We have put together some of the most interesting and impressive unique and rare sapphire colors to provide a better understanding of the incredible appeal of all sapphire colors. Follow below to the individual pages to learn more about these extraordinary sapphire colors.
Hard to believe until you see them in person, color-change sapphires are a wonder to behold. Learn all about these special, natural creations that can satisfy the love of two colors in one stone!
These beauties contain two colors visible to the naked eye as a result of color zoning. Discover the range of colors possible for bi-color sapphires and the composition of the most rare and valuable ones.
Beautiful alternatives to pink, purple and violet sapphires exude a royal quality in their deep hue and tone. Learn just what makes these two colors distinct and the range of hues that embody a powerful and luxurious feel.
Peach sapphires are experiencing an incredible rise in popularity as a very economical alternative to padparadscha sapphires. Delicate and subtle, peach sapphires are seem to shine with a golden quality you can’t resist!
Combining two lovely sapphire hues, the purplish-pink sapphire gemstone is truly stunning to behold. From deeper and darker hues up to lighter and softer hues, these stones can please anyone.
Many consider these sapphires to be a sub-category of padparadscha sapphires and rubies because they exhibit such an intriguing blend of reds, pinks, and orange hues. Perfect for any type of jewelry you want to stand out!
One of the most difficult to find in their natural and untreated state, orange sapphires are often treated with extreme heat to produce a vibrant orange color. So when you find an untreated one, it’s absolutely one of a kind!
Green is a very rare color for sapphires ranging from a light pastel or leafy green to a deeper olive green with yellow tones. An excellent opportunity to find a rare and lovely sapphire before the rest of the world does.
These special sapphires have exploded on the scene, which means you have probably definitely heard of Montana sapphires. These unique colors come in a range of hues and are mined in the only sapphire region in the U.S.
These unique sapphire colors take you back to an earthy appeal with their deep, luxurious hues. Learn how important cut is for these beauties and just how rare they are as a sapphire color.