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About Alexandrite Rings

About Alexandrite Rings

Alexandrite rings are an emblem of royal elegance. Alexandrite is the birthstone for June, as well as the anniversary stone for a 55th wedding anniversary. Alexandrite was discovered in the early nineteenth century, around the 1830s. It was discovered in the Ural Mountains region of Russia, where there were emerald mines.

How Alexandrite Changes Color

Alexandrite is a kind of the mineral chrysoberyl and it is recognized for its ability to change color. Alexandrite's color change is caused by the presence of iron and titanium in the mineral, as well as chromium. The color of alexandrite is frequently a mixture of distinct tones of green or blue, as well as varying shades of red. The color can be yellowish green or brownish green at times.

Value & Symbolism

The value of alexandrite is determined by the color saturation. You’ll find that the alexandrites displaying stronger and darker color change command more price than others. It is because of this richness of color that alexandrite was once the heartthrob of the Russian ruling class during the reign of the Czars, and it is today the apple of the eye of the common public. The Alexandrite ring is a sign of wealth and strength. When the wearer of the ring is in danger, the alexandrite in the ring is claimed to change color irrespective of the lighting.

Designs of Alexandrite Rings

There are numerous designs and patterns in which Alexandrite rings are available. You can choose an alexandrite in the right shape and size from GemsNY's extensive selection of gemstones and ring styles to make your own ring. When designing your ring, you might want to think about the price of different alexandrites based on their grade and size.

Some More Styles of Alexandrite Rings

A solitaire alexandrite ring is made up of a single center stone placed in a metal band, usually gold or platinum. In contrast, a two-stone alexandrite ring has two center stones rather than one. Consider a three-stone ring, which has a center stone surrounded on both sides by two diamonds.

Many people confuse a side stone ring with a three stone ring, but the two are not the same, despite the fact that side stones can be added to any alexandrite band. The center stone of a side stone alexandrite ring is surrounded by gemstones, usually diamonds, on the shank or metal band that forms the ring. The stones span the length of the metal band of the ring, sometimes completely, sometimes partially.

Alexandrite Rings for Everyone

There are so many types of alexandrite rings available at GemsNY that you and your loved ones can consider buying. In our extensive collection of alexandrite rings, you'll find halo rings, astrological rings, celtic rings, vintage or antique inspired rings, and many more. Every minor detail and component of the ring can be tweaked to match your desire. In our ‘make-your-own’ section, you can start by choosing an alexandrite or ring style. Either way you can change anything in your ring anytime you want.

FAQ - Alexandrite Rings

When it comes to ring settings, we have a lot of alternatives. Filters can be applied to gemstones, metals, and ring styles. The metal band, or shank, and the head or gallery which holds the center piece, are the two sections of a ring.

The ring setting is an amalgamation of these two elements. There are many different shank and gallery combinations to choose from at GemsNY.

We have a system in place for creating your one-of-a-kind alexandrite ring that begins with a sketch and progresses to CAD design. Every step of the procedure is documented and communicated to the client. You will get an excellent sense of how the ring will look by using a computer-aided design (CAD) rendering.
Yes. Our alexandrite rings come with a 30 days no-questions-asked return guarantee. Please read our terms here.
The term "conflict-free" is usually associated with diamonds, but all gemstones at GemsNY, including alexandrites, are ethically sourced. The certificate of authenticity for each gemstone can be found on the individual product page on our website.
The 4 Cs—color, clarity, cut, and carat weight – are used to grade Alexandrites. GemsNY has its own grading system for alexandrites, which ranges between AAAAA and A, with A being the highest grade.
Alexandrite rings are available in a wide range of color shades and sizes at GemsNY. One approach to categorize alexandrite rings is by color change strength, while another is by style, such as solitaire, halo, celtic, two stone, and so on. Each style has its own metal category: white gold, yellow gold (18k & 14k), rose gold, and platinum.