Edwardian Emerald Necklace

18 Karat Yellow Gold, 1.14 CT Center Oval Cabochon Emerald, 2.22 CT Round Brilliant and Rose Cut Diamonds, and Silver Patina. Inspired by the Edwardian Era, a time when fine jewelry was a crucial component of every outfit, pieces were created to compliment the silk and lace worn by royalty. Understated and delicately feminine, this piece exhibits striking detail and painstaking attention to detail. The round brilliant cut diamonds are set in silver boasting a black, antique finish. Each diamond is meticulously set with a foil backing to ensure that it shines in contrast to the antique finish. Measurements: Chain Length: 16in (18 Karat Yellow Gold) Pendant Length: 2.25in Pendant Width: 1.25in

May Birthstone (Emerald)

“Who first beholds the light of day
In Spring’s sweet flowery month of May
And wears an emerald all her life
Shall be a loved and happy wife.”

A symbol for rebirth, the Emerald is believed to supply its owner with foresight and abundant good fortune. Its traditional association with love and fertility make it a perfect stone for mothers and wives; however, today Emeralds are also known to represent wealth and wisdom.

As if that’s not enough, the soothing, green hues are easy on the eye, effectively relieving stress and strain. In a world surrounded by artificial light and computer screens, we could all take a moment and get lost in a lush, green Emerald.

Originally mined in Egypt as early as 330 B.C., this ancient gemstone later appeared in Columbia, Brazil, Afghanistan, and Zambia. Favored by Cleopatra, Alexander the Great, and Henry II, Perfect Emeralds are considered to be amongst the rarest gemstones. Michael Barin from Sixth Avenue Jewelers never settles for anything less than perfect, so you know he’s turning these beautiful stones into one-of-a-kind works of art that will dazzle for a lifetime.