How do you check if the stones are real?

How to Identify a Fake Gemstone?

How do you check if the stones are real?

How to Identify a Fake Gemstone?

  1. It will have Flaws. A real gemstone is a natural element, and it will have flaws.
  2. It wouldn’t be Cheap.
  3. The Sparkle and Shine will differ from Synthetic Stones.
  4. The Weight of the Gemstone will differ.
  5. Always ask for the Gemstone Lab Report.

What is the price of Alexander Stone?

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Alexandrite gemstone Natural Oval Alexandrite Gemstone
₹ 1,299/ Carat ₹ 1.25 Lakh/ Carat
Carat 75.00 Carat
Gemstone Shape

How much does real Alexandrite cost?

A high quality alexandrite can cost up to $15,000 per carat. However, an alexandrite with a dramatic color change and vivid hues might range from $50,000 to $70,000 per carat! Keep in mind that its distinct color change makes it more expensive and valuable.

How can I tell if my Alexandrite stone is real?

Genuine alexandrites of about one carat are sometimes (rarely) without eye-visible inclusions, so the fact that you can’t see anything in the stone doesn’t mean it’s not genuine. A look under the microscope at 10X or more is recommended. A large, inclusion-free, color-change alexandrite.

How can you tell if Aquamarine is real?

The best way to identify a real aquamarine stone is by looking at its colour. In its natural form, they have a pale blue colour, which is similar to seawater. They may have a slight green or yellow tint as well. Naturally occurring gems have excellent clarity and transparency.

Who should wear Alexander Stone?

Since Alexandrite is considered as the birthstone of the month of June, people born in the month of June are advised to wear this gemstone. In addition to this, people born under the zodiac sign of Cancer can also wear the gemstone to benefit from its mystical properties or just wear it for fashion.

Is alexandrite worth more than diamond?

While there may be many key differences between Alexandrite and diamond, but they are quite similar in value. Both gemstones are generally expensive and it is common to find Alexandrite jewelry that costs the same as diamonds. Alexandrite is getting even more expensive due to its rarity as supply steadily declines.

How can you tell the difference between genuine alexandrite and synthetic alexandrite?

Czochralski or pulled alexandrite is easier to identify because it is so clean. Curved striations visible with magnification are confirmation of a synthetic origin. (Natural gemstone never show curved growth lines). The color change in pulled stones has been described as changing from blue to red.

How much is a 1 carat alexandrite worth?

Size always affects alexandrite value. You can see this reflected in our Price Guide below. In sizes up to one carat, top-quality natural gems can sell for up to $15,000 per carat. Over one carat, the prices range from $50,000 to $70,000 per carat!

What is the origin of the name of the Alexander gemstone?

In 1834, Count Lev Alekseevich Perovskii named the stone in honor of the then future Czar of Russia, Alexander II. This connection to the Czars likely helped the gem gain prestige by association.

What is the value of alexandrite gemstones?

In sizes up to one carat, top-quality natural gems can sell for up to $15,000 per carat. Over one carat, the prices range from $50,000 to $70,000 per carat! For more detailed value information, see our alexandrite buying guide.

Can antique jewelry be mined for alexandrite?

Although antique jewelry can be “mined” for natural alexandrites, their designs can also inspire custom settings for new gems. This vintage-inspired statement ring features a 4 x 6 mm lab-created alexandrite surrounded by marquise-cut sapphires. © CustomMade. Used with permission.

Are synthetic alexandrites the same as natural Alexander?

These synthetic stones have the same chemical and physical properties as natural alexandrites. They are real alexandrites but not natural. Although the synthetics cost far less than their natural counterparts, they still rank among the most expensive synthetic gemstones available.