Alexandrite Fire Opal Engagement Rings in 14K Gold

Alexandrite engagement rings? Absolutely! Diamonds may be a girl's best friend, but Alexandrite engagement rings are a unique, original, and a far more affordable choice. The birthstone of June, Alexandrite is an amazing and mysterious stone. A created alexandrite ring is a unique and entertaining attention getter. This birthstone of October embodies the orange and red colors of a warming fire. The fiery sparkle of this gem makes a fire opal ring become the center of conversation

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Three Stone Aurora
Lab Created Alexandrite With Genuine Fire Opal & Diamond Ring
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$799.00
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Three Stone Trellis
Lab Created Alexandrite With Genuine Fire Opal Ring
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$599.00
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Eternal Embrace Engagement
Lab Created Alexandrite With Genuine Fire Opal & Diamond Ring
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$629.00
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Celtic Knot Cluster Engagement
Lab Created Alexandrite With Genuine Fire Opal & Diamond Ring
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$699.00
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Sparkling Tiara Cluster
Lab Created Alexandrite With Genuine Fire Opal & Diamond Ring
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$749.00
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Art Deco Eternal Embrace Engagement
Lab Created Alexandrite With Genuine Fire Opal & Diamond Ring
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$599.00

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alexandrite Jewelry

Alexandrite is the birthstone for June (along with the pearl) and the Anniversary stone for the 55th year of marriage. It is also considered Friday's stone, or the stone of "Friday's Child." It is an extremely rare gemstone and a reasonably modern one to boot. It does not share the ancient history and lore of most other gems because it was first discovered in the 19th Century. The name Alexandrite comes from the fact that the gemstone was first found in the emerald mines near the Tokovaya River in Russia's Ural Mountains in 1830, on the day of Prince Alexander II of Russia's birthday. The story of the stone's discovery goes like this: Miners were working alone in the mountains one day, collecting emeralds. One miner gathered some stones, which looked like emeralds, and took them back to the camp at the end of the day. But in the campfire's light, the stones shone a brilliant shade of red! The miners were perplexed. When morning came, and they saw that the stones were green again in the... learn more

fire_opal Jewelry

Mexican fire opals are named for their uniform flaming orange or cherry red body color. They are always very brightly colored, and can be a little bit cloudy to almost perfectly transparent. Transparent specimens have a good luster. Like the traditional opal, fire opals can occasionally display signs of iridescence in very bright light. Fire opals have a very low density, lower than that of glass, with which it is sometimes confused. Fire opals, like other opals, are relatively hard, rating a 5.5 to 6.5 on the hardness scale.... learn more

Engagement Rings

In the Western cultures, an engagement ring is worn to indicate that a person is engaged to be married. It is separate from a wedding ring, and customarily symbolizes love and commitment between two people. An engagement ring may be made out of silver, gold or platinum, adorned with a single gem or multiple gemstones. Although diamonds have traditionally been used, many colored gemstones are becoming a popular choice in today's engagement rings. In some cultures, both men and women wear matching rings, and in other cultures, engagement rings are used interchangeably with wedding rings.... learn more

Lab Created Gems

Many different gemstones can be bought in today's market. There are sapphires, opals, rubies, emeralds and more. What you may not know, however, is that all of these gemstones may not be what they appear. Some gemstones on the market are not natural gemstones, and should be marked by the seller as either "lab-created" or "simulated". You may find that some of these so-called "fake" gemstones may be almost as expensive as their natural counterpoints! This may seem suspicious to you, but actually, it is an accepted practice in the jewelry trade, that is, if the "fake" is actually grown in a laboratory, which makes it quite real in fact.... learn more