Collection: Sapphires

Sapphires: The Gems with a Rich History

Sapphires are more than just beautiful gemstones. They have a rich history and allure that has captivated hearts for centuries. These precious stones are members of the corundum family and boast exceptional hardness, surpassed only by diamonds.

But unlike diamonds, sapphires come in a mesmerizing array of colors. The classic cornflower blue is the most popular, but you can also find them in rare and exquisite shades like pink, orange, and yellow. Each color carries its own unique meaning and charm.

Blue sapphires, symbolizing wisdom, truth, and royalty, are the quintessential sapphire color. Their captivating shade evokes feelings of serenity, peace, and intelligence. These stunning gems have adorned the crowns and jewels of kings and queens throughout history, solidifying their association with power and elegance.

But sapphires extend far beyond blue. Pink sapphires radiate delicate feminine charm and represent love, compassion, and grace. Orange sapphires, infused with warmth and vibrancy, symbolize enthusiasm, creativity, and success. And yellow sapphires, reminiscent of sunlight, embody joy, optimism, and intellect.

At GemAnastation, we are committed to providing our clients with a carefully curated collection of natural sapphires, sourced from the finest mines around the world. Each gemstone undergoes rigorous inspection to ensure its authenticity and natural beauty. Our dedicated team of gemologists is always on hand to offer expert guidance and help you find the perfect sapphire to suit your individual style and preferences.

So, if you’re looking for a gemstone that is both captivating and timeless, look no further than sapphires.

Quality

These gemstones are carefully sourced to ensure their exceptional quality and individuality, setting them apart from the ordinary.

Timeless Beauty

Our gemstones encompass the most enduring and enchanting gemstone choices, ensuring that they remain cherished for generations.

Frequently Asked Questions about Sapphires

What are the different types of sapphires?

Sapphires are classified by their color, with blue being the most common. Other popular sapphire colors include pink, orange, and yellow. Sapphires can also be found in green, purple, and black.

How are sapphires mined?

Sapphires are mined from alluvial deposits or bedrock. Alluvial deposits are formed when sapphires are washed down from their original source by rivers or streams. Bedrock mining involves extracting sapphires directly from the rock.

How are sapphires treated?

Some sapphires are treated to improve their color or clarity. Common treatments include heat treatment and clarity enhancement. GemAnastation only sells natural untreated sapphires.

How much are sapphires worth?

The value of a sapphire depends on several factors, including its color, clarity, cut, and size. Blue sapphires are typically the most valuable, followed by pink, orange, and yellow sapphires. The larger and rarer the sapphire, the higher its value. GemAnastation offers sapphires from $1000

How can I care for my sapphire jewelry?

Sapphires are relatively hard and durable, but they can still be scratched or damaged. It is important to store your sapphire jewelry in a safe place and to clean it regularly with mild soap and water.