For Your Wedding - Consider Using Green Crystal And Its Alternatives
Many couples are getting married in the middle of the pandemic. Some are looking for the best wedding ring to give to their partner. Green crystal as a stone for your rings is one of the best options for couples planning to marry during the pandemic.
Why did I suggest this crystal for your ring? Green represents nature, and what does nature do to us? Nature never fails to amaze us with its fresh and relaxing beauty. Similarly, a ring with a green crystal can take our breath away because of its stunning appearance, which your partner will undoubtedly fall in love with. I will show them to you at the end of this article.
But first, we should tackle first the things related to green crystals.
People wear green crystal to show how beautiful and abundant nature is, as well as to show how the natural world's energies can help them. This crystal is the color that makes you want to go to sleep the most.
Many people believes that this crystal will help you stay in balance, grow, be harmonious, and learn. Although this is not scientifically proven, Green Crystals can be used for almost anything. They are extremely safe. They are, as previously stated, perfectly suited for wedding rings.
So without further ado, let's move forward.
Green crystals are simply a type of crystal or stone that is not very common in many places because of its rarity. They are sometimes one of the most popular crystals for personalized jewelry. It is a solid material made up of atoms, molecules, and ions that are organized in a very precise way at the microscopic level, forming a crystal lattice that goes in all directions. The scientific study of crystals and how they form is called crystallography.
Important things to note: I, the author of this article, do not agree with some statements about green crystals that they have healing powers or something related to that. As I mentioned earlier, it's not scientifically proven, and aside from that, of course, crystals remain as crystals. We don't want people to expect something from things that are not created just like what they are thinking. Green crystals have an effect on life, not because they have powers, but because they are beautiful, and that's all that matters.
- Green Jade
- Green Jasper
- Unakite Jasper
- Green Quartz
Popular light green crystals include:
- Green Aventurine
Emerald Crystal Ring
This beautiful ring has a real, natural emerald gemstone that is set in multi-faceted crystals of emerald green and gold. This ring has a lot of sparkle and a lot of color. It's perfect for any occasion.
Because green crystal are rare in rings, only a few exist, I am only able to give you one example, I don't want you to be disappointed, so let's get a list of green stones for your gems rather than the crystal.
When green crystals are cut, they are also determined as a stone. So I'll also show you different types of green stones.
List of Green Gemstones:
1. GREEN DIAMOND
- An exclusive gemstone
- Extremely rare
- Very expensive
- Synthetic varieties available
Green diamonds are very rare. In general, the color of diamonds comes from trace elements. Green diamonds, on the other hand, are a little different in this way. They get their color from natural radiation that happens over a long time. Green diamonds are not radioactive, so they are safe to wear. Radiation can be dangerous, but green diamonds are not.
2. Green Sapphire
- Highly durable
- Commonly heat treated
- Synthetic varieties available
Until recently, green sapphires were not thought to be very valuable. They are now becoming more popular. Green sapphires are very rare. They get their color from iron, which makes them green. It can be hard to find green sapphire jewelry because blue is the color that people want.
- Tough and compact
- Medium hardness
- Rarely faceted
- Highly valued in Asian countries
- Waxy to vitreous luster
The word "jade" is almost the same as "green." When it comes to jade, people have been using it for a long time. In China, jade has been used for more than 7000 years.
In jade there are two types: jadeite and nephrite. People think jadeite is more valuable and of better quality than nephrite, but nephrite is more common and less pricey. Jade is a little soft (6 Mohs) but very strong because of its small size. Most jade is cut into cabochons or other smooth shapes or carved. A less common thing to do with jade is cut it into pieces. This can make the gemstone even more beautiful. When you look at jade, it has a waxy luster that makes you want to touch the stone.
4. DEMANTOID GARNET
- Most valuable garnet type
- Found in small sizes
- Distinctive inclusions
- Good brilliance
Another member of the garnet family, demantoids belong to the andradite variety. Demantoids are the most valuable type of garnets and are also very rare. Most demantoid gemstones come in sizes under 2 carats so finding a large demantoid stone is difficult.
Demantoids occur in colors ranging from faint to vivid emerald green. Some have secondary colors of yellow or brown, which are less desirable. Vivid green demantoids, which primarily come from Russia, are the most valuable. Some demantoids contain rare horsetail shaped inclusions, which are not found in other gems. These inclusions add value to the stone, making demantoids one of the very few gemstones that gain value from its impurities. Demantoids are highly brilliant gemstones and are durable enough for regular use.
Gemologists look at color by looking at hue, tone, and saturation. It's not always green that is the main color in a green gemstone, though. Gems can also have other colors, like blue or pink. Green gems may have secondary colors that are blue or yellow, but they may also be green. In general, a pure green color is the best and more expensive.
If you really want a green crystal ring, emerald is ideal but expensive. Examine yourself and decide whether it is worthwhile to purchase. You can also invest in gemstones, which are not differs from one another.
Green crystals are extremely valuable because they are both rare and long-lasting. It has the potential to be passed down to your children and grandchildren! Let them appreciate it.