Friday, 13 November 2015

Improve Your Status with Fine Untreated Light Blue Sapphire

Many women are starting to turn to sapphire Australia as their stone of choice for an engagement ring. While there are many varieties of sapphires, by far the most popular is blue. A blue sapphire gives your engagement ring a unique look while bringing both elegance and beauty. Whether you’re buying a blue sapphire engagement ring or jewellery with blue sapphires, it is the perfect choice. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a precious gemstone must be beautiful, durable, and rare. There are only a few stones in the world that qualify as precious gemstones: one of those is the sapphire. Light blue sapphire is an extremely strong and durable gem, second only to the diamond.

The first thing you’ll want to ask when buying a blue sapphire is “what shade of blue should I get?” Colour is the most important element when assessing the value of a sapphire. The most sought after and prized colour is a strong vivid velvety blue to violet blue in medium, to medium-dark tones. From pale baby blue to royal blue, sapphire Australia comes in a large variety of hues. Essentially it comes down to your own personal tastes, it is up to you how light or dark you like your blue sapphire to be.

• Colour: The key factor in colour value is its saturation, essentially how pure or intense the colour seems. For most sapphires, the higher the level of saturation, the better.

• Clarity:  Sapphires with no inclusions should cast suspicion as there is high probability they are synthetic. You want to look for a Light blue sapphire that has no inclusions visible to the naked eye. Experts look at the size, location and number of inclusions to judge clarity.

• Carat: The weight of a sapphire is measured in carats. Typically, larger gem quality stones are harder to come by than smaller ones, so they are valued higher.
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