If your birthday is this month, then you’ll definitely want to hear what we have to say about the September birthstone.
Sapphire belongs to the same family as ruby, which is the corundum group of gemstones. Its name originating from the Latin word “sapphirus” meaning blue, sapphire is considered one of the hardest minerals on Earth.
There are different types of sapphire available in the market and most of them have unique qualities pursued by many. A select few sapphires have the ability to display a star-like spectacle referred as asterism. This star can appear in any color, but typically occurs in blue, black and pink gemstones. Check out our star sapphire collection of jewelry to see the true beauty of asterism.
Sapphire is historically recognized as a gem of monarchs, class, and affluence, and it symbolizes nobility or a noble soul. Besides the superiority of this gemstone, the color of sapphire also looks stunning in generally any shade.
Sapphire comes in various colors, but we are here to discuss its signature deep blue hue. Its blue is vivid and saturated, as if it’s lit from within. This stone makes a stunning pendant for a necklace. A formal occasion is also the perfect opportunity to wear this elegant color. Here are examples of sapphire jewelry for inspiration.
Birthday not in September? Check out our birthstone calendar to find yours!