|Dimensions (mm)||9 x 5.9 x 4.4mm|
|Weight (carats)||2.05 carats|
Sapphire is the most precious and valuable blue gemstone. It is a very desirable gemstone due to its excellent color, hardness, durability, and luster. In the gem trade, Sapphire without any color prefix refers to the blue variety of the mineral Corundum. However, the term Sapphire encompasses all other gem varieties and colors of Corundum as well, excluding Ruby, the red variety of Corundum, which has its own name since antiquity. The most valuable color of Sapphire is a cornflower blue color, known as Kashmir Sapphire or Cornflower Blue Sapphire. Another extremely valuable Sapphire form is the very rare, orange-pink Padparadschah. An exotic type of sapphire, known as Color Changing Sapphire, displays a different color depending on its lighting. In natural light.
Sapphires in colors other than blue are called “fancy” or “Parti colored” sapphires.Fancy sapphires are often found in yellow, orange, green, brown, purple and violet hues. Particolored sapphires are those stones which exhibit two or more colors within a single stone. Australia is the largest source of particolored sapphires.
Item Shape: Oval Shape
Place of Origin: Srilanka
Color: Royal Blue
I 'm sorry, I did not like this stone. For me it is dark and only displays a muted color of blue on the ends of the gemstone. How do I return for a full refund.
This seller definitely sold me a fake stone. Feels like plastic and is totally flawless. Paid $41 for this stone and I am totally ripped off. Most of my experiences through gem auction are positive but this stone really disappoints me.
The Gemstone Sheriff program allows our members to request an audit on any auction, which is completed by an independent Gemologist who assesses the accuracy of the item description and pictures.
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