Strontium Titanate Jewelry

Strontium Titanate Jewelry

Glow with confidence when you shop JTV's strontium titanate jewelry. Shine bright with strontium titanate rings, earrings, pendants, and more!

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Gemstone Information
Strontium Titanate
Gemopedia™

As its name implies, strontium titanate, also known as Fabulite, is an oxide combination of strontium and titanium. It was originally created as a diamond simulant. Fabulite gems are easy to distinguish from diamonds, as their high dispersion and considerably lower hardness are dead giveaways. For the most part, this jewel fell into obscurity when the hugely popular cubic zirconia (CZ) entered the market in the 1970's. While strontium titanate was originally believed to only be available via laboratory creation, it was discovered in natural form in the 1980's in Siberia and named tausonite in honor of a Russian geochemist.

Fabulous Fabulite


Strontium titanate jewelry, also known as fabulite and diagem, comes in a dazzling array of colors. It was developed in the 1950s as a man-made diamond alternative, though it was found in natural form in Siberia in the 1980s. These natural crystals are extremely rare and so small they cannot be turned into gemstones, so lab-created strontium titanate is used in jewelry. Its popularity soared during the 1950s and 60s, and it remains a beautiful option for jewelry today. These magnificent gemstones create a rainbow fire that dances in any light and will make you shine with confidence.

Strontium titanate jewelry has a Mohs hardness rating of 5-5.5, making it a perfect choice for earrings and pendants. Also available in rings, these gemstones are a splendid way to add sparkle to every outfit. As an alternative to diamonds, JTV's collection of strontium titanate has an exquisite piece for every budget!

Strontium titanate is a softer gemstone, but there is no need to worry! Care for your strontium titanate jewelry by cleaning it with a soft cloth and avoiding chemicals. Keeping it separate from other stones and jewelry by storing it in a cloth bag will keep your jewelry brilliant and ready for wear. Rejoice with strontium titanate's rainbow fire at JTV!

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