0.32ct Tcw Big Pear Blue Sapphire & Diamond 18kt Pendant

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Jewellery is special. It lasts a lifetime. It has always been an emotional and sentimental experience that evokes wonderful memories while still giving pleasure for years ahead.

Most attractive to the eyes, the diamond is famous for its play of colors. It emits very delicate bluish, reddish, or a mixture of blue and red radiance of glittering luster when exposed to light. The gem is luminous and dazzling, and emits sparks of light. A fine diamond is effulgent, radiant, and delightful. It is as soothing to the eyes as the Moon; it is lovely and magnificent and has the self-luminous quality of a clear crystal. It is brilliant and radiates rainbows of light all around.

Two diamonds may at first glance look alike, but the truth is that they are very different. Although they may be of equal size, they may have very unequal values.

A Diamond has four characteristics, known as the 4 C’s – Cut, Colour, Clarity and Carat Weight. These 4 C’s will help you understand while buying a Diamond. It is the combination of these four factors that determines the value of a Diamond.   

  • Diamond Pcs: 1 pc  
  • Diamond Wt: 0.02 cts  
  • Diamond Color: I/J  
  • Diamond Clarity: VS  
  • Pear Sapphire Pcs: 1 pc  
  • Pear Sapphire Wt: 0.15 cts  
  • Gold Wt: 0.750 gms  
  • Gold Purity: 18kt  
  • Dimension: H - 0.90 cms    

So go ahead, show your affection and remember, love never counts the cost and never delays in expression. BUY NOW!!   

  • Jewellery Details
  • Style Code
  • P1317
  • Material
  • Diamond
  • Gold Weight
  • 0.750 gms
  • Gold Purity
  • 18kt Yellow Gold
  • For Whom
  • Women
  • Diamond Details
  • Diamond PCS
  • 1 pc
  • Diamond Weight
  • 0.02 carats
  • Color
  • I-J
  • Clarity
  • VS
  • Product Dimension
  • Dimension: H - 0.90 cms
  • Precious Stone Details
  • Stone Type
  • Blue Sapphire
  • No of Pcs
  • 1 pc
  • Weight
  • 0.15 carats
  • Color
  • Blue
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Additional Information

Sapphire - the famous blue stone is also called the blue sister of Ruby. Its because they come from the same mineral, corundum.
Rough Sapphire

SOURCE OF SAPPHIRE

The most famous and the finest blue sapphires are the prized Kashmir sapphires which have a blue color that is not only intense, but also velvety. As the name suggests, it originated from India's northwestern region of Kashmir, along the Pakistani/Indian boarder in the western Himalayas. So rare are these sapphires that they are not often seen in the gemstone market.

Second only to Kashmir in quality and mystique is the Burmese Sapphires. They are now sourced from Srilanka and Australia, Tanzania and Madagascar. The value of sapphires depends on their color, transparency and size. And in cases of very fine quality sapphires, the origin also has a major role.

Sapphire - the famous blue stone is also called the blue sister of Ruby. Its because they come from the same mineral, corundum.
Polished Sapphire

SOURCE OF SAPPHIRE

The most famous and the finest blue sapphires are the prized Kashmir sapphires which have a blue color that is not only intense, but also velvety. As the name suggests, it originated from India's northwestern region of Kashmir, along the Pakistani/Indian boarder in the western Himalayas. So rare are these sapphires that they are not often seen in the gemstone market.

Second only to Kashmir in quality and mystique is the Burmese Sapphires. They are now sourced from Srilanka and Australia, Tanzania and Madagascar. The value of sapphires depends on their color, transparency and size. And in cases of very fine quality sapphires, the origin also has a major role.

Sapphire - the famous blue stone is also called the blue sister of Ruby. Its because they come from the same mineral, corundum.
Sapphire Shapes

SOURCE OF SAPPHIRE

The most famous and the finest blue sapphires are the prized Kashmir sapphires which have a blue color that is not only intense, but also velvety. As the name suggests, it originated from India's northwestern region of Kashmir, along the Pakistani/Indian boarder in the western Himalayas. So rare are these sapphires that they are not often seen in the gemstone market.

