Loose Sapphires Atlanta | Loose Sapphires in Atlanta in a shimmering rainbow of colors, Blue Sapphires, Yellow Sapphires, or Pink Sapphires. Loose Sapphires
Loose Sapphires in Atlanta | If you're looking for a beautiful Loose Sapphire in Atlanta . . . you've found a source like no other.
Atlanta Loose Sapphires Suppliers | We often buy our colored gemstones directly from those who mine them. In one case, we took a rough brownish green tanzanite that was brought to us from a mine in Tanzania and cut it into a sparkling oval gem. Then, through a near miraculous process, we unlocked its magnificent purplish-blue brilliance. It is unlikely that you will encounter another dealer with more experience or resources in the world of colored gemstones than The Ross Jewelry Company in Buckhead. And . . . that is where the magnificent platinum sapphire and diamond ring below was designed and created.
Loose Sapphires Atlanta Expert | Sapphires are a colored gemstone variety of Corundum. Sapphires are said to be the celestial colored gemstone and have been treasured for thousands of years. One supplier of sapphires says the ancient Persians believed that the earth rested on a giant sapphire and its reflection colored the sky. Sapphires are found in beautiful array of colors. Among these, the incredible colors of the heavens: from midnight blue to the bright blue of noon sky in Atlanta, golden sunrise to fiery reddish-orange of Southern sunsets, and the delicate violet of twilight of a Georgia mountain evening. Fine sapphires are a deep rich blue. &bnsp;Some the most famous and valuable sapphires are a rich intense blue, a truly royal blue hue.
Atlanta Loose Sapphire Dealer | Sapphires, the birthstone for September, have long symbolized truth, sincerity, and faithfulness. Tradition holds that Moses was given the Ten Commandments on tablets of sapphire, making sapphires the most sacred of colored gemstone varieties. Because sapphires represent divine favor, they were the gemstone variety of choice for kings and high priests. The British Crown Jewels are full of large blue sapphires, the symbol of pure and wise rulers. Many people know that when Prince Charles chose a sapphire engagement ring for Princess Diana, couples all over the world were inspired to revive this venerable tradition and have chosen fine blue sapphires. Now, that tradition continues . . . and with the very same ring. Prince William has engaged Kate Middleton with his mother's ring, a touching and romantic gesture.
Loose Sapphires Sources | Sapphires come from Sri Lanka, Thailand, Australia, and Cambodia. Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, China, Vietnam, Madagascar, and the United States also produce some sapphires.
You are also invited to contact us at The Ross Jewelry Company in Atlanta with any question about Loose
Sapphires, Emeralds, or Rubies or any of the colored gemstone varieties.