Have you ever seen a real alexandrite? This extremely rare stone is treasured for its color-changing phenomenon, which is caused by how the gemstone absorbs light. Under natural light, an alexandrite will appear green to blue, and under candle light, an alexandrite will appear red to purple.
Our pretty alexandrite ring features a .20ct round genuine alexandrite, which changes in color from green to reddish-purple. The alexandrite is framed in a halo of sparkling white diamonds. The tapered shank of the ring features graduated diamonds, which start out tiny and get larger as they progress down the shank. The 28 brilliant cut white diamonds = .22ct total weight, with G-H/VS2 color/clarity grades. The ring is crafted in 14 karat white gold, and is a size 7.
Because of alexandrite's color-changing phenomenon, along with differences in computer screens, it's impossible to show the exact color this gem. The photos are edited to be as true to life as possible. We recommended coming in and viewing this amazing alexandrite for yourself!
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