Alexandrite and Diamond Ring
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A stunning, natural Alexandrite weighing 1.41 carats is showcased in this spectacular ring
- An enchanting Alexandrite takes center stage in this elegant ring
- Brilliant white diamonds weighing .77 total carats support this rare gem
- Alexandrites change color from violet to olive green when exposed to different types of light
- All stones are set in a charming 18K white gold filigree setting
A stunning 1.41-carat Alexandrite sparkles in this beautiful ring. Changing from a violet shade to olive green, this rare stone is surrounded by 0.77 total carats of round brilliant white diamonds, all set in an exquisite 18K white gold filigree setting. An intriguing stone with a noble history, Alexandrite is one of the most valuable gemstones in the world. Its most unique property is the spectacular change of color. This color change depends on the stone's reaction to different types of light. It displays a lovely greenish hue in daylight, and a beautiful purplish-red color in incandescent light. The first Alexandrite was discovered in Russia in 1834 on the birthday of Czar Alexander II. The czar claimed all subsequent finds of this natural chrysoberyl, making this truly the gemstone of royalty.