17.34 Ct. (33.03 Ct. TW), 26615505, Unheated$64,800
7.90 Ct. (8.95 Ct. TW), Unheated$8,500
4.83 Ct. (6.48 Ct. TW), GRS Certified, GRS2023-058843, Unheated$33,100
31.45 Carat, Cushion Shape$22,300
More about Sapphire Jewelry
What does sapphire attract?Sapphires are thought to attract wisdom, knowledge, and mental clarity. They are linked to attracting good luck, prosperity, and achievement. Additionally, they are believed to foster inner peace, spiritual development, and protection against negative energies.
However, it is crucial to acknowledge that these beliefs are based on folklore and individual perspectives rather than scientific evidence.
Which color of sapphire is the most expensive?One of the most expensive and sought-after sapphire colors is the intense and vivid blue that is commonly referred to as cornflower blue or royal blue. These precious stones are exceptionally beautiful and extremely rare, which explains their higher prices.
How can I be certain that the sapphire I'm purchasing is authentic?To confirm the sapphire’s authenticity, purchase from a reputable jewel, request a gemstone certificate or grading report from a recognized gemological laboratory, inspect the sapphire for any inclusions, and seek guidance from a professional jewel.
Here at Astteria, we provide certifications for your jewelry, so you don’t have to worry about buying anything fake.
What are some popular styles of sapphire jewelry?
Popular styles of sapphire jewelry include classic sapphire and diamond rings, sapphire pendant necklaces, sapphire stud earrings, and sapphire tennis bracelets featuring a continuous line of sapphires.
How do I care for sapphire jewelry?
To care for sapphire jewelry, clean it regularly with a mild detergent and a soft brush to maintain its brilliance. Store it separately from other jewelry to avoid scratches, and have it professionally cleaned and inspected periodically.