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 Sapphires are available in almost all the colours of a rainbow from sky blue through to dark royal blue, violet, green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, and intermediate hues.

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Kashmir, Myanmar (formerly Burma) and Sri Lanka, Australia, Thailand, Cambodia, Madagascar and the United States (Montana), Asia, Africa.

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From the prehistoric riverbeds of an ancient land. Sapphire comes in every colour of the rainbow, although blue sapphire is the most popular. Also prized is the rare pink-orange sapphire variety known as Padparadscha, named after the colour of a lotus flower. Some stones exhibit the phenomenon known as colour-change, most often going from blue in daylight or fluorescent lighting to purple under incandescent light. Sapphires can even be grey, black, or brown.

Sapphire represents loyalty and symbolises the wearer’s eternal youth and matches their desire to travel and unveil the wonders of the world. Ancients believe the Ten Commandments were written on a Sapphire tablet, and that the power of wisdom is contained within this precious blue gem. It is believed that when the wearer of a sapphire faces challenging obstacles the stone’s power enables them to find the correct and most peaceful solution. It is not only considered to be the stone of faithfulness but importantly the gem of devoted love.

Sapphires will vary from light sky blue through to an intense rich hue. All shades of yellow and green are found, as are the exotic mixed coloured Sapphires that are called Parti-coloured sapphires. Sapphire, like Ruby, is from the Corundum family.

It is the uniformity and purity of the colour that are the most important considerations when choosing your Sapphire.