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Safiya Alexandrites is a brand dedicated solely to the creation of fine jewelry using only natural color changing alexandrite. Due to the high quality of the product and the extreme rarity of the gemstone, it is common to find many gemologists and jewelers with limited experience and exposure to Alexandrites to make the common mistake of assuming the stone is synthetic or do not recognize the...
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A non-commercial guide for people interested in the acquisition of fine alexandrite gemstones, one-off alexandite jewelry pieces or learning more about the history, gemology and valuation of alexandrite gemstones. Although they look a lot like alexandrites they are different because they change...
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We carry blue, pink, yellow, and other colors of sapphires. We also carry Alexandrites and Padparadschas. Over the last 3 decades, Joe has traveled the world for the rarest sapphires. The company regularly imports gemstones from Thailand and Sri Lanka. Our inventory includes blue sapphires, pink...
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Your Gem suppliers for Topaz, Emerald, Alexandrite, Aqua Marine, and Tourmaline. Provider of Fine Cuts, and Precious Gem Quality Service. Whether you require center stones, sets or calibrated alexandrite, amethyst, andalusite, aquamarine, green beryl, yellow beryl, citrine, chrysoberyl, emerald,...
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In our Gems and Jewelry division, we offer a nice selection of natural and lab-grown (synthetic or created) faceted gemstones with an emphasis on synthetic padparadscha pink sapphire gems, lab emeralds, synthetic alexandrites, ruby, blue sapphire, drusy moissanite, YAG and other lab gems, colored cubic zirconias (CZs), as well as unique hand-made informal (casual) and fine jewelry using...
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Author, and lecturer whose expertise is sought worldwide by clients who retain her to seek fine, rare, or unusual gems and jewels for acquisition. She has written many books that have helped people—both consumers and professionals—increase their understanding and enjoyment of jewelry and gems. For more detailed information about Antoinette and her work, visit her profile page. See Antoinette's...
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Sri Lanka, the island known as the pearl of the Indian Ocean lives up to its nickname as a hotbed for a variety of gems. Sri Lanka is home to 40 varieties of Gems out of 85 varieties available in the whole world. Gems of Sri Lanka have found there way to many a court all over the world since time immemorial. Throughout history, Sri Lanka has been known as a land of gems. King Solomon was said...
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Sri Lanka, the island known as the pearl of the Indian Ocean lives up to its nickname as a hotbed for a variety of gems. Sri Lanka is home to 40 varieties of Gems out of 85 varieties available in the whole world. Gems of Sri Lanka have found there way to many a court all over the world since time immemorial. Throughout history, Sri Lanka has been known as a land of gems. King Solomon was said...
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Alexandrite Auctions - Easily find and buy wide selection of cheap alexandrites. Save time searching through eBay on loose alexandrite gems and jewelry at www.alexandriteauctions.com. Natural sunlight will give off a green or bluish green color gem while incandescent light from common indoor light will make the gem give off varies shade of red or purple depending on quality. Green and red are...
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Flux grown alexandrite is more difficult to identify because the inclusions of undissolved flux can look like natural inclusions. Alexandrite grown by the flux-melt process will contain particles of flux, resembling liquid feathers with a refractive index and specific gravity exactly the same as natural alexandrite. Layers of dust-like particles parallel to the seed plate, and strong banding or...
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