The Natural Sapphire Company Seal: Expletus Fides Calculu

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Comprised of elements from the Arnstein Family Crest and symbols of our company’s values and pursuits; the seal of The Natural Sapphire Company coat visible throughout our website and correspondence has been a reminder to us over the years of why we are in the wonderful  business of natural sapphires. We see the seal each day we arrive at work, and know by our motto Expletus Fides Calculu – loosely translated to “The Finished Stone of Good Faith” – that our reason for being here is more than a job and a means to an end, but a calling of passion for the beautiful natural sapphires we search the world for to bring their beauty to you. The Natural Sapphire Company specializes in the rare natural untreated sapphire; fresh from the earth that formed it over millions of years, cut and polished, and set for you in a one of a kind sapphire engagement ring. It sounds so simple, but it took earth and our company quite a lot of work to make that happen. We are proud of the work we and earth have done! Since 1939, it has not only been the sapphires we love, but the jewelry we put them in, and the customers who love and appreciate them. Your appreciation for the gems we hold dear is what has kept us going, so that we can continue to bring you the finest, as well as the most rare and unique sapphires and rubies, as well as educate the world about our favorite gemstones.  For your appreciation of sapphires, we thank you.

In between the two fierce Arnstein Family Lions, there is something you may not have seen before; it is the crystal habit of corundum, the common characteristic shape of the natural rough crystal. In the lower right quadrant is the Miner’s Hammer, a symbol for our unity with the miners of the world, our charity efforts for mining villages, and our dedication to bringing sapphires and rubies from the source to your hand. Sapphires and rubies are predominately mined by hand from alluvial sources using simple tools such as pickaxes, shovels, and bags & barrels to move the earth. It is hard, painstaking work, and we have tremendous respect for the men who do it. At the bottom of the shield, are The Mountains, a symbol to us of the continued quest for sapphires. And last but not least, the microscope. We are not only sellers of sapphires, we are gemologists. We know sapphires like no one else. Our entire sales team is made up of Graduate Gemologists, trained by the prestigious Gemological Institute of America. When you speak to someone at The Natural Sapphire Company about a rare untreated sapphire, you’re speaking to an expert in the field. And not only that, but this is a company that has been dealing in sapphires for over 80 years. Our history and our unified goals give us great confidence in our future, and we hope our customers will feel that same confidence.

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We feel so strongly about how we do business, and how our difference separates us from the rest, that we made our company seal emulate those sentiments. Every day when we leave the office, close the door, and take one last look at The Seal of The Natural Sapphire Company, we remember what we are aspiring to be, and what gorgeous sapphires our customers will one day see.

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Unique Engagement Rings

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We are living in an incredible time for jewelry. It is doubtful that our own era will have a defining characteristic of design such as that of the early 1900’s Art Nouveau, followed by the Art Deco movement, but what our era does have is a mish mosh of design possibilities and those fashion forward individuals who “oddly” do not want what everyone else has. While twenty or even ten years ago, most still followed what was almost protocol for engagement rings. This was when diamonds were still thought to be a girl’s best friend, but now with the help of science, we’ve learned that just isn’t true. Turns out sapphires were the correct answer…sapphires.

Now, while the classic engagement ring designs still hold true like the solitaire engagement ring or the three stone engagement rings, women in this era of jewelry want a bit more color in their engagement rings and no gemstone offers more options for color than sapphire. More color options mean sapphires are also your wardrobe’s best friend ladies. No matter if your closet is filled with preppy pastel dresses or earthy colored pantsuits; we have the perfect sapphire to complement your style. Choose from our Unique Sapphires and Curiosities, or something from our collection of Montana Sapphires. We can find you the sapphire of your dreams and then design a custom sapphire engagement ring for you.

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Combine a matched pair of sapphire side stones with your center sapphire, for a fashion forward and truly unique engagement ring. Take a look at our finished sapphire engagement rings for your own design inspirations, or choose one that’s perfect just the way it is. Just take a look at our vast color selection! With names like Lavender, Sage, and Saffron to name a few, even the names of our sapphires are unique! To put it plainly, if you’re looking for a unique engagement ring, we are the people to talk to.

