Sapphire and Diamond Ring
Yellow and green are also common colors for sapphires; their values are determined on the intensity and clarity of those colors. Another common color is pink. Chromium inside the sapphire creates the pink tone and the more chromium present in the stone, the pinker the sapphire appears.
There is a specific kind of sapphire called the padparadscha sapphire. It is extremely rare and found in Sri Lanka, Vietnam, and parts of East Africa. Its name is derived from the Sanskrit for “lotus color,” because this sapphire's color resembles the colors of the lotus flower.
Another rare sapphire is the color change sapphire. This sapphire appears to change colors when viewed in daylight and incandescent light. Some appear blue in natural light and appear purple in artificial light while others appear green in daylight and pink in incandescent light. Two impurities, chromium and vanadium, cause these color changes.
Pear Blue Sapphire and Diamond Wedding Ring
Blue Sapphire and Diamond Pendant
Graduated Blue Sapphire Hoop Earrings
Simulated Diamond/Lab Grown Sapphire Stud Earrings