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1.65ct Alexandrite and 0.32ctw Diamond 14K White Gold Ring (GIA CERTIFIED)

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1.65ct Alexandrite and 0.32ctw Diamond 14K White Gold Ring (GIA CERTIFIED)
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(K38E19) One electronically tested 14KT white gold ladies cast alexandrite and diamond ring. Condition is new, good workmanship. The featured alexandrite is set within a diamond bezel, supported by a lattice under gallery and split diamond ribbon shoulders, completed by a two and one half millimeter wide band. Bright polish finish. Trademark is Orianne. Identified with markings of "14K". Containing: One prong set triangular modified mixed cut natural alexandrite. measuring 6.89 x 8.24 x 4.61mm. exact weight 1.65ct., type II Clarity is slightly included, medium dark, slightly grayish, yellowish green color, (GIA yG 6/2) to medium dark, slightly grayish, yellowish brown, (GIA yBr 6/2). cut is good. Transmitting light with a minimum of distortion, transparent. Naturally occurring internal and external characteristics are present. GIA Gemological Report attached. Graded loose prior to setting in the GIA Laboratory. Report #2195030757. This stone exhibits a change of color when viewed under daylight or fluorescent vs incandescent light. Alexandrite was discovered in the 1830's near the Tokovaya River in the Ural Mountains of Siberian Russia. It later became the national gemstone of Russia. The name "alexandrite" became official in 1842. Alexandrite is a variety of chrysoberyl. It contains both beryllium and chromium. It is the chromium that accounts for the spectacular color change. The color change is the primary qualification for a chrysoberyl to be considered alexandrite. Alexandrite is strongly trichroic. Its color change results in a near-equal transmission of the blue-green and red portions of the spectrum, coupled with strong absorption in the yellow. Today Alexandrite is found in Brazil, India, Madagascar, Myanmar, Russia, Sri Lanka. Tanzania and Zimbabwe. Fifty-nine prong set round brilliant cut diamonds exact total weight 59 Stones = 0.32ct. Graded in the setting. Clarity I-1 to I-3 Color F - H Total Weight of Colored Stones 1.65ct. Total Weight of Diamonds 0.32ct. Total Weight of Ring 3.70 gm
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1.65ct Alexandrite and 0.32ctw Diamond 14K White Gold Ring (GIA CERTIFIED)

Estimate $1,400 - $2,450
Oct 09, 2022
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Starting Price $1,300
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0186: 1.65ct Alexandrite and 0.32ctw Diamond 14K White Gold Ring (GIA CERTIFIED)
Sold for $1,3503 Bids
Est. $1,400 - $2,450Starting Price $1,300
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(K38E19) One electronically tested 14KT white gold ladies cast alexandrite and diamond ring. Condition is new, good workmanship. The featured alexandrite is set within a diamond bezel, supported by a lattice under gallery and split diamond ribbon shoulders, completed by a two and one half millimeter wide band. Bright polish finish. Trademark is Orianne. Identified with markings of "14K". Containing: One prong set triangular modified mixed cut natural alexandrite. measuring 6.89 x 8.24 x 4.61mm. exact weight 1.65ct., type II Clarity is slightly included, medium dark, slightly grayish, yellowish green color, (GIA yG 6/2) to medium dark, slightly grayish, yellowish brown, (GIA yBr 6/2). cut is good. Transmitting light with a minimum of distortion, transparent. Naturally occurring internal and external characteristics are present. GIA Gemological Report attached. Graded loose prior to setting in the GIA Laboratory. Report #2195030757. This stone exhibits a change of color when viewed under daylight or fluorescent vs incandescent light. Alexandrite was discovered in the 1830's near the Tokovaya River in the Ural Mountains of Siberian Russia. It later became the national gemstone of Russia. The name "alexandrite" became official in 1842. Alexandrite is a variety of chrysoberyl. It contains both beryllium and chromium. It is the chromium that accounts for the spectacular color change. The color change is the primary qualification for a chrysoberyl to be considered alexandrite. Alexandrite is strongly trichroic. Its color change results in a near-equal transmission of the blue-green and red portions of the spectrum, coupled with strong absorption in the yellow. Today Alexandrite is found in Brazil, India, Madagascar, Myanmar, Russia, Sri Lanka. Tanzania and Zimbabwe. Fifty-nine prong set round brilliant cut diamonds exact total weight 59 Stones = 0.32ct. Graded in the setting. Clarity I-1 to I-3 Color F - H Total Weight of Colored Stones 1.65ct. Total Weight of Diamonds 0.32ct. Total Weight of Ring 3.70 gm
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