Post # 16
I totally agree with scammers. My fiance was told my ring is an akexandrite when it definitely isn’t. Mine goes from dark purple to light purple almost pink. Turns out it’s a lab created colour change sapphire, I love it no matter it’s label.
Your ring is stunning I love the softness of the stones colour!
Post # 17
Gorgeous! I love Wexford’s shop. They’re so personable in store and have a great online shop as well. 🙂
Post # 18
A very unique ring indeed!
Post # 19
I finally got the ring, and now I can’t stop staring at it! It turned bright bottle green sitting at my desk this morning, and turns deep purple in my living room. Alos, I forgot to mention in the origional post, but the ring a size 5.
Post # 20
I’ve taken way too many pictures, so I figured I would share some more! I’m still excited.
Post # 21
Wow, amazing, just read that gemporia website, I had never heard of Alexanderite until now. What a fascinating gem! Beautiful ring!
Post # 22
i want an alex for my son in a rind or pendant. Its his birthstone. Along with pearl. LOVE those pics && the ring is amazing
Post # 23
Absolutely stunning ring! The setting design and color changes of your stone are amazing!
Post # 24
Thank you! My fiancé is getting Alexandrite in his wedding band too! I was surprised that he actually wanted stones in his ring, but he originally wanted black diamond. He thought alex would be too girly. Luckily I managed to find some more masculine/deeper colored varities from Brazil that convinced him to change his mind. Now our rings will match! Here is what it looks like, and the ring they’re going in.
I think it’s definitely suited for men’s jewelry, and I’m sure your son will love it!
Post # 25
Thank you! I didn’t know much about Alexandrite until after I was engaged. There’s a whole world of gems out there, beyond diamonds, and it was pretty overwhelming at first. I’m so pleased with what we decided on, and am so happy you learned about a new gemstone from this post.