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Sapphire Earrings

Welcome to Rocks & Co. Sapphire earrings collections! As gemstone connoisseurs and quality jewellers, we have some favourite gems at Rocks & Co., including our unending love affair with Sapphire jewels. Sapphire earrings and jewels feature one of the “Big 4” most sought-after gems in the world (which also include Diamond, Ruby and Emerald).  In fact, Sapphire jewels have been popular for over 2,500 years and are the rarest precious blue gem of all. When shopping for Sapphire earrings please know that in addition to the well-known, rare and precious blues, this corundum comes in many colours of the rainbow, so called 'fancy Sapphires'. Our online store currently has over twenty-five hundred Sapphire earrings and jewels to choose from, including unheated Peacock Sapphire stud earrings in silver, unheated Padparadscha stud earrings in gold, Padparadscha and Diamond drop earrings in gold, Sapphire and Diamond earrings, blue Ethiopian Sapphire gold dangle earrings, and art deco-inspired pink Ceylon Sapphire earrings in gold by Molloy. Sapphire is the second strongest gem, at 9 on the Mohs scale of hardness and the birthstone of all of the lucky babies born in September. Maybe a pair of yellow Sapphire & Diamond earrings as a gift yourself or your favourite September babe. The ancient gem was long ago thought of as a gift from the heavens because of its intense colour so be divine with a pair of 'celestial' Sapphire earrings from Rocks & Co.!

Sapphire Stud Earrings

As you peruse the internet for Sapphire stud earrings you will see a wide range of style, prices and quality. How do you know when a gem is genuine and the design top quality? At Rocks & Co. we are gemstone nerds and love sourcing high-quality gems at great prices, which we pass on to the customer. Blue Sapphire stud earrings, pink Sapphire stud earrings, White Sapphire stud earrings and more set in yellow, white or pink gold as well as sterling silver. If you are looking for a well-priced “Sweet Sixteen” present or a bigger investment for an anniversary gift, all can be found at Rocks & Co. Sapphire and fancy Sapphire stud earrings can be a lux player in the multi-piercing trends and easily mix with Diamond and other white or fancy gems. When enjoying the multi-piercing trends, a smart constant would be the precious metal choice, for example all white metals of white gold and silver or multiple Sapphire Gold stud earrings in yellow or pink gold.

Sapphire & Diamond Earrings

Sapphire and Diamond earrings combine two of the most valuable and strong gemstones known. Sapphire and Diamond earrings or fancy Sapphire and Diamond earrings are a gorgeous investment. The jewels set in gold, and you have the perfect trifecta of precious jewel beauty, value and collect-ability.

Blue Sapphire Earrings

The name Sapphire refers to Blue Sapphire. Making Blue Sapphire Earrings a bit redundant. When referring to the rainbow of coloured Sapphires they are named individually after their colour, or more simply as 'fancy' Sapphires. So, shopping tip for the day: when looking for blue Sapphire earrings simply search for Sapphire earrings. Sapphire earrings feature the rarest and most valuable of all of the blue gemstones in the world. Sapphire gems mineral makeup is corundum, a crystalline form of aluminium oxide. The other gem with this chemical makeup is Ruby.  At Rocks & Co., you can filter blue Sapphire earrings in general or get more specific with type and origin of gemstone, for example, Burmese Sapphire earrings or Laos Sapphire earrings. Just like the blue skies, blues came in many different hues and variations. Ethiopian Sapphire is a new and welcome blue Sapphire discovered in 2017 in Tigray, Ethiopia. This gem boasts blue hues ranging from light to dark to an incredible deep violet and is mined artisanal but with a large yield. Blue Star Sapphire Thai Blue Star Sapphire displays a phenomenon called asterism, where intersecting needle-like inclusions cause a silky bright star effect on these beauties when cut into cabochons. Blue Star Sapphire earrings and jewels set in gold or sterling are stunning in any season. Ceylon Sapphire (Sri Lanka) are known for their intense royal blues, cornflower blues. The region is one of the most famous for producing these and many other valuable gemstones. Laos Sapphire is mined in the Bokeo Province of what is known as the Golden Triangle. The hue range of this gem is medium to deep blue. There is a petite amount of black, yellow and green Star Sapphires coming out of this region as well. Burmese Sapphire (Myanmar) is one of the rarest of this collectable gem. The hue is a deeply saturated royal blue. Kanchanaburi Sapphire is an incredibly beautiful gem that is twilight to violet-hued.  It is mined in the Kanchanaburi province of Thailand. Mozambique Sapphire comes in a rainbow of colours in addition to intense blues. Mozambique has a long history of trade and the region is known for its bounty of gemstones.

Sapphire Earrings in Gold

Sapphire earrings in gold, a.k.a. Sapphire Gold Earrings, are a natural pairing of one of the most valuable precious gems with one of the most precious metals on earth into one jewel. Sapphire is the rarest of blue gems, but the corundum-derived gem also comes in many 'fancy' colours of the rainbow.  In the Rocks & Co. online shop, as well as on our TV auctions, you will find Pink Padparadscha Gold earrings, Ceylon Sapphire gold earrings, Star Sapphire Gold earrings, and more.

White Sapphire Earrings

White Sapphire earrings feature the transparent, almost Diamond-clear, version of this precious gemstone. White Sapphire can be set in white, yellow or pink gold as well as sterling silver depending on the budget.

Drop Sapphire Earrings

Sapphire Drop earrings feature one of the more sensual gemstone cuts and earrings designs. Teardrop and pear-shape drops refer to a pendulous shape. Teardrop Sapphire earrings can stand alone or are set in a halo of smaller white stones in many designs. There are round 'drop Sapphire earrings' as well. The shape is more like a spherical candy drop. Both drop Sapphire earring designs are very flattering because of the shape and the swing they have from the earlobe. As my mother used to say, quoting Satchmo, 'It doesn't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing'. When multiple gems are added in a row lengthening the design we have dangle earrings and when even more links and gem-set extensions are included, the jewels join the 'chandelier earring' style and category. Most gemstone drop earrings swing, dangling from the finding. There is a movement to drops in nature, art and design.
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