This unusual unheated sapphire exhibits a gorgeous color shift phenomenon. The color of the sapphire transforms from a slight violet blue to a medium deep blue.
This sapphire was discovered in Sri-Lanka, a country revered for their breathtaking sapphires. The stone has been cut as an oval, and weighs 3.35ct.
We invite you to stop in and experience this wonderful stone in person!
A note on unheated sapphires:
95% of all mined sapphires are heated to bring forth their color, something that has been done for hundreds of years. An unheated sapphire is very rare because its natural color is so beautiful that it does not need to be enhanced.
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