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  • SKU8846646654 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.08
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.11x6.19
  • LABGIA

$2,028

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  • SKU6256646650 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.11
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT5.99x6.03
  • LABGIA

$2,083

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  • CARAT1.00
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.02x6.05
  • LABGIA

$2,168

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  • SKU5106646634 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.31
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.55x5.45
  • LABGIA

$2,194

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  • SKU0676646651 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.20
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.19x6.21
  • LABGIA

$2,243

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  • SKU7976646638 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.07
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.0x6.07
  • LABGIA

$2,515

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  • SKU0406646635 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.32
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.55x5.14
  • LABGIA

$2,832

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  • SKU9976646662 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.17
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT7.73x5.81
  • LABGIA

$2,853

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  • SKU8086646639 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.10
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT7.21x5.17
  • LABGIA

$2,998

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  • SKU1566611769 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.03
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT5.87x5.91
  • LABGIA

$3,008

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  • SKU3756646642 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.03
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT5.59x5.65
  • LABGIA

$3,008

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  • SKU7326646648 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.24
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.54x6.57
  • LABGIA

$3,017

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  • SKU4196547389 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.25
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.5x6.53
  • LABGIA

$3,042

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  • SKU8906646645 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.38
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.5x6.55
  • LABGIA

$3,347

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  • SKU7126547391 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.24
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.39x6.44
  • LABGIA

$3,368

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  • SKU0596582788 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.24
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.38x6.41
  • LABGIA

$3,368

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  • SKU3696646643 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.16
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.06x6.12
  • LABGIA

$3,375

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  • SKU2956646649 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.40
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.46x6.49
  • LABGIA

$3,394

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  • SKU2726646655 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.42
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.89x6.92
  • LABGIA

$3,441

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  • SKU3036582791 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.44
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.4x6.45
  • LABGIA

$3,489

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  • SKU0096582794 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.44
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.92x6.95
  • LABGIA

$3,489

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  • SKU0716637588 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.35
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT7.59x5.69
  • LABGIA

$3,658

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  • SKU7746646647 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.46
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.62x6.69
  • LABGIA

$3,949

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  • SKU0466646637 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.66
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT7.34x7.45
  • LABGIA

$4,008

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  • SKU6136646644 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.56
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.45x6.49
  • LABGIA

$4,213

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  • SKU1446176741 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.51
  • COLORYellow
  • MEASUREMENT8.58x6.67
  • LABGIA

$4,355

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  • SKU7846176733 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.52
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT7.92x5.67
  • LABGIA

$4,609

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  • SKU8036153502 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.63
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT8.26x6.21
  • LABGIA

$4,659

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  • SKU8956176742 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.29
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT7.96x9.27
  • LABGIA

$4,953

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  • SKU7816668175 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.64
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT7.6x6.06
  • LABGIA

$5,043

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  • SKU7376646653 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.53
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT8.09x6.09
  • LABGIA

$5,145

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  • SKU0486176713 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.45
  • COLORPink
  • MEASUREMENT7.57x6.87
  • LABGIA

$5,293

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  • SKU2996646664 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.34
  • COLORPink
  • MEASUREMENT10.56x6.45
  • LABGIA

$5,391

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  • SKU8066547400 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.04
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT7.43x7.09
  • LABGIA

$5,481

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  • SKU4126646661 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.04
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT8.97x6.77
  • LABGIA

$5,481

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  • SKU6896547390 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.94
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT7.53x7.58
  • LABGIA

$5,583

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  • SKU3286646640 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.65
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT8.15x5.91
  • LABGIA

$5,696

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  • SKU5716668174 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.62
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.63x6.7
  • LABGIA

$5,747

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  • SKU6796668170 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.69
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.5x6.48
  • LABGIA

$5,832

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  • SKU9206176709 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.30
  • COLORPink
  • MEASUREMENT7.78x7.71
  • LABGIA

$5,951

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  • SKU6906547401 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.68
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.94x7.0
  • LABGIA

$5,957

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  • SKU6166646646 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.66
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.49x6.54
  • LABGIA

