The very first Alexandrite crystals were discovered in the 1830, in the Emerald mines of the southern Russian Urals. This rare and extraordinary gemstone was named after Tsar Alexander the II (1818 - 1881), on the occasion of his coming of age. Alexandrite is one of the most fascinating gemstones. The most astounding feature about alexandrite is its ability to change its color. Alexandrite changes its color from fine shades of green in daylight, to a soft shade of red, purplish-red or purple-gray, under candlelight or artificial light.

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