Birthstones: June 2004

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Birthstones: June 2004 - Paulette Biedenbender
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Alexandrite and pearl necklace

Paulette Biedenbender

Alexandrite, discovered in 1830 in Russia's Ural Mountains and named after Czar Alexander II, is famed for its color changes ranging from raspberry red to bluish green. No longer mined in Russia, this variety has become the most rare and costly. Brazilian Alexandrite exhibits the color range of the Russian stones, yet the cost of both make synthetic crystals a more realistic option for strung jewelry. Alexandrite's chameleon-like traits suit Gemini's fickle and capricious personality perfectly.
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