How Green Is My Jewellery
The colour green is often associated with envy and gemstones were exclusively owned by aristocrats. It isn’t surprising that green gemstone jewellery
can elicit not only that twinge of envy but also command admiration and appreciation. Thankfully, one doesn’t have to be envious or aristocratic to own an emerald ring. CaratLane has introduced an exclusive green gemstone ring collection
with a price range from 8500 INR to 55,000 INR. The collection includes rings that are described below.
Genuine emerald rings
The colour of genuine emerald can range from a light to a deep green, the deeper the colour, the more expensive the stone. The Floral emerald ring is simple and appealing in a fleur- de-lis pattern with genuine emeralds at the four tips of the petals and in the centre. The Tamrachuda oval emerald ring has a single teardrop shaped stone with diamonds set in 18Kt yellow gold.
Emerald is the gemstone worn on the little finger of individuals whose ruling planet is Mercury. Panna (as emerald is called in India) is beneficial for a harmonious life and to excel in ones’ career. The Wave emerald birthstone ring is a simple twisted gold band
with a single oval emerald set on top. The Halo emerald ring is also a birthstone ring, with the emerald set in 18 Kt white gold, surrounded by a single ring of diamonds.
Green gemstone rings
The Haze elegance resembles the Halo in that it is a large rectangular green stone surrounded by a single ring of diamonds. The Aamira and its variation, Aalifa, are showy pieces with diamonds embedded with small green stones surrounding a central large green stone. The Zenia is a pattern fit for royalty- a large rectangular emerald in the centre, diamonds and rubies complete the floral pattern to make it the largest ring in the collection. The Alba hammered has a teardrop shaped synthetic emerald along with two other diamond studded leaf designs to complete a threesome
Green gemstone rings from Collections
The Angela Viridity ring is from the Ornati collection designed by Farah Khan; the ring has rectangular synthetic emeralds set in a fan shaped design and a diamond-studded curlicue. The Lahari paisley ring with a teardrop shaped greenstone surrounded by S shaped diamond encrusted rays, is part of the Paisley collection.
Shopping with CaratLane
CaratLane allows the customer to study every facet of the jewellery on its website. Detailed descriptions of the product, including the break-up of cost of individual gemstones are clearly mentioned. Browsing the website, therefore, is a complete shopping experience. A Try-at-home option is available for some items, otherwise a 30-day cashback offer is available. Like it does for all its jewellery, CaratLane offers a lifetime warranty and buyback option.
While payment for some items includes cash-on-delivery, all emerald rings can be purchased by payment through credit and debit cards, online transfers, cheque or cash deposits, Western Union money transfer or Cash on Delivery.