In colour assortments of bluish green to greenish blue, emeralds are the gems of romance and royalty. Not only are these stones the most coveted of all gemstones but are considered as having the ability to reveal the faithfulness among lovers. In fact, they have been christened as the “stones of successful love”.

Emeralds have been valued since the ancient times. During the Roman Empire, they were dedicated to Venus, the goddess of love and beauty and have always been regarded as the gems for lovely women. King Napoleon chose emeralds for Empress Josephine and Cleopatra used them to decorate most of her portraits. As a stone of love and immeasurable patience, it exemplifies unity and empathy as well as unconditional love. 

An Emerald, particularly when given as a present symbolizes companionship and balance between partners. Since time immemorial, these stones are known to promote domestic ecstasy, gratification and loyalty. Given their ability to instill security in love, it is not surprising to see the reason as to why they were dedicated to the goddess of love and beauty.

In the present world, emeralds are used to attract romantic love and bring back and estranged love. Emerald is considered as an exceptional gem for revitalizing the passion, especially when you’re interested in a person or job. They are regarded as a “calming stones” at work place that have an energizing effect on the mind, reflection and attitude. In addition, they are amazing gemstones for igniting artistic ingenuity, enhancing focus and bringing concentration at the place of work.

Also, emerald is the birthstone for the month of May and the anniversary crystal for the 20th and 35th years of marriage.