Whenever I’m in Zambia, I see the sights. I’ll never tire of the glorious, crashing sound of the Victoria Falls or of spotting big cats and gigantic elephants on safari. But I’m really there for something more majestic than the falls and even rarer than endangered animals. I’m on the lookout for Zambian emeralds.
For centuries, Colombia was home to the world’s finest emeralds. But recent discoveries in Zambia have matched Colombian gemstones for vivid, rich green color, coupled with incredible clarity. It’s a genuine game changer, especially with Zambian emeralds being not only less porous than their Colombian cousins, but also— at time of writing— more affordable.
The Safari Emerald Bracelet is set with 12 genuine Zambian emeralds, weighing 3 1/3 carats. These verdant green beauties are surrounded by sparkling white rounds, creating a halo of brilliance and beauty.
If the Safari Emerald Bracelet was set with Colombian emeralds and mined diamonds, it would cost thousands and thousands of dollars. But, thanks to some carefully negotiated gemstone acquisitions on my travels to Zambia, we can offer that same look for less. Be warned: Zambian emeralds won’t be a new find forever, and we expect prices to rise as word gets out. So join us on our gemstone safari now while it’s still a beautiful bargain.