Sterling Canyon reports on the Emerald gemstone that moves elephant and mountains. Artist Arzan Khambatta has created this Ganesha sculpture with a 638-carat Gemfields Zambian emerald. Ganesha is the god with an elephant’s head and revered in India. The sculpture was created as part of a fund raiser for the conservation initiatives of the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and the World Land Trust for Asian elephants. What they don’t tell you is that the emeralds from Zambia are most likely mined with children and low wages. Part of the world we live in where many of the precious gemstones on the market are mined with these atrocities. Sterling Canyon offers several emerald gemstone necklaces and earring sets. Impossible to trace the true origin of these gemstones. They exchange hands many times and backtracing is nearly impossible. However, saving the African and Asian elephants is a true endeavor and needs everyones support.