Gorgeous stones, the ones featured in this category are lab created due to the rarity (and cost) of natural Alexandrite stones. But how wonderful that we are able to purchase and enjoy a gemstone that is out of reach to most of us!
Natural Alexandrite gemstone information:
Alexandrite is a color change-variety chrysoberyl and is considered one of the rarest gemstones in the world.
According to GIA, Alexandrite’s finest dual colors are a vivid grass green in daylight and fluorescent light, and an intense raspberry red in incandescent light.
Many modern sources frequently use “emerald by day, ruby by night.” to romanticize Alexandrite’s color.
Alexandrite is the month of June’s Birthstone and also the 55th Wedding Anniversary Gemstone.
In fact, in terms of rarity, Alexandrite may well outrank nearly all other known gemstones. The more apparent the color change, the more valuable the Alexandrite.
Most quality natural Alexandrite gemstones are not readily available anywhere. However, when I am able to purchase a lab created beauty I will certainly offer it for sale here