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By: Imran Ali
Sapphire with amazing colors is used in jewellery and for other decorative purposes. Sapphire is one of the hardest stones made of corundum. Being the hardest stone it is quite suitable for jewellery making. All non-red varieties of corundum are known as sapphire. Each exquisite color of sapphire looks brilliant in jewellery articles. Blue sapphire is very well known all over the world and widely used in jewellery. Because of this reason some people think that sapphire comes in only blue color. Sapphire used in sapphire jewellery may be natural or lab created sapphire. Pink sapphire, white sapphire, orange-pink, golden, and even black are adored by people and preferred for jewellery.
Sapphires are found in many places including Ceylon, Thailand, Australia, Burma, Africa, Brazil, North Carolina, and China. Sapphires are popular from Sri Lanka and India, and are also found in Tanzania and the Kola Peninsula of Russia. The different varieties of sapphire includes; Kashmir Sapphire also known as Cornflower Sapphire and it has a lovely velvety-blue color, Star sapphire, Padparadschah which is of orange-pink color, Color Changing Sapphire; it exhibits different colors in natural and artificial light, Bi-colored Sapphire; this type of sapphire has more than one color, Cat's Eye Sapphire, Fancy Sapphire; this variety includes all non-blue colors of sapphire and the Verneuil Sapphire ; these are the synthetic or laboratory-grown sapphire stones.
Sapphire is the birthstone of September. This beautiful stone is representative of truth and sincerity. It has special powers to bring good luck and good fortune to its wearer and also protects him or her from evil spirits. Sapphire is very popular because of the meanings attached to it. Different colors of sapphire are used in rings, earrings, bracelets and pendants. When set in silver metal, sapphire looks incredible.

Multi colored sapphire ring looks stunning, pink colored sapphire is very precious and gives a very sophisticated look. Most of the blue sapphire jewellery is prepared in sterling silver or white gold. The lovely blue sapphire ring in white gold is perfect for anniversaries and engagements. Yellow sapphire looks stunning in yellow gold. Sapphire can be combined with other stones like diamonds and other colored gemstones. These combinations make jewellery articles like rings, earrings, bracelets, anklets, nose rings, toe rings and other items more beautiful and attractive.

Sapphire is a tough and durable gem, but it needs to be appropriately cared for as it is subject to chipping off and fracture if not handled properly. White or colorless sapphire is amazing. This white stone resembles a diamond and can have different beautiful cuts and they are as durable and hard as diamonds. Sapphire is a highly resistant metal and cleaning of sapphire jewellery is very simple. To clean it, pour warm water in a tub and then add mild dishwashing liquid to the water. Place your sapphire jewels in the solution and soak from ten to twenty minutes. After the time is over, remove the jewellery from the cleaning solution and clean the stones with a soft cloth or toothbrush and finally rinse the jewellery with warm water and dry it before storing. Always store your jewellery in a cool place and avoid heat and high temperature.


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