Long ago, it was believed that the sky was such a variety of magnificent shades of blue that the earth was embedded in a gigantic sapphire. There is no better way to describe the richness of this dynamic stone. Although it comes in a rainbow of colors, blue is the best known for the sapphire. Composed mainly of corundum, sapphire is a very durable gem and is associated with feelings of sympathy and harmony, friendship and loyalty. Its beauty, its magnificent colors, and also its constancy and durability make the sapphire the embodiment of mutual understanding and indestructible trust.
Sapphires are one of the most beloved gemstones from the earth. From blue to green, and everything between, Sapphires exist in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes.
Of course, the most associated color for sapphires is cobalt blue. Other popular Sapphire colors are green, yellow and pink. And then there is the glorious Padparadja Sapphire, the rarest sapphire in the world. The unique coloring of these eye-catching Sapphires is what makes them so rare. Padparadja Sapphires are a beautiful blend of pink, orange, ruby and yellow. While Rubies and Sapphires have a distinctly saturated coloring, Padparaja Sapphires flash a vivid array of sunset hues.