We’ve recently released an update for our customer account section with a lot of useful functions! In the new My Account section, you can change your email and password, billing and shipping information, and enter any special dates or events … Continue reading

Traditionally, June has always been the most popular month for couples to get married. That is where the term “June bride” comes from.  The month of June derives its name from Juno, the Roman goddess of marriage.  It was anciently … Continue reading

Blue might be the most well-known sapphire color but it is by no means the only sapphire color.  Some of my favorite stones are located in our ‘unique’ color section.   With colors ranging from rose to golden, you can pretty … Continue reading

We’ve been looking for some reputable charities in Sri Lanka to support for some time, yet haven’t found any that we feel are well established. So, on my last trip to Sri Lanka I decided to visit a few orphanages … Continue reading

A universal symbol of love, the heart, has held meaning for centuries.  In early eras, it was thought to be the center of emotion and symbolized love, warmth and courage.  The heart signifies the selfless act of giving everything to … Continue reading

Within our Unique Sapphire section, we have a few stones that might be of particular interest for true gemstone collectors and enthusiasts.  Bi-color sapphires are extremely rare and each stone has a color combination you will never find again. Looking … Continue reading

The Natural Sapphire Company has a large selection of Ceylon blue sapphires. Ceylon sapphires are known for their prized blue cornflower color tone.  However, if you desire a richer and deeper blue color tone, then the rich royal blue of … Continue reading

When you buy a sapphire or ruby, you sort of expect that what you see is what you get, right?  Perhaps you have a distant vision of the stone being dug out of the earth by reverent hands, carried carefully … Continue reading

Within our Unique Sapphire section, we have a few stones that might be of particular interest for true gemstone collectors and enthusiasts.  Bi-color sapphires are extremely rare and each stone has a color combination you will never find again. For … Continue reading

The Natural Sapphire Company sells blue sapphires, pink sapphires, yellow sapphires and uniquely colored sapphires. Our most basic combination is that of the blue-hued sapphire in combination with a ring of white metal, most commonly white gold,  but sometimes palladium … Continue reading