$6,366

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  • SKU9636668171 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.06
  • COLORPink
  • MEASUREMENT7.49x7.36
  • LABGIA

$6,506

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  • SKU5576646665 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.71
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT8.02x6.11
  • LABGIA

$6,545

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  • SKU5396637587 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.85
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT8.13x6.12
  • LABGIA

$7,073

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  • SKU4036668177 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.51
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT8.57x5.72
  • LABGIA

$7,215

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  • SKU1776611767 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.61
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT6.94x6.99
  • LABGIA

$7,383

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  • SKU3846547385 CNGLD
  • CARAT1.45
  • COLORRed
  • MEASUREMENT7.54x5.19
  • LABGIA

$7,750

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  • SKU5336176712 CNGLD
  • CARAT3.04
  • COLORPeach
  • MEASUREMENT8.53x9.56
  • LABGIA

$7,831

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  • SKU8706176722 CNGLD
  • CARAT2.02
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT8.5x6.19
  • LABGIA

$8,643

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  • SKU0986646660 CNGLD
  • CARAT3.05
  • COLORPink
  • MEASUREMENT8.13x8.23
  • LABGIA

$8,698

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  • SKU3686582789 CNGLD
  • CARAT3.20
  • COLORBlue
  • MEASUREMENT7.03x7.06
  • LABGIA

$9,112

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About Sapphire Gemstones

Yes, sapphire is a popular and beautiful gemstone that is often chosen for engagement rings and other fine jewelry. Sapphires come in various colors, with blue being the most traditional and well-known. However, they can also be found in shades of pink, yellow, green, and other colors. The durability and hardness of sapphires make them suitable for everyday wear, making them a practical and meaningful choice for an engagement ring.

In fact, sapphire engagement rings have a long history of being associated with romance and royalty. The blue sapphire engagement ring that once belonged to Princess Diana and is now worn by Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton), is a famous example.

Sapphires have been associated with various meanings and symbolism throughout history and across different cultures. Here are some common interpretations associated with sapphires:

  1. Royalty and Nobility: Sapphires have often been linked to royalty and nobility, symbolizing wisdom, nobility, and divine favor. In some cultures, rulers believed that wearing sapphires would protect them from envy and harm.
  2. Wisdom and Focus: The blue color of most sapphires is often associated with the sky and the depths of the ocean, conveying a sense of depth, wisdom, and tranquility. Sapphires are thought to promote mental clarity, focus, and spiritual enlightenment.
  3. Fidelity and Romance: Sapphires are sometimes considered a symbol of loyalty, faithfulness, and commitment. This makes them a popular choice for engagement rings, where the gemstone is seen as a representation of the enduring nature of love.
  4. Protection: Throughout history, people have believed that sapphires have protective properties, guarding against negative energies and bringing good fortune. Some cultures have used sapphires as talismans to protect the wearer from harm.
  5. Healing and Spiritual Enlightenment: In alternative healing practices, sapphires are believed to have healing properties, promoting mental clarity, spiritual awareness, and emotional balance.

While blue is the most well-known and traditional color for sapphires, these gemstones actually come in a wide range of colors. Sapphires belong to the corundum mineral family, and the presence of different trace elements contributes to the various colors. Here are some of the colors in which sapphires can be found:

  1. Blue: This is the classic and most popular color for sapphires. The shades of blue can vary from light sky blue to deep royal blue.
  2. Pink: Pink sapphires range from light pastel shades to vibrant and intense pinks. Pink sapphires are often chosen for engagement rings as a unique and romantic alternative.
  3. Yellow: Yellow sapphires can range from pale yellow to vivid and warm shades. They are valued for their brightness and can make stunning jewelry pieces.
  4. Green: Green sapphires can vary from light to dark green. They are less common than blue sapphires but can be quite attractive.
  5. Purple: Often referred to as "purple sapphires" or "violet sapphires," these stones exhibit hues ranging from light lavender to deep purple.
  6. Orange: Sapphires with orange hues are also found, and they can range from soft peachy tones to more intense oranges.
  7. Padparadscha: This term refers to a rare and highly prized variety of sapphire that exhibits a delicate blend of pink and orange colors. The name comes from the Sinhalese word for "lotus blossom."
  8. Colorless: While less common, colorless sapphires do exist. They are valued for their transparency and are often used as diamond alternatives in jewelry.
It's worth noting that the intensity and purity of the color, as well as any secondary hues, greatly influence the value of a sapphire. The diversity of colors allows individuals to choose a sapphire that aligns with their personal preferences and style.

