Sapphire

 

Sapphire is in many respects one of the most important of the colored stones. With a hardness of 9 on Moh's scale, sapphires are extremely hard and second only to diamonds in this respect. Tough and durable, they are suitable for use in any kind of jewelry.  Primary deposits are in Sri Lanka (Ceylon), Thailand, Australia and Montana, US.  The most valuable color of sapphire is a cornflower blue color, known as Kashmir sapphire or cornflower blue sapphire. Another extremely valuable Sapphire form is the very rare, orange-pink Padparadscha.

Sapphire - R5419A

Sapphire 2.38 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.46 ct ⬩ 18K White Gold

Sapphire - R5664A2

Sapphire 1.88 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.64 ct ⬩ 18K White Gold

Sapphire - R2257A

Sapphire 2.14 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.82 ct ⬩ 18K White Gold

Sapphire - R1155A

Sapphire 1.25 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.76 ct ⬩ Platinum

Pink Sapphire - R3709A17

Pink Sapphire 1.50 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.78 ct  ⬩ 18K White Gold

Pink Sapphire - R2473A15

Pink Sapphire 1.52 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.40 ct ⬩ 18K White Gold

Sapphire - R5139A

Sapphire 1.13 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.36 ct ⬩ 18K Yellow Gold

Pink Sapphire - R6220A3

Pink Sapphire 1.00 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.36 ct ⬩ 18K Yellow Gold

Sapphire - R6082A3

Sapphire 1.93 ct ⬩ Diamonds 0.45 ct ⬩ 18K White Gold

Sapphire - R6405

Sapphire 1.38 ct ⬩ Diamond 1.56 ct⬩ 18K Yellow Gold

Sapphire - R6001A2

Sapphire 1.86 ct ⬩ Diamonds 0.77 ct ⬩ 18K White Gold

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