Colombian Panna

Colombian Panna: At Gem Selections, we have wide range of Colombian panna – from Rs. 2100/per ratti to Rs. 31000/per ratti. 

You can visit our store in Janakpuri, New Delhi and have a look at this collection and decide what you want as per your requirements and budget. 

The Gemstones that your buy from Gem Selections always come with a Govt. Lab Certificate, Vat Paid Bill and a Guarantee of purity and originality from Khanna Gems (P) Ltd and its Promoter Mr. Pankaj Khanna. 

Colombian Panna, like all colored Gemstones is valued on the basis of Color and Clarity. Normally, while grading a Colombian Panna, color is by far the most important criterion. However, clarity of a Panna Stone, is a close second. Both are necessary conditions. A fine Panna must possess not only a pure vibrant Green hue, but also a high degree of transparency to be considered a top Gem. Rare Colombian Panna: One of the largest Colombian Panna, crystals, which weighs 632 carats. The collection of the Bank of Bogota includes five valuable emerald crystals with weights of between 220 and 1796 carats, and splendid emeralds also form part of the Iranian National Treasury, adorning, for example, the diadem of the former Empress Farah. The Turkish sultans also loved emeralds. 
Columbian Panna
Colombian Panna, to be at the top of the list in terms of the countries in which fine Panna Stone are found. It has about 150 known deposits, though not all of these are currently being exploited. The best known names are Muzo and Chivor, where Panna was mined by the Incas. In economic terms, the most important mine is at Coscuez, where some 60 faces are being worked. According to estimates, approximately three quarters of Colombia's emerald production now comes from the Coscuez Mine. Colombian Panna differ from Panna Stone from other deposits in that they have an especially fine, shining Panna green unimpaired by any kind of bluish tint. 

 Government lab certified colombian panna stone The cut of the stone is also significant. Emerald can have round, pear, oval shapes the emerald cut, that is, octagonal shape is most preferred. Inclusions are almost an accepted fact in emeralds. 

Color is divided into three components: hue, saturation and tone. the hue must be bright. Gray is the normal saturation modifier or mask found in emerald. A grayish green hue is a dull green.