Gold Tree Branch Engagement Ring
Gold tree branch engagement ring is stunning. This Herkimer Diamond ring is a true treasure to behold. We actually own the location where this beautiful gemstone was found (Little Falls, New York). We can guarantee this Herkimer Diamond ring is 100 percent natural; no treatment has been done to enhance the natural beauty of this gemstone. Herkimers are extremely durable. In fact they are so strong they can scratch steel and glass, making this gem a perfect choice for engagement rings or as a keepsake that can be passed down from generation to generation. Set in a beautiful 14k gold branch design.
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History and Lore of Herkimer Diamonds
It is referred to as a “diamond” because of its sparking brilliance in natural light. It provides an energy of delicate harmony, enhancing distinct awareness and unbridled spontaneity. It helps one to “be”. It is known as the “attunement stone”.
It is a manifestation of pure, solidified spiritual light. They emanate a high, harmonious energy that positively sings on the upper levels of the vibrational spectrum. Herkimers emanate the brightest crystal light and they help purify one’s energy field and attune one to the white Light of Divine Essence. This is the stone that attracts angels as there is a bliss and rapture in the vibration of Herkimer ‘Diamonds’. Herkimers can also make dreamwork a truly wonderful experience.
About Herkimer Diamonds
Herkimer Diamonds are beautiful double-terminated quartz crystals which are found in Herkimer County, New York. Incredibly, these phenomenal gemstones are believed to be close to five hundred million years old. The crystals are magnificent works of nature found in the rock, appearing to have been precision cut by man and having a diamond-like geometrical shape; thus, the name “Herkimer Diamonds”
Many collectors believe the Herkimer Diamond should rival a true diamond. Their reasoning for this is a true diamond found in the “rough” is exactly that, a rough appearing glass-like stone. The diamond must be painstakingly cut by man to give it smooth faces and a geometrical shape.
In fact, Herkimer Diamonds are not diamonds. A true diamond is one of the hardest elements known to man, scoring a ten on a one to ten hardness scale. Herkimer Diamonds are harder than all quartz crystals. They fall at about 7.5 on the Mohs hardness scale, giving the real diamond a close race.