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The Alexandrite you want for your sparkling pendant is right here in our collection. Every cut and form brings out the distinctive brilliance of alexandrite in a unique way. To begin shopping, choose a shape that fascinates you.
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We have answered here the most common questions related to Alexandrites Pendants
It is a variety of the mineral chrysoberyl. Alexandrites are best known for both their intense color and dramatic color changes when viewed under different types of light. Alexandrite is considered the stone of good omen. It is generally associated with bringing a balance between spiritual and material being of a person. In Russia, alexandrite is known as the stone of glory and it supposedly brings fame to its wearer. Alexandrite is the birthstone for those born in June.
Alexandrites from Russian and Brazilian mines carry a premium over Alexandrites from other origins. The premium grows as the quality and size/weight of a gemstone increases. The other places in the world where alexandrites are mined are Sri Lanka, Africa, India etc.
The price of an alexandrite depends primarily on its color changing abilities, clarity and transparency. The price generally ranges anywhere between $200 and $10,000 per carat, though it can go way beyond this range.
Yes, you can wear an alexandrite on an everyday basis. It's strong enough to withstand the rigors of daily use. Alexandrite is a very hard gemstone. It scores 8.5/10 on the Mohs Scale of hardness.
We recommend buying an alexandrite from a trusted source where you get a certificate of authenticity along with your stone. All of our gemstones invariably carry our own certificate of authenticity and most are certified by reputed bodies such as GIA, AGL, etc.
Do not clean your alexandrite with any harsh chemical or petroleum distillate. Use a simple solution of water and gentle soap to clean and then wipe.