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Emerald rings are not only eye-catching, but they are also steeped in a history rich with royal intrigue and adventure. The emerald ring commonly uses step-cuts for a flashing effect, a shape known as an emerald cut, rather than a fiery or brilliant one. It better suits the dark, mysterious verdigris green of the jewel, though other fancy cuts have singular advantages. The dusky tone is further emphasized in emerald and diamond rings, where the colorless diamond serves to highlight the emerald’s bewitching characteristics. Modern emerald rings span a broad spectrum of shades, from delicate sea foam to opaque sage, but the most popular color remains the deep forest tone everyone attributes to the stone. Contemporary styles also feature simplistic designs, white or yellow gold and channels of pave diamonds.

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