Top Questions and Answers About Sapphire Jewellery
The safest way to clean your sapphire jewellery is with a clean soft-bristled toothbrush and water. Make sure to avoid any chemicals as they can harm your jewellery.
When it's cleaned to your satisfaction, dry your sapphire jewellery off with a towel and buff it with a polishing cloth for extra shine.
The sapphire is a gemstone generally associated with royalty. Blue sapphire jewellery is believed to attract abundance, blessings and gifts. On a spiritual level, sapphires have been said to protect people against negative energies as well as promote calmness, strengthen intuition and invite clarity.
Sapphire birthstone jewellery represents qualities like sincerity, faithfulness and truth, making it an excellent choice for those born in September who don't mind a touch of luxe.
Sapphire jewellery looks great paired with complementary colours. Try pairing your blue sapphires with yellow gold, or a pink sapphire paired with a green emerald. Stick to basics and let your sapphire jewellery make a statement.
There are no hard and fast rules to wearing sapphire jewellery, and it's important to consider your personal style when creating your look. Try things on to see what works for you.
Read our comprehensive guide on how to wear your sapphire jewellery for more tips.
Princess Diana’s iconic sapphire ring, now worn by The Duchess of Cambridge, has cemented sapphire jewellery ties to royalty. Blue sapphire jewellery sets have adorned royalty for centuries. The regal stone is also worn by everyday people with a love of beautiful sapphire hues.
Sapphires of all colours can symbolize wisdom and lasting beauty.
Though sapphires are rarer than diamonds, they are less expensive. We offer affordable sapphire jewellery with stones of varying sizes.
One of the fastest ways to test a sapphire for authenticity is to perform the fog test. Simply blow a puff of air onto the stone and watch how quickly the sapphire defogs. Real, genuine sapphires will defog within a few quick seconds.
Buying sapphires from reputable jewellery stores is the best way to ensure that you're purchasing genuine sapphire jewellery.
When most people think of sapphires, the gem’s signature deep blue hue is what comes to mind. But sapphire jewellery comes in a wide variety of colours. In addition to blue, sapphires can be found in white, pink and yellow.
Sapphires and rubies are both the same mineral, corundum. Red sapphires are their own gemstone called rubies.
Yes, sapphire engagement rings are some of the most popular sapphire jewellery pieces we offer. The stone’s durability makes it a great fit for everyday wear.
High quality sapphires offer impressive colour depth. Natural sapphires may have some inclusions, but a good stone will maximise beauty. Explore our large selection of sapphire jewellery to see this gem’s features.
Gemstone enhancements can improve the beauty of many gems, including sapphires. Some sapphires are heat treated which improves both their colour and their clarity.
We set our sapphire jewellery in precious metals that will last a lifetime. Sapphire pieces are available in platinum, rose gold, white gold, yellow gold, silver and tungsten.