The Natural Sapphire Company – your headquarters for unique engagement rings.

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Have you considered a brown or cognac sapphire?

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Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue

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Known as the ‘four somethings,’ this classic rhyme describes to the bride what 4 items she must have for good luck on her wedding day. While the meanings of the somethings may not be widely understood, the tradition continues at weddings. But why not make it a little easier on yourself! In The Natural Sapphire Company’s Estate and Antique Collection, we have something old, and something blue, and though unfortunately you can’t borrow it, when you buy it, it will be new to you!!! So borrow a veil and come find yourself a sapphire gift to take care of the rest of your luck.

Not to overshadow your beautiful engagement ring or your wedding band, we’ll leave the subject of rings out of this, but your ears could certainly use some blue sapphire earrings, either studs for a conservative look, or long drop-style earrings for a bit more sparkle and liberal exuberance. If you’ll have your ears covered with a veil, consider perhaps a blue sapphire tennis bracelet or again, one with a little more sparkle and what was it I said, oh yeah, liberal exuberance…I like that.

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32.25ctw Blue Sapphire Earrings

But lest we forget that prime piece of jewelry real estate, the neck and dare I say, bosom. Come on Ladies, this is your wedding day, the one day you can truly look and feel like a princess, and only a regal blue sapphire necklace is going to complete that imagery. Sure, you might have to choose between your first house and your first magnificent sapphire necklace fit for a queen, but in this economy, who knows, the necklace may end up being a better investment.  Whichever piece of blue sapphire jewelry you choose to bring you luck on your wedding day, its luck will surely continue in your life of love and happiness. May it be so!

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How To Care For Your Sapphire Jewelry

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14k Rose Gold Pink Sapphire Engagement Ring

It is suggested that you should have your sapphire jewelry professionally cleaned and inspected every six months. Besides keeping your rare natural untreated sapphire engagement ring as sparkly and gorgeous as the day you first saw it; the regular inspection of your ring will ensure that your sapphire stays wear it is, that your diamonds are secure, and that your ring maintains its beautiful polish. Let’s face it; we all move our hands around a lot in life, so don’t be ashamed if you bumped your ring against the granite countertop. The jewelers at The Natural Sapphire Company will make sure your sapphire ring gets the care it needs, as well as the cleaning your beautiful sapphire deserves.

If it’s been a few months since the proposal or your last six month cleaning and inspection, your sapphire engagement ring may not be looking as pretty as the day that little box was opened. Don’t fret! Your sapphire engagement ring is easy to clean, and safe to do so as long as you are careful and follow my advice.

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The safest way to clean the majority of your jewelry is with a soft tooth brush, warm water, and mild dish soap free of any abrasives. While your sapphire has a hardness of 9, second only to diamond; the precious metals that hold your sapphire are quite soft. Gold alloys are especially soft and range from 2.5 on the Mohs Scale to 4. Platinum is 3.5 and Palladium is 4.5.  You may think your facial scrub will be great to quickly remove the dirt and grime on your sapphire engagement ring, but the pumice in your facial scrub has a hardness of 6, and even the calcium in toothpaste has a hardness of 3.  Abrasives of any kind are bad news for jewelry.

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Warm water, mild dish soap, soft toothbrush, check! Now, be careful cleaning your ring. Be mindful of things like open drains in the sink, or long drops to hard floors. Better yet, maybe just sit down at the table with the bowl of warm water. If your sapphire engagement ring is really dirty, you can let it soak in the water to loosen up the grime. Lightly scrub your sapphire and sapphire jewelry with the soft bristled toothbrush. Rinse and dry with a soft and clean cloth, repeat if necessary. There are several home cleaning methods to use, including products specifically designed to help with the soaking and the cleaning process. There are even ultrasonic cleaning machines available for home use, though great care must be taken with what jewelry you put into an ultrasonic.  Never put any organic material like pearls or amber in an ultrasonic, as well as anything porous like lapis lazuli or turquoise, and never a gem that has been treated with fillers like most emeralds. With sapphire jewelry the only thing you have to take care of in regards to the ultrasonic, is to make sure your sapphire jewelry is not rubbing against the sides of the machine or anything else you may be cleaning. As the machines use ultrasonic vibration to clean, you have to be mindful that no undue wear is caused to the metal in your jewelry during the cleaning process.

