Sapphire is a gemstone variety of the mineral corundum, an aluminium oxide It is
typically blue in color, but natural "fancy" sapphires also occur in yellow, purple,
orange, and green colo...
Less valuable blue sapphires might be grayish, too light, or too dark. The major
fancy sapphire color categories are padparadscha, pink and purple, orange and
With blue sapphires, for example, we would call the stone's color either blue,
slight ... Tone describes how light or dark the color is with the range going from
Jul 2, 2014 ... Though the term “sapphire” generally refers to a “blue sapphire” – they are also
available in padparadscha (salmon or sunset color), pink, ...
Full light and color reflection is a very important part of a fine sapphire. A "window
" is a term used when the center of the stone is lifeless and has no color or light ...
Rather, it refers to the facets on a gem's surface, which allow light and color to
shine through at their best. A deep cut sapphire has better color, while shallow ...
Sapphires of other colors are named yellow sapphire, pink sapphire, etc. ..... Sri
Lankan blue sapphire: may fluoresce red to orange in LW, light blue in SW.
Nov 29, 2013 ... Typically, most color change sapphire shifts from blue under natural daylight to a
violet-purple under incandescent light. Fine top grade color ...
While the spell didn't work in that case, the sapphire remains one of the world's
most popular gemstones, ranging in color from deep, dark blue to light violet.
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