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Gemstone of the Month: The Blue Sapphire
 

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    • Gemstone of the Month: The Blue SapphireSeptember babies, do you know your birthstone? Almost certainly, considering that you are aVirgo and recognized to be depth-oriented. Its the blue sapphire, one of the most regal of allgemstones. Of training course, you dont have to be born in September to get pleasure fromthe deep historical past and beauty of blue sapphires. The royal stone is really worthrealizing-and wearing-by any enthusiast of gemstones. Listed here are 15 more details aboutsapphires.1. In addition to the birthstone for September, sapphires are also the gemstone for forty fifth marriage anniversaries.2. The blue sapphire is named following the Greek phrase sapphirus, which signifies blue.3. Blue sapphire is a selection of the mineral named corundum, the exact same mineral that rubies occur from.4. Sapphires are second only to diamonds in hardness when in comparison on the Mohs scale of hardness.5. Sapphires come in numerous colours, but the most useful and in need are typically a deep blue.6. Some well-known sapphires contain the Star of India, the Star of Asia, the Logan Sapphire and the Lone Star.7. The historic Greeks thought sapphires ended up a symbol of wisdom and purity.8. Sapphires are also a image of fact, sincerity, faithfulness, passionate adore and eternal devotion which can make them a common option for marriage ceremony rings.9. The historic Persians believed the Earth was supported by a huge sapphire and its reflection gave the sky its blue hue. The Persions also thought the blue sapphire to be a magical talisman capable of healing.10. According to Jewish midrash, Moses was offered the Ten Commandments on tablets of sapphire that had been carved from blue sapphire gemstone the throne of God, creating them the most cherished gemstone.11. In the Bible, Exodus chapter 24 reads: Then Moses went up, also Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Israel, and they saw the God of Israel. And there was below his ft... a paved function of sapphire stone, and it was like the extremely heavens in its clarity.12. Sapphires wealthy blue coloration and which means has prolonged been linked with royalty, usually the gem of option of kings, emperors and clergy.13. The late Diana, Princess of Wales, famously selected a blue sapphire and diamond ring for her engagement to Prince Charles. The selection was criticized simply because Princess Diana selected the ring out of a substantial-finish English jewelry catalog instead of having a ring custom made manufactured.14. Princess Dianas engagement ring enjoyed a large resurgence in popularity right after Prince William proposed to Kate Middleton with his mothers ring.15. During each weddings, reproductions of Princess Dianas ring turned so well-liked with the community that it became identified as "the commoners ring."