Green gemstones are popular among jewelry aficionados, designers, and collectors alike. The vibrant to rich hues make them equally exciting to wear and work with. Green is the color of abundance. It brings with it a richness of life that helps you to channel the energy of abundance. Let the energy of green gemstones immerse your spirit back into the wild it craves with a surge of life force energy. This restores your depleted energy, and helps you to feel vibrant, peaceful, full of health, and wise. They are also traditionally used to attract wealth, prosperity and money, which is why green jade is highly valued as a sacred stone in Asia.
Peridot Peridot is the name given to specimens of yellowish green to bright green olivine that are suitable for producing gems. Peridot serves as the birthstone for the month of August, and that contributes to its customer awareness and popularity.
Jade Jade is a cultural term for a very durable and often beautiful gem material. Although most people immediately associated jade with China, it has been found in other parts of the world and used as a gem and ornamental stone for thousands of years
Prasiolite ("Green Amethyst") Prasiolite is the name of the gemstone that is transparent celadon-green quartz. Amethyst is transparent purple quartz. Citrine is transparent yellow quartz. Prasiolite is often referred to as "Green Amethyst". It's also called Vermarine, Lime Citrine, and just Green Quartz. Prasiolite is a great gemstone for gem collectors looking for distinct and attractive green color, availability in large carats, and eye cleanliness
Grossular ("Green Garnet") Green garnets? Most people have never heard of Grossular and would be surprised to learn that it is a green garnet. Grossular garnets come in almost every color, even colorless, except blue. However, unlike other garnets, they’re rarely red or dark. Often light to medium in tone, they make brilliant, vibrant jewelry stones.
Emerald Emerald is the deep green color variety of themineral known asberyl. To be an emerald, a beryl must have a rich green color that ranges between bluish green, green, and slightly yellowish green. Pale green specimens and those outside of the required color range should be called "green beryl."
Apatite Spanning multiple shades of green, yellow, blue, brown, gray or clear, theApatitehas been named after the Greek word meaning “to deceive”. Because of the variety in colors and formations this stone comes in, it is easily mistaken for other minerals.
Aventurine Aventurineoffers shades of green from seafoam to shamrock and is excellent for carving things like chess pieces and figurines. It is also used to make jewelry and incorporated into many fashion accessories.
Tourmalinehas a flawless appearance about it and truly showcases green a unique way from many other gemstones. You’ll discover greens from light to deep, and the cuts will be ideal for designing jewelry from necklaces to bracelets. However, you can also purchase the gem rough.