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How to choose gem stones for your rings for  wedding? 

I was amazed to know the emerald that is not blue in colour is coming under the famous stone Blue Sapphire, I was amazed to know that the emerald that is not blue in colour is coming under the famous stone Blue Sapphire, it can be an engagement ring of princess Diana with Sri Lankan Blue Sapphire stone or gem stone on a crown, you need to have a better idea of choosing the right stone.  

We all love buying blue sapphire jewelry. But ended up buying a wrong product is something should not happen to anyone. So in this beautiful blog along with a video we are explaining you how to choose the blue sapphire jewelry. 

Is that only Blue the Blue Sapphire?

The blue sapphire is not only in blue colour it is also coming in multi colours which says all about that beautiful gemstone. Is it only the variant of blue as this 


There are other colours as well. 

The famous colour are think pink, pinkish-orange (called a padparadscha sapphire), green, yellow, and purple sapphires, each gemstone varying in shade from light to dark.

What about RED? 

Red colour gem stone is know as Red Ruby and it is not coming under the category Blue Sapphire.


How old is Blue Sapphire?

The ancient Persians thought the entire world rested on a sapphire, due to the reflection of the sky that turned the sky blue. In ancient Greece and Rome, nobility trusted sapphires to ward off envy and harm. During the Middle Ages, blue sapphires were associated with the heavens – clergy wore them to symbolize heaven, and common folk believed that sapphires attracted blessings from above. 


Princess Diana and her Blue Sapphire Engagement Ring 

A 12-carat oval Ceylon sapphire surrounded with 14 solitaire diamonds and set in 18-karat white gold, that is what she had as her engagement ring that spoken by people for many years. 

On February 24, 1981, the then 20-year-old Lady Diana Spencer and Charles, Prince of Wales, stepped out to officially announce their engagement ring. And while the world was captivated by the young royals (Charles was, at the time, considered one of the most eligible bachelors), it was also the first peek at Diana’s gorgeous engagement ring.


Look for following 4C’s when buying Blue Sapphire;

  •  Color: The color is what shade the sapphire is.  The key factor in color value is its saturation, essentially how pure or intense the color seems. For most sapphires, the higher the level of saturation, the better.
  • Clarity:  Most sapphires will come with a few inclusions. Sapphires with no inclusions should cast suspicion as there is high probability they are synthetic. You want to look for a sapphire that has no inclusions visible to the naked eye. experts look at the size, location and number of inclusions to judge clarity. The less visible the inclusions are, the higher the grade.
  • Cut: The cut is essentially what makes a sapphire really sparkle. The cut of a stone refers to how it was faceted and polished from its rough state. Sapphires are given a cut grade, which factors in  symmetry, windowing, extinction, and brilliance.
  • Carat: The weight of A sapphire is measured in carats. Typically, larger gem quality stones are harder to come by than smaller ones, so they are valued higher. How the weight affects the price will vary between different colors. For example, yellow sapphires are frequently found above 5 carats, while blue ones are a little harder to find.

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