White sapphire can bear some resemblance to a diamond, but there are notable differences between the two gemstones. White sapphire is a colorless variety of corundum, the same mineral family as sapphires in other colors. On the other hand, diamonds are composed of carbon.
Here are some key points of comparison between white sapphire and diamond:
  1. Color:
    • White sapphires are generally colorless, like diamonds. However, they may have a subtle grayish or bluish undertone.
    • Diamonds can also vary in color, but the most highly valued diamonds are completely colorless or have a near-colorless appearance.
  2. Brilliance and Sparkle:
    • Diamonds are renowned for their exceptional brilliance and sparkle, which is a result of their high refractive index and strong dispersion.
    • White sapphires, while still beautiful, may not exhibit the same level of brilliance as diamonds. They often have a slightly lower refractive index, which affects the way they interact with light.
  3. Hardness:
    • Diamonds are the hardest natural substance on Earth, scoring a 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness.
    • White sapphires are also durable and have a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale, making them suitable for everyday wear but not as hard as diamonds.
  4. Price:
    • White sapphires are generally more affordable than diamonds. If cost is a significant factor, choosing a white sapphire might be a more budget-friendly option.
  5. Inclusions:
    • Diamonds may have natural inclusions (internal flaws) and blemishes (external flaws). However, these inclusions are often less visible in higher-quality diamonds.
    • White sapphires can also have inclusions, and the visibility of these inclusions may vary depending on the clarity of the stone.
    • While white sapphires can be a lovely and cost-effective alternative to diamonds, it's essential to be aware of their differences and set realistic expectations. Some people prefer the unique qualities of white sapphires, while others may prioritize the distinctive brilliance and hardness of diamonds. Ultimately, the choice between white sapphire and diamond often comes down to personal preference, budget considerations, and desired characteristics in a gemstone.

Sapphires, like rubies, often undergo various treatments to enhance their color, clarity, and overall appearance. These treatments are widely accepted in the gemstone industry, and they can improve the visual appeal of sapphires. Common treatments for sapphires include:
  1. Heat Treatment: This is the most common and widely accepted treatment for sapphires. Heat treatment involves heating the sapphire to high temperatures to enhance its color. The process can remove or reduce unwanted color zoning, improve the clarity, and intensify the desirable blue color. The majority of blue sapphires on the market have undergone heat treatment.
  2. Diffusion Treatment: This treatment involves adding certain elements, such as beryllium, to the surface of the sapphire to alter its color. Diffusion treatment can create different color zones within the stone. While it is widely used, disclosure of this treatment is essential.
  3. Beryllium Diffusion with Heating: This combines both heat treatment and beryllium diffusion to achieve specific color enhancements. This treatment is commonly applied to padparadscha sapphires to intensify their orange-pink hues.
  4. Surface Diffusion: This treatment involves applying color-infusing substances to the surface of the sapphire, followed by heat treatment. The goal is to improve the color by introducing new elements onto the surface.
  5. Filling and Coating: Some sapphires may be filled or coated with substances to improve their clarity or enhance their color. However, these treatments are less common, and disclosure is crucial.
  6. Lattice Diffusion: This treatment involves diffusing elements into the sapphire at a lattice level to create specific color patterns. Lattice diffusion is a sophisticated treatment, and disclosure is important.

It's important for consumers to be aware of the treatments that sapphires may undergo and to receive full disclosure from sellers. Reputable jewelers and gemstone dealers should provide information about any treatments applied to a sapphire, and consumers should inquire about the treatment history when making a purchase. Natural, untreated sapphires are highly valued, but many gem-quality sapphires in the market have undergone treatments to enhance their appearance. As long as these treatments are disclosed transparently, they can result in beautiful and affordable gemstones.