Antiquated or Ageless?
Most people have this antiquated idea of emeralds: set in old tarnished gold, worn by ancient empresses, representing an elite class far outside the reach of the average citizen. Well, we’re here to challenge that. There’s no debate that emeralds are old - almost 3 billion years old. Cleopatra was known to love emeralds, and they became some of the most coveted gems in ancient Asian and South American Civilizations nearly 5,000 years ago. Their value and preciousness have withstood the tides of time, but there has never been a time quite like now. Modernization is the predominant conductor, whether it be technology, language, or entertainment, and jewelry trends are not immune.