The gem alexandrite was discovered in Russia in April of 1834, and named for the reigning tsar, Alexander II (1818-1881).  A rare and special stone, it changes colours in different types of light, from reddish-purple to bluish-green--rather appropriately, the colours of Imperial Russian--making it one of the most valuable gemstones in the world.

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