Now that you know how to clean and care for your sapphire jewelry, a final piece of advice: Don’t be afraid to get your sapphire jewelry dirty, live life as it comes; your sapphire’s beauty will always be there.

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Is the Origin of Sapphire Important?

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This is a frequently asked question that I’m sure could receive simple answers, but speaking honestly, there isn’t an easy way to answer it. I will say, yes. And I will also say no. Corundum is found all over the world, though only a handful of sources yield large enough amounts of gem quality corundum to satisfy consumer demand. Miners and gemologists are constantly looking for new sources of gem quality sapphire and ruby, and as fashion trends change so does the demand for sapphires from the older sources and the new sources. While two hundred years ago the preferred source of a sapphire may have been Burma or Sri Lanka; today sapphire sources like Montana and Madagascar are producing incredible gemstones that rival those gems from the more famous sapphire origins. Should you not read on, know this possible simple answer: Sapphire origin is as important as you want or need it to be.

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First let me begin by telling you why sapphire origin is not important.  As a gemologist and lover of all gems, I believe in the age old saying that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. We all have our favorite colors like blue, green, yellow, pink, etc. And within each color is a range of different tones. Sapphires are first and foremost about color, and given that they can be found in virtually every color under the sun, and from light to dark; to be certain, as far as colored gemstone engagement rings go, there is no better option for color than a sapphire.  So, one reason why sapphire origin is not important is because the color of the sapphire is the most important part. While certain hues, tones, and saturations of sapphire have achieved strong demand; the most important thing is how the wearer of the sapphire feels about the color. Maybe you don’t want the same color sapphire as the Duchess of Cambridge. Maybe brown is your favorite color, and if so we have a beautiful brown sapphire just for you! A sapphire is beautiful no matter where it comes from.

Now let me tell you why sapphire origin is important. If you’re looking for the crème de la crème of sapphires, the sapphires that make news at auction houses with record prices, or just a sapphire that you can brag about; the factor of sapphire origin can do a lot in those arenas. Still, the gem will have to be exceptional in all other regards as well to be considered, shall we say, Top Gem. You can have a 5 carat vivid untreated blue sapphire with excellent clarity, cut, and proportions, and even without a known origin it will still be a rare and beautiful gemstone.  Add a known and/or certified origin of Burma, and up goes the prestige of that sapphire. Add Kashmir as an origin, and not only does the level of prestige go up, but so does the rarity. In the case of Kashmir sapphires, since the source is virtually exhausted, they are extremely rare! So rare in fact, that we’ve only had one or two of them, and many have never even seen one. At auction, they are without a doubt the crowd favorite!

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In the world of gemology, origin is important; however it can be a hotly debated subject at the same time given that gemology is a rather new science relatively speaking.  In gemological laboratories, the origin of gemstones is determined by the chemical makeup of the gem, and the types of inclusions or clarity characteristics within the crystal. Some gemstones are easier to determine the source of than others, and some simply cannot be determined. The Gemological Institute of America, which has issued many of the reports for our sapphires and rubies, employs field gemologists to collect samples of gems directly from their sources. By doing this, they are creating a database of information for determining origins so that one day we will know for certain where our favorite gemstones came from.

In the world of sapphires, every origin tells a story and some origins have received more fame than others. The world has known of Sri Lankan sapphires for thousands of years, and their cornflower Ceylon blue hue is highly regarded. The Burmese sapphire is known for its vivid royal blue. The Kashmir sapphire is known for its velvety blue. Australian sapphires are known to be a dark, almost inky blue. And while there are sources that are known and are even famous for sapphires, there are also new sources that were recently discovered, and quite possibly the finest source of sapphires is yet to be discovered.

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The question you have to ask yourself is whether or not the origin of your sapphire is important to you. There is both romance and mystery in knowing your sapphire’s story or not knowing it. The center stone of your sapphire engagement ring has traveled millions of years, and thousands of miles to get to you. It was in the earth and then it wasn’t. It was washed and held up into the light of the sun for the first time in its existence. The crystal was admired for its beauty, determined a sapphire, and then was cut and polished so that one day it could grace your hand in a sapphire engagement ring. So, whether you know the sapphire’s origin or not, at least you know that all of the above is true, and that your sapphire is unquestionably beautiful.

