Sapphire, the birthstone of September

September babies are some of the luckiest because they get to have SAPPHIRE as their birthstone! 
When hearing the word Sapphire many people immediately envision a stunning violet-blue gemstone because the word “Sapphire” is Greek for blue. Typically, sapphires appear as blue stones, ranging from very pale blue to deep indigo. But sapphires are not only blue, they come in almost every color of the rainbow: pink, yellow, orange, peach, and violet colors- the whole spectrum of the rainbow.
Sapphires are a "girl's best friend" not only for their breathtaking hues also because what they symbolize; honesty, loyalty, purity and trust! They are one of the most popular gemstones and widely used in jewelry.
The major sources for sapphire are Australia, Cambodia, Madagascar, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Myanmar (Burma), and even Montana in the United States. 
Here are some of our latest pieces featuring colorful sapphires. Enjoy!

These 18KYG handmade chains with rose cut sapphires paired with enamel links are the colorful inspiration we all have been looking for! 

Captivating at first sight and sparkling with unique color combinations! Each one-of-a-kind design is crafted in 18KYG, combining rose cut sapphires with accents of diamonds and enamel. 

We may only celebrate Halloween in October but skull jewelry is always in style! Queen Skully is crafted in 18KYG sparkling with diamonds, sapphires and rubies. Doesn't she make a great addition to that sapphire chain? 


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