Choosing an emerald ring

An emerald will always be green. However, the color can range from pale to very dark green, with shades of yellow and blue in between. The grassy green remains the most sought-after. More details on this gemstone can be found in our gemstone section.

Because of its fragility, a special cut, known as the emerald cut, protects the stone from possible shocks. So, if you don't want an emerald cut for your emerald ring, we recommend stones of different shapes, but smaller sizes that are more resistant to shocks. You can also opt for a mix of sizes, as on the emerald ring from the "Suprema Regina by Jaubalet" collection.


When to give an emerald ring?

You now know that it was her "flaws" that made you fall in love with her, and you've been together for 40 years. It's time to give her an emerald ring for your 40th wedding anniversary. 40 years old? You've still got a long way to go before that. Luckily, she was born in May. For her birthday, an emerald ring would be ideal, as it's the stone of the month's natives. Or, quite simply, she loves emeralds. But she doesn't have any. Don't wait any longer, surprise her with an emerald ring.