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How Much Does A Sapphire Engagement Ring Cost?

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10.65ct Blue Sapphire Engagement Ring

One Million Dollars! Ha Ha Ha Ha! Well….it could cost that much, and more, but if you’re concerned about how much you’ll have to spend to pop that big question, rest easy.  A sapphire engagement ring is not only the best option for a colored gemstone engagement ring, it also can be significantly more affordable than the more common diamond ring.

They used to say that a man should expect to pay 3 month’s salary for a diamond engagement ring. That was the efforts of the diamond companies marketing campaigns.  When it comes to sapphire engagement rings, we can have you out the door and ready for the proposal for less than a paycheck, or we can take that 3 month’s salary and make it look like you spent even more.

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 When you buy a diamond, the price is dependent on the sum of the 4 C’s – Color, Cut, Clarity, and Carat weight. Similar factors come in to play with the pricing of sapphires and sapphire engagement rings; however the final judgment of the gem is rather subjective. Another factor that can affect the price of a sapphire is its origin, though generally this occurs with larger sapphires, and the price only jumps if the sapphire is from one of the more famous sources like Burma, Kashmir, or Sri Lanka.  

 Let me tell you what an expensive sapphire engagement ring looks like.  Over 5 carats, round, unheated, vivid and velvety cornflower blue, with perfect cut, symmetry, and proportions and from the rare Kashmir source. Set in platinum with 8 carats of D-color diamonds…this one will set you back.

 Now let me tell you about a sapphire engagement ring that even this poor gemologist can afford. From the unique American source of Montana – that’s right, beautiful gem quality sapphires come from Montana too; a 0.94ct emerald cut, unheated icy sky blue sapphire with wonderful proportions and perfect clarity.  I’d have this rare sapphire set in either 14k yellow gold, or palladium – platinum’s less expensive cousin. As side stones, a half-carat of radiant cut diamonds to match the shape of the sapphire and give the engagement ring a little more sparkle.  For well under that “3 month salary” budget, this sapphire engagement ring idea provides the features of what makes for a magnificent piece of jewelry. Beauty, rarity, uniqueness; this would be a ring like few others.

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The question, “how much does a sapphire engagement ring cost?” has many different answers. Regardless of the budget, a beautiful sapphire engagement ring is within everyone’s grasps. Our sales and design team are happy to work with you to not only stay within your budget, but also create a unique, rare, and stunning sapphire ring. Now, should you decide that you want to spend millions; we can help you with that too!

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69.35 Carat Blue Sapphire Engagement Ring

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Jewelry Box Staples: What Every Woman Should Have Ready to Wear

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You open your jewelry box resting on the antique vanity and the morning light shines on the jumbled and tangled mess that is the culmination of your life thus far – at least, as far as jewelry is concerned that is. I am sure an autobiographical tale could be told from each and every jumbled and tangled jewelry box the world over. That being said, in the context of many lives, jewelry does play a significant role. And, while your jewelry box is the jumbled and tangled web of your life’s stories; what you are wearing right this moment, or in the next moment, is what is recording your stories, like leaving bread crumbs for your memory.  These are the pieces of jewelry left untangled and unjumbled, ready for wear, or constantly worn. They are the staples of your jewelry collection. They are the earrings and the rings you wear every day, and the pieces reserved for special occasions and unique celebrations. They are pieces passed down from generations before, set with Old World sapphires and rubies, years ago and still today, treasured and adored.  They are your cocktail rings and your chunky statement pieces, because every day there’s a statement to make. These are the pieces of jewelry in your collection that serve an indispensable purpose; this is the jewelry you have at the ready, the jewelry box staples.

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Everyday Earrings

While you may not want to wear the finest of sapphire earrings every day, smaller sapphire studs, generally up to 6mm are affordable and with a beauty worth the risk. When it comes to everyday earrings, maybe you take them off before your shower, maybe you don’t. Maybe you take them off before bed, maybe you don’t. Every woman needs a pair of everyday sapphire earrings to give her ears effortless flashes of color and brilliance.

