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Our Emeralds, Regular and Colombian colors, are created by “hydrothermal process” method. The foundation of the process is built upon seeds and natural low-grade beryl, also known as “nutrient.” Other color-inducing chemicals are added to the process, all of which can be found in a natural emerald. Through scorching temperatures, water and the remaining properties, the process takes its course. The hydrothermal process is a simulation of the natural occurrence emeralds endure, only accelerated through science.
The seeds/nutrient are the core ingredients which determine the end-result. The additional chemicals are also added into the mix. The seed and nutrient are fused with the color-inducing chemicals, such as Vanadium and/or Chromium
After the concoction is precise, the seeds, nutrient and liquid mixture is inserted into a pressure vessel. Multiple pressure vessels are sealed and chambered in protective safes. The process starts by gradually heating the pressure vessels. The increasing rise in temperature corresponds to the increasing rise in pressure, resulting in liquid expansion inside the pressure vessel. Once the temperature rises to about 600°C and the pressure is around 800 PSI, the process reaches an ultimate equilibrium and a growth process begins. In theory, created emerald forms, as the chemicals are deposited onto a seed. The whole process takes around four weeks to complete.
From the properties which are within the created emerald to how the created emerald comes to be, our hydrothermal process is what separates us from the imitators and makes us truly created.