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The Rarest Alexandrite in the World
"The Magnificent Paradise" is a cushion-cut, color-change Alexandrite weighing 100.80 carats. This rarity was recently on display at the Exhibition entitled, Brilliance: The Art and Science of Rare Jewels at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. It is now available for purchase. Previously, this gem had been kept in a bank vault never before viewed. Currently, the largest known faceted Alexandrite is a 66 carat stone which is housed at the Smithsonian.
"A natural Alexandrite from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) of this size and quality can be considered very rare and exceptional and thus a true treasure of nature." – Swiss Gemmological Institute SSEF
"This sumptuous Sri Lanka Alexandrite is unique in the world of rare and prestigious precious gemstones. It is the largest and most exceptional Alexandrite examined by GRS Gem laboratory." – Dr. A. Peretti Director GRS GemResearch Swisslab AG
This 100ct Alexandrite has the most perfect color-change. The qualities that make this gem so rare are its impeccable clarity, a perfect color-change phenomenon, and its extraordinary size. This gemstone was given a Platinum Award in its category by the Gem Research Swiss Lab.
"This 100 carat Alexandrite is the finest in the world. It will be featured in the book, World’s Famous Gemstones in 2023." – Robert Procop