Sapphire

Sapphires are one of the most popular gemstones available on the market because of its toughness and brilliance. Its colorful radiance makes it a perfect gemstone for any piece of jewelry, including rings, pendants, earrings, and necklaces. Sapphires create a classy, sophisticated look that matches the personality of the wearer.

A majority of sapphire earrings come as solitaire studs or drop earrings. Sapphire rings can include a number of cuts similar to diamonds, in fact, one of the most popular looks are Sapphire rings paired with a number of diamonds set in either white or yellow gold. For men, Sapphire cufflinks have become quite the rage as it adds sparkle and class to any color suit, including grey, black, and of course, blue.

Sapphires are located buried in the earth of a number of continents, including South America, Australia, Africa, and Asia. Some of the most popular countries where Sapphires can be found include Sri Lanka, Thailand, Madagascar, India, and Myanmar. Sapphires grow in clusters when they are mined and then broken down after collected. Their hardness is close to the hardness of diamonds, making them simple to care for as well as practically indestructible. Because of this extreme durability, Sapphires can be worn both for daytime casual wear as well as evening wear. Though most individuals recognize.

Sapphires are associated with healing the body’s nervous system. This gemstone is also said to regulate the thyroid gland. Sapphires can increase focus and assist individuals in locating hidden potential and clearing their minds to see more clearly.

Sapphires come in a wide range of colors, and each color has its own quality variations. In general, the more intense the color and the fewer the distracting zones of unattractive color, the more valuable the stone. Sapphires as being blue, the truth is they come in a number of other colors depending on the region they were found, including green, orange, pink, white, and yellow. When buying a blue sapphire you could consider the 4C’s

Color :Color has the most important influence on blue sapphire’s value. The most highly valued blue sapphires are velvety blue to violetish blue, in medium to medium dark tones. Preferred sapphires also have strong to vivid color saturation. The saturation should be as strong as possible without darkening the color and compromising brightness. Sapphires with these qualities command the highest prices per carat.

Clarity :Blue sapphires often have some inclusions. Blue sapphires with extremely high clarity are rare, and very valuable. Price can drop if the inclusions threaten the stone’s durability. Kashmir sapphires contain tiny inclusions that impart a desirable velvety appearance.

Cut :To achieve the best overall color, maintain the best proportions, and retain the most weight possible, cutters focus on factors like color zoning, pleochroism, and the lightness or darkness of a stone.

Carat Weight :Blue sapphires can range in size anywhere from a few points to hundreds of carats, and large blue sapphires are more readily available than large rubies. However, most commercial-quality blue sapphires weigh less than 5.00 carats.