Edwardian platinum topped 18K yellow gold, alexandrite, and diamond ring. Often described by gem aficionados as "emerald by day, ruby by night," alexandrite is the very rare color-change variety of the mineral chrysoberyl. Originally discovered in Russia's Ural Mountains in the 1830s, alexandrite is exceptionally rare. In this elegant Edwardian era jewel, a stunning 2.14 carat alexandrite, bearing a GIA Gemstone Report, is suffused with iridescent, color-changing yellowish-green and deep pinkish-brown hues. Surrounding the alexandrite, approximately 1.20 carats total weight in Old Mine cut diamonds form a dazzling scalloped halo (SI1/SI2, H/I). The ring is a size 6.75 and can be sized one or two sizes larger or smaller.
Walton's Jewelry offers, and encourages, frequent complimentary inspection and cleaning for the life of your jewelry. In the event that a repair needs to be made, we can take care of that, too! Here are some helpful tips to extend the life of your heirloom jewelry:
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When you're not wearing your jewelry, store it in a clean, dry, room temperature, safe place. Avoid tossing it in a drawer where the gems could get scratched or damaged.
Have your jewelry professionally cleaned and checked as often as you'd like, but we recommend every 4-6 months.