About Embassy Emeralds

Welcome to the Embassy Emeralds blog site. 5.52 Carat Emerald Ring with Precolombian SymbolEmbassy Emeralds is an American-owned business founded in 2005 with the goal of providing high quality Colombian emeralds and emerald jewelry at good prices to those who share the same appreciation for these captivating green treasures as we do. Our vision is simple. We intend to become the most trusted and respected source for Colombian emeralds on the internet. Quality emeralds, jewelry, service, and attention to the customer will be the things you remember most about your buying experience with us. We buy only high quality natural emeralds in Colombia and only from reputable sources. All of our emeralds are handpicked by us to ensure they measure up to Embassy Emeralds’ high quality standards.

Embassy Emeralds takes special requests for loose emeralds, trapiche emeralds, diamonds, fancy diamonds, euclase, amber and several other gemstones. Our emerald suppliers allow us to easily source stones in various quality grades ranging from a few hundred dollars per carat to $10,000 per carat and beyond. All special requests for gems can be certified by an independent, internationally recognized gem lab.

We also take orders for handcrafted custom jewelry, such as the ring seen above, using the highest quality gold and platinum available. Mineral collectors and rockhounds will be delighted to know we have access to several museum and collector quality mineral specimens featuring uncut emerald crystals, green beryl, quartz, euclase, and other types of crystals and minerals found in Muzo and the other famous emerald mines of Colombia. Visit our website or contact us today.

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One Response to “About Embassy Emeralds”

  1. I’ll be in Bogata next February to buy Emeralds. How long does it take to get certificates from the Colombian Gem Lab? Is there a variety of Certificates? What are the costs for each?
    Do you have individual Emeralds listed on your site with prices?
    Thank you for your help,
    Paul Hapip

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