21.00 Carats Simulated Alexandrite Pendant Sterling Silver Rhodium Nickel Finish Shell Cut
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- Simulated Alexandrite, changes color, Brilliant Sparkle
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Gemstone: Simulated Alexandrite, Unique Shell Cut with surface facets and frameless design allows the Gemstone to sparkle and shimmer, 22 x 16 mm, 21.00 carats, Color Changes Hue depending on lighting: Deep Pink, Dark Purple, Rich Blue, and Ocean Teal, Gemstone Has Brilliant Sparkle. Bail: Pure Sterling Silver Rhodium Nickel Finish, CZ accent, Bail is clip type and can be removed to clean the Gemstone. Perfect gift for Mothers Day, Birthdays, Valentines Day, Graduation, Christmas or just about any other occasion. Includes a 18 inch Sterling Silver Rhodium Nickel Finish Box Chain and Signature Gift Box, style SP10594
- Product Dimensions: 18 x 0.9 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.44 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00685VFQ4
- Item model number: SP10594
- Date first listed on Amazon: November 15, 2011
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Peora|
|Metal stamp||925 Sterling|
|Gem Type||Created sapphire|
|Minimum total gem weight||21 carats|
|Item Length||18 inches|
|Total metal weight||2 Grams|
|Number of stones||1|
|Stone Weight||21 carats|
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|Primary Stone Gem Type||created-sapphire||created-sapphire||created-Alexandrite||created-Alexandrite||created-sapphire|
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The size and weight are very good.
There are 4 negatives I could say about this.
1. The necklace that comes with it is not the greatest and i am debating buying an additional one to go with it. The clasp is also not as secure as i would like.
2. The coloring issues. I do not know how they get all the different colors to show up, but I've tried CFLs soft and daylight, actual FL, incandescent and sunlight. I can only see 2 colors.
3. The way the stone is cut, the bottom edge almost looks like it is all cracked all the way across.
4. The listing when I purchased this did not say nickle. It listed SS Rhodium. Now i see that it lists it as being SS Rhodium Nickle. The Ni is not listed in the product specs either, but unfortunately it is listed in the description at the bottom of the page. So now I am wondering if this is going to be a problem. My wife has problems with wearing jewelry with Ni present. So i am unsure if i should return this or not.
But: I showed the stone to gem expert and he told me that this is color change synthetic corundum, but not a synthetic alexandrite. So it should be presented as a simulated but not lab created alexandrite.
One description stated that this was a simulated gem and the heading states it is created, which made me nervous. I'm okay with created gems but not with simulated gems. I'm no expert but this appears to have all the characteristics of a natural Alexandrite gem, which is great.
I am glad that both necklace and earrings keep the same purple-violet spectrum, but what should I do to get green?
Maybe it's not Alexandrite, maybe it's amethyst?