Sapphire’s hardness is second only to diamond among natural gems. This makes it a superb jewelry stone. Of course, a heavily included or fractured stone will be less stable. For reasonably clean stones, no special wear or care precautions are necessary. Over history, Sapphires has been popularly associated with royalty.The most highly prized sapphires are from Kashmir. High in the Himalaya mountains.Sapphires get their extraordinary colors from traces of iron, titanium, chromium, and other elements. Color is the most important element in estimating the value of sapphire. Hue counts, the closer to a pure blue the better, but saturation is more important. Top sapphires can reach beautiful vivid saturation. A true beauty to behold. It’s perfect for everyday jewelry. A must have in your jewelry wardrobe!!
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