Many people are very specific about the type of stone that they want however more commonly people are more concerned with the color of stone that they receive. Stones in ranges of the color blue are becoming more and more common and wanted. Blue is a color of stone that is acquired by all walks of life. Finding the proper color in the exact stone you want is sometimes a hard thing to do so instead of walking into a store and saying you want a sapphire to tell them you want to view their blue gemstones.
The most common blue stone is a Sapphire, however, the deep blue color can also be found in other gemstones such as Kyanite, Lapis Lazuli and Zircon. There are also much lighter or softer blue stones with the most common of the lighter stones being Topaz, and Aquamarine. But if you’re looking for something different try a violet blue color or blue-green color of the stone. The violet-blue stones that are most commonly known are Tanzanite and Iolite. The most known blue-green forms of gemstones are Paraiba Tourmaline, Apatite, and Fluorite.
However, those are not your only options. Lets take a look at other blue gemstone.
List Of Blue Gemstones
- Agate - a soft blue color
- Amazonite - teal color
- Apatite - Translucent teal blue color
- Azurite - Turquoise in color with green veins throughout
- Azurite drusy - Dark blue with natural crystal formations
- Aquamarine - Very light translucent blue in color
- Cats eye aquamarine - Simi- translucent very light blue color
- Chalcedony - A very light translucent violet blue color
- Chrysocolla - A Dark green and blue stone with lots of veins of each color running throughout it
- Diamond - Rich translucent blue color
- Dumortierite Quartz - A violet-blue color
Fluorite - Found in many colors with blue being the rarest
- Gem Silica - Simi- Translucent aqua color stone
- Hawk’s Eye - Blue-grey to blue-green color
- Hemimorphite - very light blue stone, almost white in color
- Jadeite - A very light Violet blue almost white in color
- Kyanite - A dark but very rich color of stone
- Labradorite - A translucent very light blue almost clear stone.
- Lapis lazuli - medium rich blue color
- Larimar - This stone is a cloudy white and blue mixture in color
- Moonstone - This stone is Translucent almost completely white with a hint of baby blue
- Paraiba Tourmaline - This stone is very rare and it is a stone that seems to shine in the dark
- Pietersite -This is a brown stone with rich blue veins of color throughout
- Rainbow Moonstone - This stone is an almost clear stone that reflects many colors of blue
- Sapphire - this is the richest and saturated blue stone
- Spinel - This is a translucent medium violet-blue stone
- Sodalite - This is a very dark blue-purple and gray stone
- Star Sapphire - This is a stone that has a naturally formed blue star on top
- Tanzanite - this is a dark translucent violet blue color
- Topaz - a Translucent stone from very light blue to medium blue
- Tourmaline - the blue form of this stone is very rare
- Turquoise - this is a light to medium blue with green throughout
- Zircon - Medium to dark translucent blue color
With over 30 options you can definitely find the blue gemstone that is right for you. Just remember it’s not always about type it is mostly about color.
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