Sapphire Gemstone

Sapphires belong to a class of minerals called Corundum, which is a form of Aluminium Oxide. Blue Sapphires occur as the result of iron and titanium being present in the Corundum, whilst colors such as yellow, green, gray, black, purple and pink are due to other trace minerals – and in the case of pink sapphire – due to trace elements like Nitrogen.

Sapphires – what to look for when choosing a sapphire

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