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About September Birthstone Jewelry

Sapphire fever is real and September has witnessed it all. Blue, green, yellow, orange, pink: Sapphires come in a kaleidoscope of colors and we’re a fan of them all. Probably why September borns are considered extremely lucky. Having been associated with royalty for quite some time, Sapphires elevate any look with pure grace.

Fun Fact: One of the most royal and expensive engagement rings known till date is that of the Princess of Wales, Diana who set the trend for Sapphires loose. It was a whooping 12 carat oval cut Blue Sapphire ring surrounded with a Halo of 14 dazzling diamonds around. That ring changed the world of gemstone jewelry with princess diana inspired ring designs turning heads everywhere.

What do Sapphires symbolize?

Sapphire has long been known to symbolize royalty. Such sanctity that since ancient times, they are known to represent heavens and work as a protective shield against negative energies. It is one of the most sought after choices to fashion engagement rings with since it is fondly known to represent loyalty and commitment.

Sapphires and the 4 Cs

  • Cut: The shape of Sapphires ranges from the classic round, oval, pear and marquise to more elaborate baguette, cushion, heart and princess cut.
  • Color: The USP of Sapphires indeed! In its natural state, Sapphires come in a rainbow of colors including blue, yellow, green, pink, orange with the most common being blue.
  • Clarity: Sapphires are known to possess slight inclusions, more commonly needles.
  • Carat: The carat weight of Sapphires typically ranges between 0.25 CT to 4 CT.

Stunning Sapphire Jewelry

  • Rings: The Sapphire rings in our collection are inclusive of solitaire rings, beloved engagement ring with halo, anniversary ring, eternity rings, celtic rings, cluster rings, vintage rings to more expressive and elaborate styles including floral, bypass and geometric rings.
  • Earrings: The Sapphire earrings in our collection ranges from the classic solitaire studs, halo, swirl, bar to fancier designs including bridal, floral, animal, hoop and dangle earrings. All just as beautiful in their own sweet way!
  • Pendant: Our stunning collection of Sapphire pendants is inclusive of solitaire, cluster, bar, two stone along with floral, snowflake and vintage designs. Sapphire Pendants are truly one of a kind.
  • Bracelets: The Sapphire bracelets in our collection range from the classic tennis, bangle, bolo, station chain, link chain to more elaborate styles including charm chain, geometric, floral, designer and hamsa.

FAQs

  1. Does Sapphire break easily?

    Sapphires are known to possess a hardness rating of 9 out of 10, thus making for one of the most durable gems known.

  2. What are the benefits of wearing Sapphire jewelry?

    Long been associated with royalty, Sapphires are known to represent heavenly blessings, hence protecting the wearer against all kinds of negative energies along with terrors, accidents and misfortunes. It also works wonders for those dealing with neurological disorders, insomnia, anxiety and depression. Renowned to bless the wearer with a sense of calmness, Sapphires also represent loyalty and commitment, thus making for a great token of love to present your partner with.

  3. How do you take care of Sapphire jewelry?

    In order to maintain the new like luster of your Sapphire jewelry, make sure to clean it every once in a while with a lukewarm solution of soapy water or a damp cloth. Pat it dry afterwards with a soft, microfiber cloth. Make sure to remove your jewelry while taking a shower in order to avoid any exposure with harmful chemicals and take it for a little professional inspection and cleaning every once in a while.

  4. Does the color of Sapphire fade?

    When exposed to sunlight for long durations constantly, Sapphire, just like any other gem, can show some signs of fading, hence it is advisable to take extra care.

  5. Which Sapphire is the most sought after?

    Blue Sapphires are the most common ones with the color of the most sought after ones out of the lot being dark, velvety blue that reflects pure royalty.