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                                                How are Emeralds Found

Mining for emeralds is delicate work. These gemstones are often hidden in other less valuable rocks. The best emeralds are usually found close to the earth's surface making initial exploration a dainty task.  Exploration is best done by hand since machinery could destroy or blast away the stones. Location Unlike diamonds  rubies and sapphires Emeralds are not found along riverbanks they are embedded in rocks making their retrieval difficult complicating things further. Emeralds might be hidden in rocks among layers of mica schist  a flaky  thin mineral. Tools and Blasting equipment isn't a good equipment choice for mining emeralds because the gemstones are close to the surface and may be hidden by other minerals. The work of extracting emeralds can be painstaking and delicate.  Emeralds have been mined for hundreds of years, long before the discovery of electricity and mechanized mining. And due to such delicate work the LKA Emerald  and Stephenson Emerald that was Unearthed in one Piece making a Very Rare Find from Hiddenite area of North Carolina USA History

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When the “LKA Emerald” was unearthed in 1984 in the Hiddenite area of North Carolina, it was considered the largest intact emerald found in North America. At 1,686.3 carats, it currently ranks as the 2nd largest. The name “LKA” comes from the company that owned the mine at the time. The “Stephenson Emerald,” found in the same region in 1969, weighs 1,438 cts. It, too, was considered the largest North American emerald until the discovery of the LKA emerald. This stone was named after John A. D. Stephenson, a 19th century researcher of Hiddenite area gems. Both of these gems were displayed in the American Museum of Natural History in the 1990s, Please visit our website in the future for updates and where these rare Emeralds may soon be seen in a Museum


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Both Rare Emeralds are a unique glimpse
 into Americana  and Native American
 folklore of rare "Green Bolts"and are 
 storied in Native American history. 
Important American History 
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1,438 CARAT WEIGHT

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