Gemstones Love & Care Guide


Physical characteristics

  • ✧ Species


  • ✧ Hardness


  • ✧ Composition

    Aluminum oxide

  • ✧ Mineral Family


  • ✧ Luster


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About Sapphire

Sapphire is a sibling to Ruby in the same corundum family. All gem-quality corundum that is not red is called Sapphire; however, this name is popularly associated with the colour blue.

Among the many shades of coloured Sapphire, the crystal clear deep blue Sapphire is the most valuable in the market.

Sapphire is the gem of wisdom and hope. It is the birthstone for those born in September and an excellent gift for young graduates as the Sapphire represents wisdom and knowledge. As one of the four precious gems along with Ruby, Emerald and Diamond, the Sapphire is the perfect wedding anniversary gift.

Related to the third eye chakra, Sapphire is believed to provide energy for reflection and insight. Inspiring peace, joy, wisdom, and well-being— Sapphire is said to illuminate the true inner beauty of those of wear it.

Colour range of Sapphire

Not only blue. Sapphire is one of the most prolific gems in color, Sapphire is available in virtually every hue including yellow, peach, orange, pink, violet, purple, and green, as well as colorless, grey, and black.

Sapphire Care Tips

  • Wearing


    ✦ Can be worn daily.

    ✦ Avoid water, extreme humidity, and heat as this may cause your jewellery to discolour.

    ✦ Avoid contact with home detergents or chemical products such as perfumes, makeup, lotions, and nail polish removers.

  • Storage


    ✦ Store in individual soft pouch or fixed slot in jewellery box so gemstones don’t get scratched.

    ✦ Keep chains and bracelets fastened so they don’t get tangled.

    ✦ Away from direct sunlight, in a dark, cool and dry place.

  • Cleaning


    ✦ Clean with soft dry jewellery cloth.

    ✦ Wash with lukewarm water with a gentle soap.

    ✦ Safe to use jewellery dip.

    ✦ Use Bling Brush Jewellery Cleaner

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