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Alexandrites at a Glance
Material Type Gems
Colors Yellow, Green, Yellow-green, Red, Purple, Purple-red
Rarity Common
Cultural Relevance
Required for Alterations No

A type of chrysoberyl, alexandrite is a strongly pleochroic gem that exhibits emerald green, red, and orange-yellow colors depending on the viewing direction in certain types of light. Fine-quality alexandrite has a green to bluish-green color in daylight, changing to a red to purplish-red color in more yellow toned illumination. Some less-desirable stones may have daylight colors of yellowish-green or brownish red in yellow toned lighting.

Alteration Rules

This material is not required for alterations.

Raw Material Sources

Polished goldbark gem case set with marquis topaz of myriad sizes


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Item:Soft silk bodice clasped with alexandrites linked in fine silver

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Pages in category "Alexandrites"

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