, many people expect a deep, dark green. But often, the stone they fall in love with is much lighter! Lighter gems reflect more light, making them livelier, and most people prefer them to a darker green with less brilliance.
When should you not wear emerald?
The Emerald gemstone should be worn for life by Aquarians when the presence of Mercury is strongest in the 1st, 4th, 5th, and 9th house. For Pisces, the Panna stone should be worn during strong Mercury periods and when Mercury is placed in the 4th, 7th, 10th, and 11th house.