Not only blue sapphires Sapphire is the finest blue gemstone but in nature it presents in many other beautiful colours, from pink to yellow. It is a classic that should not be missed…..but only if it is of good quality.
"The colour saturation is crucial. The unheated stones are very rare! Less clarity more safety … how many synthetic ones!"
Blue Sapphire, cushion cut, 1.33 ct
Blue sapphire with a charming cushion cut. An elegant gem with an intense and glacial blue color. The crystal is transparent and has a good...
Price: € 895,00
Blue Sapphire, oval cut, 1.03 ct
Blue Ceylon Sapphire with beautiful blue color and transparent crystal. The graceful shape of the oval and the brilliance of the gem make it suitable...
Price: € 539,00
Blue Sapphire, oval cut, 0.74 ct
Blue Sapphire with an oval cut of excellent quality for the color and clarity of the crystal. The gem comes from the well-known Ceylon mines...
Price: € 439,00
Yellow Sapphire, octagon cut, 0.69 ct
A magnificent point of color, an intense yellow with rich golden reflections, animates the beautiful bright and clear crystal of this example of Sapphire. The...
Price: € 185,00
Pink Sapphire, not heated, octagon cut, 0.71 ct
Sapphire with a fascinating pink color, in this gem we have not even found the common traces of heating, probably from this derives its natural...
Price: € 219,00
Blue Sapphire, drop cut, 1.25 ct
The teardrop cut is the choice of choice for those who want to make a pendant, but it is also suitable for creating a ring....
Price: € 345,00
Pair of Blue Sapphires, oval cut 0.57 ct
Pair of sapphires, blue light points with a beautiful typical Ceylon color and accentuated brilliance. They are two gems of excellent quality, suitable for making...
Price: € 279,00
Yellow Sapphire, octagonal cut, 1.36 ct
The very particular point of golden yellow and the refined octagonal cut give this beautiful Sapphire a regal aspect. Beautiful proportions and crystal clear and...
Price: € 319,00
Yellow Sapphire, oval cut, 1.26 ct
Beautiful example of yellow Sapphire with a classic oval cut, harmoniously proportioned and well faceted, with a bright color and rich in sparkles. Dimensions suitable...
Price: € 315,00
Yellow Sapphire, round cut, 0.97 ct
Beautiful example of untreated Yellow Sapphire, with a bright color and extremely bright crystal. Round cut suitable for any creation, from the most classic combination...
Price: € 325,00
Blue Sapphire, drop cut, 1.60 ct
Sapphire with a deep and intense blue color with excellent saturation. The cut is symmetrical and well proportioned and the facets give sparkles that illuminate...
Price: € 1.650,00
Blue Sapphire, oval cut, 2.04 ct
Blue sapphire with an excellent tint as a tradition of the best material of Ceylon origin. The transparent crystal, thanks to a well executed faceted...
Price: € 2.245,00
Blue Sapphire, drop cut, 1.22 ct
Sapphire with an intense and deep blue color unlike the typically lighter gems of the same Ceylon origin. The crystal is transparent and the purity...
Price: € 839,00
Drop cut blue sapphire, 6.70 ct
This drop shape stone with important carat weight comes from Africa. The very intense and deep blue colour makes it a very charming stone, ideal...
Price: € 2.345,00
Blue Sapphire, cushion cut, 1.56 ct
Ceylon sapphire with a purplish blue color and a fascinating square cushion cut. The gem has an intense and brilliant color and the crystal is...
Price: € 995,00
Blue Sapphire, oval cabochon cut, 3.16 ct
For those who want a precious choice for their jewel like Sapphire, but a little out of the ordinary, this refined oval cabochon-cut model is...
Price: € 985,00
Blue Sapphire, oval cut, 1.06 ct
Sapphire with a classic well-made oval cut. The gemstone is very bright thanks to the transparency of the crystal and tone of the blue, typical...
Price: € 788,00
Blue Sapphire, cushion cut, 3.44 ct
Ceylon Blue Sapphire with generous dimensions and excellent gemological characteristics. The gem has a blue color with a clear and bright hue thanks also to...
Price: € 3.780,00
Blue Sapphire, cushion cut (not heated), 2.71 ct
Sapphire with an excellent natural blue hue. From a microscopic analysis we have noticed that it has not even undergone the most common heating. It...
Price: € 1.980,00
Blue Sapphire, oval cut, 1.10 ct
A brilliant oval cut enhances the blue of this beautiful Ceylon sapphire specimen. The crystal is clean and transparent and the gem has excellent quality...
Price: € 848,00
The blue variety of the corundum species is called sapphire. Its name probably derives from the Latin but some say it could take its meaning from the Hebrew word Sappir which means “the most beautiful thing”.
It was clear that Ruby and Sapphire were two varieties of corundum not sooner than in 1800 and from then, the red variety is called ruby while only the blue is called Sapphire. All the other colours in which this gemstone comes should by definition be called corundum but in common jargon nowadays all colours, apart from red, are defined as the colour followed by Sapphire .Therefore we call them violet sapphires, yellow sapphires, green sapphires and so on.
Sapphire colours are due to a range from iron-titanium for the blue to vanadium for the violet and different combinations with chrome for other colours
Only the best of blue
Quando si parla di zaffiro e basta si parla di blu primario. Un’altra tonalità secondaria può essere il viola il quale può dare un effetto setoso alla gemma ma assolutamente da evitare anche un accenno di verde il quale sarebbe estremamente peggiorativo nella valutazione della gemma. In conclusione possiamo dire che le pietre più quotate tendono alla massima uniformità di blu.
Other colours of Sapphire (Fancy Sapphires)
When talking about Sapphires, one speaks of primary blue. Another secondary shade could be violet which can give a silky effect to the gemstone but even a hint of green is definitely to be avoided because it will be extremely detrimental in the evaluation of the gemstone.
In conclusion we can say that the most valuable gemstones tend to be those with the maximum uniformity of blue.
Corundum can be found in almost every possible colour; it depends on the chromofore or coloured element that characterises the hue. As we said, all are generically called Sapphires apart from the red ruby but their rarity and value can be variable.
Sapphire Padparadscha, whose orangey-pink colour has been associated with lotus flowers, is a very rare variety that is mined in Sri Lanka. Other than knowing their origin, a highly accurate classification of the colour is required to grade them as Padparadscha. They need to have both a rose and orange hue and if the colour is too dark it can lose its classification as Padparadscha. It is advisable to have the gemstone certified in this case too.
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