Alexandrites are among the world's rarest and most fascinating gemstones. A gem variety of chrysoberyl, the alexandrite's appeal stems from its ability to change color. The present example, which weighs 4.12 carats, displays a particularly marked color-change effect, possessing a bluish-green hue in daylight and a beautiful purple-pink in incandescent light.
Hailing from the Ural Mountains of Russia, the brilliant-cut stone has been certified by the GemResearch SwissLab (GRS) and Swiss Gemological Institute (SSEF) as a natural alexandrite, meaning it has undergone no treatment or enhancements to achieve its unique color change. It is set in platinum and 18K gold with diamonds totaling 1.75 carats.Download the Certifications