What shade is emerald?

Is emerald dark or light green?

Dark Green and Price

The ideal color of emeralds is a slightly bluish green with a medium tone, and vivid saturation.

Are there different shades of emerald?

Though emeralds are classically green, they actually range from yellow-green to blue-green. Emerald color is defined based on three aspects: its hue (color), saturation (intensity), and tone (purity). The more vivid the green, the darker and purer it shows, the more valuable the emerald.

Should emerald be dark or light?

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.

How can you tell a pure emerald?

Identifying Color

Emeralds are only green, and the green is very distinct. The green also produces a soft, shimmery effect that cameras hate. This is the primary factor that differentiates it from gems like peridot, which is always a yellowish green color versus an emerald’s more bluish hues.

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