Blue Sapphire is a precious stone with a shade of blue tinged with violet and purple.
Blue Sapphire is a precious stone with a shade of blue tinged with violet and purple. Its value depends on its colour, the hue of blue, clarity, size, cut, and overall quality. The darker blue it has, the most valuable the gemstone is. Its name has a root in the Greek word "sappheiros", meaning blue. Sapphire is a member of the corundum family, like rubies, and one of the hardest gemstones. The star sapphire, which exhibits a star-like phenomenon and gets its name from its Cabochon cut, is the most well-known and popular form of blue sapphire. The Black Star of Queensland, the largest star sapphire globally, weighs 733 carats. Significant sapphire deposits are found in Eastern Australia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, China, Madagascar, East Africa, and a few areas in North America, mostly in Montana.
Sapphire and rubies are often found in the same geographic environment. Sapphire is the traditional September birthstone and the stone for the zodiac sign Sagittarius and was generally associated with peace and happiness in ancient times. For example, in ancient Persia, it was believed that blue sapphire brought blue skies and peace. Glamira supplies the blue sapphires with AAA stone clarity and uses the gemstones with various carats to create unique designs of blue sapphire jewellery. Glamira also chooses the royal blue stones, the most prized colour in the middle of the scale. With the Glamira personalised customisation, you can adorn these designs in diverse alloys and colours.
Blue Sapphire is a special gemstone that can accompany light or dark hair and every style. It can scatter its brilliance on each skin tone and flatter a woman's natural beauty and man's charisma. As an eye-catcher in your attire, it can practically be produced in any jewellery style of blue sapphire earrings, rings, necklaces, and cufflinks. Glamira invites you to utilise blue sapphire not only to capture the eye but also to highlight your blue blood with that royal blue, whether it is circling your neck as a blue sapphire necklace, studded in your earlobes as a set of earrings or sliding your finger in the shape of a blue sapphire ring! Alternatively, you may select one of the blue sapphire engagement rings, personalise it to your lover's preferences, and have it witness your most special moment of a marriage proposal. Another important detail about blue sapphire is that it is the traditional gift for the 45th wedding anniversary.
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