Today’s fashionable woman is opting for the passionate allure of colored gemstones like vivid, fiery red rubies or the myriad hues of sapphire. Sapphire studs are a great alternative to the same old boring diamonds everyone else is wearing. A pair of sapphire stud earrings in any color adds a combined note of beautiful color and jewelry prestige to your everyday wear.  

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Tennis Bracelet

The classic tennis bracelet or in-line bracelet is another staple for any woman’s jewelry box. Whether worn on its own or stacked alongside bangles or charm bracelets. Light and comfortable, the sapphire tennis bracelet will dance on your wrist as you walk and sparkle in the sunlight each time you run your hand through your hair. Choose your own mix when it comes to sapphire bracelets: rainbow, solid color, or mixed with diamonds; the sapphire tennis bracelet can be all that you want it to be, and even representative of your own personality.

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Pendant

Like your everyday earrings, a simple pendant can be worn each day, with any outfit, for any occasion. Though the pearl necklace is also a staple of any jewelry box; a sapphire pendant is far more versatile.  Choose your favorite color, choose your favorite shape, choose a simple setting or have our custom design team create a unique pendant solely your own. In every tangled and jumbled jewelry box, pendants abound. The sapphire pendant is special. It represents an occasion or a momentous event, it is the pendant that matters more than the rest, and it is the current pendant for your everyday life.

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It doesn’t have to be a sapphire engagement ring, or even a sapphire cocktail ring if showing off too much bling isn’t your thing, but be it known, whether you’re getting ready to walk down the aisle or are looking to brighten up your right hand; a sapphire ring is a world renowned choice and time tested accoutrement. Pinky rings have become very popular, so consider choosing one of our smaller sapphires and working with our design team to create your own. If you’re hoping for a sapphire engagement ring, consider leaving your browser open with the ring you want in full view; I’m sure he’ll see it.

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Star Sapphires & Star Rubies

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They are not like the stars in the sky or the stars you would think to draw, the stars of sapphires and rubies have a magical beauty all their own. Though I cannot remember the first time I saw a star sapphire, I can recall a time seeing someone else see a star sapphire for the first time. Looking at the rich blue of the star sapphire, the individual was confused. “Where’s the star?” she asked. When I instructed her to shine the light on the velvety blue oval cabochon, suddenly she was in complete awe, her eyes sparkling with wonderment as though some great secret had been revealed to her. A secret had been revealed, this magical beauty of nature, this secret star to own and whenever she wished, to behold.

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10.32ct Star Sapphire

Star sapphires and star rubies have been treasured for centuries. Just as I saw what appeared to be “true love” in the eyes of the woman first seeing a star sapphire; it can be inferred that star sapphires have wooed the eyes and hearts of all people throughout time. It is that love and adoration for the twinkling star and the deep blue hues that led to synthetic star sapphire production as well as the diffusion treatment of sapphire crystals so that they can achieve a star.  At The Natural Sapphire Company, we only sell natural, untreated star sapphires and star rubies. And though within our inventory you’ll find star stones of various sizes, shapes, and quality grades; we believe every star is beautiful, especially because it’s natural.

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12.64ct Star Ruby

The star seen on the surface of some ruby and sapphire cabochons is called asterism. Asterism is caused by light reflecting and scattering off the tiny oriented needles of the mineral rutile within the corundum crystal. It takes a skilled lapidary to properly orient the rough crystal for cutting and to achieve a 6-ray star. Star corundum can be found with 4, 6, and 12 ray stars, though at least 6 is preferred. Factors that weigh heavily in the quality or aesthetic beauty of the star sapphire or star ruby include the number of rays of the star as well as how sharp and intense the star appears. Color intensity is obviously important, though a very dark hued stone may have difficulty showing as strong a star as one with a lighter tone. Clarity is also important, as just as you wouldn’t want a large cloud affecting the starry night sky, you won’t want anything blocking the beauty of your sapphire or ruby’s asterism.  If you’re looking for a unique gemstone though, look no further than our star sapphires and rubies, which mind you hold a place in a gemological category known as Phenomenal Gemstones, and that they most certainly are!

