Ribbons of Brilliance 1.03ctw Natural Alexandrite & Diamond Cocktail Ring in 18k Rose Gold
Enjoy this incredible 18k rose gold cocktail ring that will elevate your wardrobe to luxury. Two different size pear-shaped natural alexandrites are prong set in the center and display a dark green to violet plum shade depending on the light source. This beautiful color change phenomena is complemented by sweeping ribbons of round brilliant cut diamonds prong set in dazzling halos around the top and sides of the ring. The flat band on the bottom allows this spectacular ring to lay centered on any finger of your selection. Make every day special with this extraordinary natural alexandrite ring.
The unique feature of this ring is that gorgeous center alexandrites are eye clean which makes it very rare because alexandrite belong to the category 2 in GIA grading system. Type 2 means that natural alexandrite unlike lab grown alexandrite almost always has many inclusions.
The stones are easily changing color from deep green to gorgeous purple, which makes them a rare collector's gems.
The color change is so STRONG that it can be easily observed not only in a candle light, but any incandescent light like any yellow low watt electric lamp's light.
GIA report #7398060385
Metal - 18kt Solid Rose Gold
Gemstone - Natural Alexandrite
Gemstones quantity - 2
Gemstones Size - 5.3 x4.3mm, 4.1x3mm
Gemstones total weight - 0.55ct
Accent stone - Natural Diamond
Accent stone quantity - 84
Accent stone total weight - 0.48ct
Gold weight - 5.40g
Ring measurements - 20x17mm
Rise above the finger - 6mm
Ring size - 7
ESTIMATED RETAIL REPLACEMENT VALUE - $6,800.00
YOU WILL RECEIVE GIA CERTIFICATE FREE OF CHARGE ($120 VALUE).
GIA (Gemological Institute of America) is the highest world authority in diamonds and gemstones. Unlike other sellers, we never certify our jewelry because it is not ethical. We do not offer phony certificates. GIA certificate contains security features such as a hologram, security screen and microprint lines that prevent them from being forged or duplicated.
GIA certificate includes the colored picture of the item and the number of the certificate which can be verified online on GIA site. It is like a passport for the stone and will make it easier to sell it in the future (although we would advise against it because high-end alexandrites are becoming scarce and increase in price every year) and it can be used for insurance purposes as well.