Second only to Kashmir in quality and mystique is the Burmese Sapphires. They are now sourced from Srilanka and Australia, Tanzania and Madagascar. The value of sapphires depends on their color, transparency and size. And in cases of very fine quality sapphires, the origin also has a major role.

Sapphire - the famous blue stone is also called the blue sister of Ruby. Its because they come from the same mineral, corundum.
Shades of Sapphire

SOURCE OF SAPPHIRE

The most famous and the finest blue sapphires are the prized Kashmir sapphires which have a blue color that is not only intense, but also velvety. As the name suggests, it originated from India's northwestern region of Kashmir, along the Pakistani/Indian boarder in the western Himalayas. So rare are these sapphires that they are not often seen in the gemstone market.

Second only to Kashmir in quality and mystique is the Burmese Sapphires. They are now sourced from Srilanka and Australia, Tanzania and Madagascar. The value of sapphires depends on their color, transparency and size. And in cases of very fine quality sapphires, the origin also has a major role.

Rough Sapphire
Polished Sapphire
Sapphire Shapes
Shades of Sapphire
Sapphire Gold Ring

BENEFITS OF WEARING A SAPPHIRE

Sapphires and the zodiac - Those born in September should wear sapphires for their birthstone; and according to the zodiac, it is the birthstone of the Taurus. Sapphires have always said to bring peace, joy and wisdom to their owner and wearer. In fact, it was also considered a talisman offering protection from evil spirits and other unwanted creatures of the night.

Kings wore sapphires around their necks as a powerful defense from harm.
Talisman

FAMOUS SAPPHIRES

The great Oriental traveler, Sir Richard Francis Burton, had a large star sapphire which he referred to as his “talisman,” for it always brought him good horses and prompt attention wherever he went. Just the mere sight of the stone was believed to bring luck and he showed it to people everywhere he went. King Solomon wore a sapphire ring. And in modern times, the sapphire grew notorious when we saw Prince Charles give a sapphire engagement ring to Lady Diana.

Kings wore sapphires around their necks as a powerful defense from harm.
King Solomon's Sapphire Ring

FAMOUS SAPPHIRES

The great Oriental traveler, Sir Richard Francis Burton, had a large star sapphire which he referred to as his “talisman,” for it always brought him good horses and prompt attention wherever he went. Just the mere sight of the stone was believed to bring luck and he showed it to people everywhere he went. King Solomon wore a sapphire ring. And in modern times, the sapphire grew notorious when we saw Prince Charles give a sapphire engagement ring to Lady Diana.

Kings wore sapphires around their necks as a powerful defense from harm.
Lady Diana's Sapphire Ring

FAMOUS SAPPHIRES

The great Oriental traveler, Sir Richard Francis Burton, had a large star sapphire which he referred to as his “talisman,” for it always brought him good horses and prompt attention wherever he went. Just the mere sight of the stone was believed to bring luck and he showed it to people everywhere he went. King Solomon wore a sapphire ring. And in modern times, the sapphire grew notorious when we saw Prince Charles give a sapphire engagement ring to Lady Diana.

Kings wore sapphires around their necks as a powerful defense from harm.
Sapphire Diamond Brooch

FAMOUS SAPPHIRES

The great Oriental traveler, Sir Richard Francis Burton, had a large star sapphire which he referred to as his “talisman,” for it always brought him good horses and prompt attention wherever he went. Just the mere sight of the stone was believed to bring luck and he showed it to people everywhere he went. King Solomon wore a sapphire ring. And in modern times, the sapphire grew notorious when we saw Prince Charles give a sapphire engagement ring to Lady Diana.

Talisman
Sapphire Ring
Sapphire Ring
Sapphire Brooch

Customer Reviews:

Pretty piece of jewelry! Fast S&H!
eurom2001 18 May 2005
Fast post, great necklace, smooth transaction, recommend this seller
cats2005 25 Jan 2005
Good Seller.
preethis 24 Mar 2003
Necklace
It took a little longer than expected, but it was a smooth transaction.

adilhappy75 ( 23 Nov 2010
Lovely earrings at a great price, thanks!!
mceedrn 20 Feb 2005
very pretty,am a happy camper as they say, so THANKS
take5animaux 18 May 2005
Exceptional service. Product, price, packaging perfection. Hope to buy more
galery7099 18 May 2005

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