Color-Changing Alexandrite Ring, 4.06 Carats
Color-Changing Alexandrite Ring, 4.06 Carats

Color-Changing Alexandrite Ring, 4.06 Carats

  • An exceptionally rare alexandrite weighing 4.06 carats is set in this ring
  • This fascinating jewel changes from a deep green to purplish-red depending on the light
  • The stone is AGL certified as being completely natural and untreated
  • Set in platinum with diamond accents
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Item No. 30-8842
$120,000
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This exceptionally rare alexandrite is the chameleon of the gemstone world - the fascinating gemstone changes color depending on the light. Displaying a deep green hue when viewed in daylight, this 4.06-carat alexandrite changes to an equally stunning purplish-red when viewed in incandescent light. The enchanting stone has been certified by the American Gemological Laboratories (AGL) as a natural alexandrite, meaning it has undergone no treatment or enhancements to achieve its unique color change. Accented by white diamonds, the rare stone is mounted in a classic platinum setting.

While the alexandrite’s almost magical trait of dramatically changing colors in varying light makes it extremely valuable, its history makes it all the more intriguing. The first alexandrite was discovered in Russia in 1830. Since the national colors of Imperial Russia were red and green, it was named after Tsar Alexander II on the occasion of his coming of age. The Tsar claimed all subsequent finds of this natural chrysoberyl for the throne, making this truly the gemstone of royalty.

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Style:Modern
Type:Rings
Stone:Colored Gemstone
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