Blue Sapphire

All About Blue Sapphire

“ Blue Sapphire is a symbol of integrity, wisdom, and mental clarity. ”

Sapphire became September’s official birthstone in 1912 as adopted by the American National Association of jewelers. The name Sapphire came from the Latin word “saphirus” and the Greek word “sapheiros”, both meaning blue. It is mostly known as bluestone, but the range in color from yellow to pink and purple. It is found in only a few locations in the world the most popular being Kashmir, Burma, and Sri Lanka. It is ranking at a 9.0 on the Mohs scale of hardness, the sapphire is the second hardest natural mineral ( second only to diamonds). Color-changing sapphires exhibit different colors in different light. This rare sapphire is blue in natural light and violet in artificial light. It is believed to have powers for spiritual enlightenment and inner peace. Those who wear sapphire are thought to reap the benefits of healing properties for rheumatism, mental illness, and colic. It is also believed to boost the mood of the wearer and function as an antidepressant. It is also a traditional gift for those celebrating 5th or 45th anniversaries.

Sapphire Shapes

Blue Sapphire Size Chart ( approximate weight in carat )

Compared to small sapphires, large sapphires are harder to find. Most commercial-quality sapphires weigh fewer than 5 carats. The size of a fine-quality sapphire directly affects its price. Quality stones are usually not cut to smaller sizes as this will result in loss of weight.

Blue Sapphire Grades

There is no universal grading standard for sapphires. However, these gems can be broadly classified into the following grades:

Heirloom (AAAA): This category includes the top 1% of sapphire. They have a truly exceptional and deep hue, are very slightly included, and exhibit high brilliance.

Best (AAA):  This grade is given to the best 10% of natural sapphires available. They exhibit medium to rich hues and have a few inclusions.

Better (AA): These sapphires are the top 20%-30% of those available in the world. They are moderately included, with a dark to medium hue.

Good (A): These are the next 50%-70% of natural sapphires available. They are known to have moderate to heavy inclusions.

Reasons and Benefits of wearing Blue Sapphire Gemstones

The Reasons and Benefits of wearing the blue sapphire gemstone are:

  1. It removes toxic particles from the body.

  2. It gives fame and a good reputation. 

  3. It is one of the strongest gemstones and its energy is felt instantaneously.

  4. It removes negativity.

  5. It balances positive energy.

  6. It improves digestion and blood circulation.

  7. It also helps in improving focus and concentration.

Care Instructions of Blue Sapphires

Similar to diamonds, sapphires are durable and apt for regular wear. However, over time and frequent wear, dirt and grime may settle on your jewelry, making even the most valuable ones look faded and dull. Keeping your jewelry clean is the best way to retain its dazzle for a long time. Here are a few tips that you can follow to keep your sapphire jewelry shining.

  1. Wear sapphire jewelry with care. Finish off your makeup before putting them on. Similarly, while removing makeup ensure that you have already taken off the jewelry.

  2. Avoid wearing them while doing manual jobs such as gardening, washing, and cleaning. This may result in scratching or chipping. Also, never swim or bathe with your jewelry on.

  3. Never expose your sapphires to harsh chemicals like chlorine bleach or anything that contains moisturizers or abrasives.

  4. Sapphires can be easily cleaned using warm water and a dash of cleaning detergent. You can also use a soft toothbrush for cleaning them.

  5. Once clean, rinse well and dry using a soft cloth. If the stone still looks cloudy, repeat the process once again.

  6. Store each piece of sapphire jewelry in separate compartments to avoid scratching.

  7. Keep your sapphire jewelry in a cool place, away from heat or direct sunlight.

  8. It is recommended to get your sapphire jewelry cleaned professionally at least once every year.

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