Vintage Alexandrite rings have been synonymous to royalty and blue blood. They have been indicative of higher socio-economic status during the early times, when the kings and queens reigned.
Extraordinary examples aside, this is often regarded as one of the most expensive gems.
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Vintage Alexandrite Rings
The origin of Vintage Alexandrite rings has been shrouded in mystery, though according to some, Alexandrite was discovered by Czar Alexander II in Russia. Since then this gem has been adorned in crowns, pendants and rings for princesses, queens and czars. In fact artifacts of Vintage Alexandrite rings have been found in the trinket of Empress Escretina, which dates back to 19th and 20th century.
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Edwardian Era 1901 to 1910 (just one of the many eras for Vintage Alexandrite Rings)
Although one of the shorter eras for vintage rings this time period signified the beginning of some drastic changes. Much of these changes were a result of flourishing wealth among the upper and middle class and women moving up in society. As the clothing styles become more flexible, light, and lacy so did the jewelry styles follow. Platinum became popular and its strength allowed for tiny gem prongs creating an invisible setting. Diamonds, pearls, and amethyst become popular along with jewelry with lace style filigree.
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