Bright Teal Colored Czochralski Alexandrite, Pixel Rectangle Cut, 10.8 Carats

SQO132

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Gem Note

This is a stunning lab-grown alexandrite with a pixel cut. It will create a breathtaking piece of contemporary jewelry. The pixel design offers a distinct and captivating optical effect, ensuring that this piece will be truly unique and enduring. (Note: the gem appears more teal than blue in hand)

 

DIMENSIONS AND SHAPE

Size: 15.0mm x 9.0mm x 7.8mm

Weight: 10.8  carats

Cut: Pixel Rectangle

Shape: Rectangle

Clarity: Loupe Clean

Inclusions: None

Treatment: None

 

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

MOHS hardness: 8.5

Pleochroism: Trichroic

Dispersion: 0.018

Density: 3.72

Refractive Index: 1.75

Chemical Formula: Al2BeO4

POSSIBLE JEWELRY APPLICATIONS

  • Pendant
  • Daily Wear
  • Cocktail Ring

Collections

  • Fluorescent
  • Color Change
  • Trichroic

🌍 GENERAL MATERIAL DESCRIPTION

  • Material Name:CZ Alex
  • Country of Origin : Russia
  • Growth Method: Czochralski

This example of lab-grown alexandrite, produced to meet the demand for gemstone production, is especially intriguing. Unlike the usual material used by most of the industry, this substance is significantly lighter, enabling the creation of larger, brighter gems. It appears to have a high vanadium concentration and a low chromium concentration, leading to a less intense color shift but a more vibrant blue/teal hue.

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Bright Teal Colored Czochralski Alexandrite, Pixel Rectangle Cut, 10.8 Carats - DJEVA
Bright Teal Colored Czochralski Alexandrite, Pixel Rectangle Cut, 10.8 Carats
Bright Teal Colored Czochralski Alexandrite, Pixel Rectangle Cut, 10.8 Carats
Bright Teal Colored Czochralski Alexandrite, Pixel Rectangle Cut, 10.8 Carats


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🧠 Gemology Literature

The articles cited here about lab created gemstones are all open source and chronologically sorted for quick and easy access. Each article comes from either the Journal of Gemmology (JofG) or Gems and Gemmology (G&G) archives.