Sapphire belongs to the Corundum mineral family. Commonly found in various shades of blue, though other variants of colour can be found. Including pink, yellow, green and even purple.

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Recently worn in 2010 by Kate Middleton as an engagement piece to her partner Prince William, this beautiful gemstone has been long associated with royalty and love. From the Greek word ‘sappheiros’, the sapphire is symbolic of truth, faithfulness and nobility. The long history of Sapphire dates as far back as 800 B.C. Persians believed the Earth once stood on a giant sapphire, as a justification for planets blue skies. Today, Sri Lanka is a major source of Sapphire supplying the world with gorgeous stone. Widely accepted as the birthstone of September. The seasonal characteristics of September, the autumnal weather, warming temperatures, plus its popularity for couples to wed, makes Sapphire the perfect choice for this birthstone. This celestial stone is said to boast great spiritual powers, helping to resist unwanted temptations and sin.