Four Fun Facts About the September Sapphire

It’s that time again! Time for a small history lesson on the birthstone-of-the-month. And this month we have a true, bright-blue beauty… the entirely elegant sapphire.

One of the three precious colored stones (along with emeralds and rubies), September’s sapphire can lend itself to a variety of captivating fine jewelry pieces; this you probably know. But we have a few trivia-l details about the sapphire we’d like to share with you, allowing you to not only “wow” your loved one with a beautiful sapphire for their birthday, but with your knowledge of the stone, as well:

 

  • The origin of the name Sapphire is derived from the Greek word “sappheiros”, which means “precious stone”
  • Although blue is their most-known color, sapphires come in every color of the rainbow, as well as grey or colorless. In fact, rubies & sapphires have the same mineral composition.
  • Sapphires are very rare; much rarer than the diamond. Many gemologists recommend investing in a fine, quality sapphire, feeling that there is sure to be value added to the stone.
  • AND… Lady Diana had a sapphire as the featured stone in her engagement ring, which is now worn by Kate.

If you have a loved one with an upcoming September birthday, you definitely should come in to check out our stellar sapphire collection. A tribute to Princess Diana’s engagement ring, we have this featured piece from Gabriel and Company: the Sullivan halo ring. We also carry an entire color spectrum of sapphires, and have the ability to create a custom piece for your loved one!

Be it a necklace, bracelet or beautiful earring set, we’ll be thrilled to help you pick out a perfect, meaningful gift. We look forward to seeing you soon for those happy September birthdays.

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