Csarite is a unique stone that is 10,000 more times rarer than a diamond because of its low yield. It is so exclusive that it can only be found in the lush Anatolia mountains in Turkey and is meticulously excavated at a height of more than 3,000 feet. What is so crazy about this rare gem is that it, up until recent years it had been left undiscovered for over 100 million years.
Most color changing gemstones that are known in existence is only capable of changing up to two colors. Unlike most gems, Csarite has the ability to go beyond two colors. The gemstone’s exciting color-changing feature can display a spectrum of colors under different light sources. Under natural light, it is a beautiful neutral amber color but can change from deep green under white light to berry colors in darker lights. The neutral coloring makes the stone versatile The stone can effortlessly go from day to night, pairing with a wide and endless amount of colors. What is particularly special is while most gemstones use treatments to create deceiving enhancements to its appearance, Csarite is true to its color and is all natural.
The creator of the gemstone has worked with several high-end jewelers to design capsule collections using the stone including Erica Courtney, Graziela Gems, Dawes Design, Katie Diamond, Ana-Katarina and more. The stone was spotted all over the red carpet this past awards season, from the Golden Globes to the SAG Awards to Oscar night.
Here are some of the hottest CSARITE red carpet moments
Angela Bassett wearing Erica Courtney for CSARITE at the 2017 Golden Globes
Jamie Chung in Ana-Katarina for CSARITE at the People’s Choice Awards
Rumer Willis in Bijules for CSARITE while promoting Empire
Kelsea Ballerini wearing Erica Courtney for CSARITE at the Clive Davis Pre-Grammys Party
Gina Rodriguez in Dawes Design for CSARITE at the SAG Awards
- Anand Desai-Barochia: The Outpost - October 24, 2018
- Taste of sbe” Grand Dinner at Skybar at Mondrian Los Angeles with Rolling Stoneto benefit Make A Wish - October 24, 2018
- Matthew Knowles - October 16, 2018