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If you’re not in the market for a unique star sapphire engagement ring, perhaps consider one of our star stones for a star sapphire cocktail ring. Or take two, and we’ll create a custom pair of star sapphire earrings. If you are in need of new casual jewelry for the upcoming spring and summer months we have a vast selection of pastel hued star sapphires of blush pinks, blues, yellows, and even silver and lavender! Let us know how our in-house design and fabrication team can make your star sapphire dreams come true.

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Michelle Obama at The State Dinner: First Lady of Style

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State Dinners have clearly become the place to find lavish statement jewelry, which is a good thing as recent years of the Hollywood Red Carpet have left us wanting. While the fashion blogs and articles are paying closest attention to the blue Carolina Herrera gown which was custom made for the First Lady; The Natural Sapphire Company is staring intently at those stunning blue earrings hanging from her ears.

Though unclear whether the deep blue gem slices are sapphire or tanzanite, what is clear is that Michelle Obama, the First Lady of Style, like us, appreciates the boldness of large sapphire earrings and statement jewelry. Mrs. Obama is no stranger to the hue of blue as she is often seen in various shades of the color. At a state dinner in 2009 she wore a pair of earrings featuring beautiful Ceylon blue sapphires on backgrounds of diamonds – again, these were impressively sized sapphire and diamond earrings worn to complement the vivid blue of her gown.

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Given the First Lady’s penchant for bright blue hues and statement sapphire jewelry, The Natural Sapphire Company has an incredible array of options to tickle her fancy, or to let you follow in Michelle’s classic footsteps of style.

Our selection of sapphire statement earrings range in size and price, but as we hand-select each piece, we do so with recognition of the sapphire jewelry’s beauty and craftsmanship. You can be certain that our sapphire earrings will not only turn the heads of others, but keep yours nodding in constant approval.

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Browse our site for plenty of statement sapphire and ruby jewelry to cover your ears, neck, and even your wrists in lavish, precious beauty. Our sapphire and rubies are some of the rarest gemstones in the world, set in to the finest of jewelry.

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What is aTennis Bracelet?

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It was at the 1987 U.S. Open that women’s champion Chris Evert made her mark on the history of jewelry.  Before that fateful day, the diamond bracelet Chris Evert was wearing was known as an In Line bracelet with diamonds or colored gemstones set in a single line. When during a match Chris Evert’s bracelet clasp came undone sending her diamond bracelet flying; Evert made history by calling for a time out so that she could search the court. Since that day, the in line bracelet was known as a tennis bracelet.

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In the old days, and we’ll call the old days anything before 1990, the proper attire for a tennis court was all white clothing, including accessories such as Chris Evert’s diamond tennis bracelet. But alas, times have changed and whether you’re on the tennis court or in a business meeting a colorful sapphire tennis bracelet is now not only acceptable, but encouraged…or at least we encourage it! When you think of all the possibilities for sapphire’s color and variations in tone and saturation; the thought of a plain old diamond tennis bracelet becomes one of boredom. When you choose to purchase a sapphire tennis bracelet, the excitement has only just begun.

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The sapphire tennis bracelet fits in with the stackable rings that are ever so popular today. More than one can be worn at a time, and with the range of sapphire colors you can create a different look every day. Combine your sapphire tennis bracelet with gold or silver bangles for a mixed look of colored gemstones and spiraling metals, or wear a tennis bracelet on each wrist as a statement of elegant simplicity. Growing in popularity are the rainbow sapphire tennis bracelets that mix the varying color sand tonal ranges of both heated and natural untreated sapphires. For a Valentine’s Day gift, consider a ruby tennis bracelet, or one with vivid pink sapphires and diamonds.

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As you can see, we have a large selection of ruby and sapphire tennis bracelets, as well as some larger sapphire bracelets in case the statement you’re trying to make isn’t so simple.  Can’t find what you’re looking for? Give us a call and speak to one of our Graduate Gemologist Salespeople who will be happy to assist you in the custom design of your very own sapphire tennis bracelet.

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