This lovely Color Change Alexandrite pendant, gorgeous, and versatile enough to wear with any outfit day or night. The pendant features a Marquise Cut Corundum Alexandrite, accented by dazzling White Zirconia in a MicroPave setting around the center stone. The gemstone is fashioned in a 23 mm x 10 mm very elegant .925 Sterling Silver Slide setting which holds the chain, sold separately.
No chain included.
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Alexandrite is one of the must-have jewelry and gemstones, featuring a color change from blue-green in daylight and purplish-red under incandescent light or blue to green color change.
Discovered in the mid 19th century in the Ural mountains in Russia, the original Alexandrite deposit was the only source of gemstones for many years and the Russian stones set the standard for this extremely rare and valuable gemstone.
Today, there is almost no Russian alexandrite´s and almost all of the original Russian stones are in museums or private collections. But fine alexandrite´s have also been found in Sri Lanka, Brazil, Myanmar, Tanzania, Madagascar, Zimbabwe, and India. Each of these deposits can and has produced exceptional stones, which are available today. more...
Sterling silver is an alloy of silver that consists of at least 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% of other metal. All our jewelry is hallmarked with .925 stamp.
Rhodium plating is a metal deposition process used to cover materials with a decorative and protective layer of rhodium. Rhodium is a noble metal that imparts an extremely bright and hard wearing finish when applied as plating. When applied as a thin plate, it affords a durable finish of exceptional brightness. Rhodium finishes can greatly enhance the appearance and longevity of any metal to which they are applied.
When it comes to caring for your silver or gold, it's important to remember that every metal is different. While very little work is needed for your silver jewelry. Care Jewelry:
- Do you offer gold plating?
Yes. We do offer 14K gold plating if asked. We use 100% real gold dip to plate our jewelry.
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