Sapphire is a semi-precious stone used by many royals through the history of mankind in jewelry like crowns, brooches,
rings etc. It’s the hardest stone second only to the diamond. Sourced from countries like Madagascar, Burma, India,
America, Thailand and Cambodia, the best sapphires still come from Sri Lanka since ancient times.
Ranging in color from blue to black and all colors in between, the saturation of the color depends on the mineral inside
the crystal. A combination of minerals results in various hues and saturation of the same color. Color also ranges from blue,
pink, yellow, colorless, black, white, orange to brown. The blue sapphire itself is multi-hued from baby blue to deep sea
blue, with a mix of green and yellow. Though the blue sapphire is most sought after, the pink sapphire is also a favorite.
Natural uncut, untreated sapphires are very rare and as popular and available as the diamond is, the sapphire is simply
much rarer then diamond. Used in jewelry like rings, pendants, necklaces or brooches. Whatever you choose, its