Where Does Sapphire Come from?


Sapphire is a gemstone variety of the mineral corundum. Sapphires are commonly worn as jewellery. Sapphires can be found naturally, by searching through certain sediments or rock formations, or they can be manufactured for industrial or decorative purposes.
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Saphires come in blue, pink, purple, orange, and
Sapphires are found in many places. The most valuable are from Kashmir, which is up in the Himalayan Mountains in the region disputed between India and Pakistan. Other producers are
synthetic corundum, rose quartz doublets with reflective backs, Sapphire is any and all corundum gemstone that is not red. red is ruby. Natural corundum sources are usually Australia
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Sapphire is usually obtained from alluvial deposits in locations such as: Burma, Thailand, India, Pakistan, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, Australia, Afghanistan, Tanzania and Kenya. Sapphire gets its numerous colours from trace amounts of other elements such as iron and titanium.
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