Top Rated May Birthstone

Do you know emeralds and sapphires hail from the same family? If you are a May baby, you may have strong admiration for gorgeous green emeralds as birthstone ensembles. Emeralds are well known for their sparkling green color and immaculate brilliance and enjoy a glorious history as May birthstone. Carrying all the green of Nature, emerald crystals bring growth, fertility, compassion, friendship and harmony to the wearer.


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These lush green stones have been the source of fascination and reverence for many centuries not only among May-born women, but also Royals and A-list stars. We have rounded up some outstanding emerald jewels, which have flaunted the extravagance of renowned women of the world.

Queen Elizabeth II owned a vast collection of emerald jewels and accessories, showcasing royalty through her stunning jewelry collections. From a graceful emerald and diamond tiara to a spectacular, oversized necklace, you could find fabulous greens that the Princess carried to events and imperial dinners.

Queen Elizabeth II Emerald Jewelry

Princess Farah Diba, Empress of Iran, 1967 redefined queenship as she donned a massive and vibrant gemstone-studded tiara. Her crown consisted of 38 emeralds with loads of diamonds, rubies and other stones. She was also treated with a unique necklace and pair of earrings comprising lushness of green stones and brilliance of white sparklers.

Princess Farah Diba

Elizabeth Taylor has been greatly admired for her flawless beauty and fashion sense. With a remarkable acting career, she enjoyed receiving lavish jewelry gifts from husband, Richard Burton. Taylor received a sensational Emerald suite including a brooch, a necklace, a ring, a bracelet and pair of earrings.

Elizabeth Taylor

• Wife of 35th President of United States John F. Kennedy and First Lady of the US, Jacqueline Bouvier was one of the luckiest women to receive a one-of-a-kind emerald and diamond engagement ring at that time. Her engagement stunner was worth million dollars.
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Jacqueline Bouvier Emerald jewelry

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