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Lusterine is a color changing stone projecting a different color under different lights. It is one stone with all the different solid colors in different lighting. To name a few … the stone is a shade of honey under a white LED light, green under a florescent tube light, pink under natural sun light and a shade of orange under a combination of 2 different light source.
Lusterine is a lab created color changing stone. The stone looks like a different color under a different light source. One stone many colors. It goes from a bright pink, to a softer brown, to a vibrant green and many colors in between as you move from one lighted area to another. This mesmerizing product is sweeping the nation as retailers post its ability to transform from one color to the next in their local stores
The stone is grown from the actual true rough material of the original stone. The technology used is similar to the one used to create our lab created Ruby, Emerald and Sapphire. The original material, gemstone rough, is crushed into an extremely fine microscopic powder and then reconstructed using HPHT (High Temperature High Pressure). The uniqueness of the stone is in the combination of the base material, the rough of many different stones, resulting in a one-of-a-kind stone. They are then hand cut to the desired size and shape. There are natural stones, in the market, that shift from one color to the other, but no other product shifts into four distinct colors in one stone.
The stone is a shade of honey brown under a white LED light, green under a florescent tube light, pink under natural sun light and a shade of orange under a combination of 2 different light source.
Lusterine is fairly inexpensive and has been compared to natural stones that are 10-100 times more expensive.
The stone should be set by an authorized Lusterine retailer only. It covers a lifetime replacement warranty for all Lusterine stones. The warranty is void if set or altered by an unauthorized dealer.
Clean your stone regularly in jewelry cleaner and treat it as you would any other precious stone.