Sapphires, the birthstone for September, have captivated humanity for centuries. Known for their striking blue hue, these gemstones are a symbol of wisdom, nobility, and divinity. But what is it that makes sapphires so enchanting? In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the history, characteristics, and cultural significance of this mesmerizing gemstone.

Emerald-Cut Sapphire And Pavé Diamond Ring

The Ancient Allure of Sapphires

Sapphires have been revered since ancient times. The Greeks wore sapphire for protection when consulting oracles, while the Romans believed it symbolized wisdom and purity. In the Middle Ages, clergy wore sapphires to symbolize heaven, and it was believed that the gemstone had the power to attract divine favor.

Oval Blue Sapphire Pendant With Diamond Halo

The Science Behind the Beauty: What Makes a Sapphire

Sapphires belong to the corundum family of minerals, which also includes rubies. The blue color comes from the presence of iron and titanium in the crystal structure. While blue is the most popular color, sapphires can also be found in a range of colors except red. The durability of sapphires, registering 9 on the Mohs scale, makes them a perfect choice for jewelry that withstands the test of time.

The Many Hues of Sapphires: Beyond Blue

While blue sapphires are the most well-known, this gemstone comes in a variety of colors, including pink, yellow, and even white. Each hue has its own unique appeal and significance. For instance, pink sapphires are often associated with romance, while yellow sapphires are said to symbolize prosperity.

The Symbolism of Sapphire: More Than Just a Pretty Gem

Sapphires are not just beautiful to look at; they also carry a wealth of symbolism. Traditionally, they are seen as stones of wisdom, offering clarity and insight. They are also associated with divine favor and are often used in religious jewelry. In modern times, sapphires are seen as a symbol of integrity and are popular choices for engagement rings.

Emerald Cut Sapphire And Pavé Diamond Ring

Caring for Your Sapphire: Tips for Longevity

Sapphires are relatively easy to care for due to their durability. However, it’s essential to clean them regularly to maintain their luster. Use mild soap and warm water, and avoid harsh chemicals. It’s also advisable to store your sapphire jewelry separately to prevent scratches.

The Market for Sapphires: What to Know Before You Buy

When purchasing a sapphire, it’s crucial to consider its color, clarity, cut, and carat weight. The value of a sapphire increases with the richness of its color and the absence of inclusions. Always buy from reputable dealers and ask for certification to ensure you’re getting a high-quality stone.

Our sapphire jewellery

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Gemstone Rings

Halo sapphire ring

2 730,00 (incl. VAT)
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Gemstone Rings

Halo sapphire ring

2 965,00 (incl. VAT)
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1 950,00 (incl. VAT)
815,00 (incl. VAT)

Halo Engagement Rings

Halo sapphire engagement ring

1 595,00 (incl. VAT)
1 690,00 (incl. VAT)
2 575,00 (incl. VAT)

Three-stone Engagement Rings

Three-stone oval sapphire and diamonds ring

3 290,00 (incl. VAT)
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4 125,00 (incl. VAT)
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Gemstone Rings

Sapphire fashion ring

815,00 (incl. VAT)

Gemstone Rings

Oval sapphire ring

1 715,00 (incl. VAT)
1 485,00 (incl. VAT)
1 295,00 (incl. VAT)

Gemstone Rings

Petite sapphire ring

595,00 (incl. VAT)

Gemstone Rings

Petite sapphire ring

595,00 (incl. VAT)