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The 1759-carat Guinness Emerald Crystal. The stone was found at the Coscuez mine and is one of the largest gem-quality emerald crystals in the world. Today it is part of the collection of the Banco Nacionale de la Republica in BogotÓ, Colombia.

The Sacred Emerald Buddha. A very recent find of a magnificent Zambian crystal of more than 3,000 cts., cut to 2,620 cts. to magical splendor representation Lord Buddha. Owned by a Thai private collector.
The stunning 167.97-carat Mackay Emerald was mined in Muzo. The largest cut emerald in the National Gem Collection, it is set in an Art Deco diamond and platinum necklace designed by Cartier Inc. In 1931, Clarence H. Mackay presented the necklace as a wedding gift to his wife, Anna Case, a prima donna of the New York Metropolitan Opera from 1909 to 1920. The piece was donated to the Smithsonian Institute by Mrs. Anna Case Mackay in 1984. Source: The National Gem Collection by Jeffrey E. Post.

 

The Hooker Emerald Brooch, A 75.47-carat Colombian emerald set in a brooch, part of the Smithsonian Museum's collection.
The superb clarity and deep green color of the 37.82-carat Chalk Emerald ranks among the very finest Colombian emeralds. According to legend, it was once the centerpiece of an emerald and diamond necklace belonging to a maharani of the former state of Baroda in India. It originally weighed 38.40 carats, but was recut and set in a ring, where it is surrounded by sixty pear-shaped diamonds (totalling 15 carats), by Harry Winston Inc. The ring was a gift to the Smithsonian Institute by Mr. and Mrs. O. Roy Chalk in 1972. Source: The National Gem Collection by Jeffrey E. Post.


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