Into the Blue
Into the Blue
Want to invest in a blue gemstone but unsure which one is best? The color blue, and its numerous tints found in jewels, exude a sense of royalty and refinement. Blue resembles the color of the sky and waters, which are associated with stability, intelligence, inspiration, freedom, and imagination. When you desire something more than a diamond, it's the perfect way to elevate your image. Getting the blues doesn’t have to be a sad thing!
Sapphire is the world’s most popular blue gemstone, loved for its deep blue, mysterious color and resistance to damage. Many love these stones who desire something different than a diamond for their engagement ring!
Sapphire is the birthstone for September and the gem of the 5th and 45th anniversaries.
Topaz’s blue color rarely occurs naturally; the stone is almost always treated to turn it blue or deepen its blue color. Along with its naturally large crystals, this is why it's possible for large topaz stones to be set in jewelry at affordable prices.
Blue topaz is the birthstone for December and the gem of the 4th anniversary.
One of the oldest stones used for jewelry, turquoise has long been prized for its vivid sky blue and blue-green color. Turquoise is also often found with black inclusions that run through the stone like veins.
Turquoise is the traditional birthstone for the month of December and the gem of the 11th anniversary.
Aquamarine is often found in large crystals which makes it possible for large stones to be cut, polished, and set into jewelry. This gemstone is favored for its light blueish-green shade and durability.
Aquamarine is the birthstone for March and the gem of the 19th wedding anniversary.
The color blue is quite beautiful and gemstones within this color range are becoming more and more popular. Now that you’ve learned a little more about different types of blue gemstones let’s go shopping!