Thought to represent wisdom and celestial hope, the blue sapphire is one of the rarest and most valuable colors of sapphire in the world today. A variety of the corundum mineral, “sapphire” colors are actually extremely diverse, with the blue sapphire we recognize usually being described as a Kashmir Sapphire or Cornflower Blue Sapphire. The red sapphire gemstone has been known since ancient times as a ruby.
Cathedral Halo Migrain Bahurupaka Blue Sapphire Ring with Diamond in 14k White Gold
Art Deco Pave Marquise Citrostra Blue Sapphire Ring with Diamond in 18K Rose Gold
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Above and beyond this gemstone’s breathtaking luster, the blue sapphire is also extremely durable. Featuring a hardness rating of nine, its strength is surpassed only by the diamond and it is unlikely to break unless handled with a great deal of roughness.
Sourced from our conflict-free suppliers in Asia and Africa, our blue sapphires are generally heat-treated before they arrive at our New York workshop. This simple process improves their clarity and makes their blue color even more intense.
A well-crafted sapphire ring is exquisitely beautiful and is ideal as an engagement, wedding, or cocktail ring. If you are going to invest in a high-end gemstone like blue sapphire, it is worth having it done right. At AZEERA, we only accept the top 1% of gemstones that are acquired by our suppliers and draw on three generations of experience to craft these into the most spectacular rings. Contact us for one-on-one guidance on designing your sapphire gemstone ring and bring your dream to life today!