Second to only diamond in hardness when it comes to white colourless natural stones, this lesser renowned stone is a rising star in the jewellery industry with larger clean gemstones fetching top dollar from renowned mines. White sapphires are colourless, with a high refraction index that can often be mistaken as diamonds. However, White sapphires carries a natural blueish tone with some natural white sapphires carrying hues of pink, yellow, blue and greenish tones, making the selection of pure white sapphires a tough process to only showcase pure white sapphires that reflects brilliantly in natural day light.
A rising star in the gemstone industry used in myriad of designer and precious jewellery. White Sapphires are growing in collectability and trend making it a highly desirable addition to any collection. Almost every gem lover have diamonds in their collection, but boasting having unique pieces from white sapphires almost stands on and surprises fellow gemstone lovers and can often become a conversational starter.
Viktor Alexander specializes in sourcing and cutting various hues of sapphires from ethically and credibly mines to ensure that gemstones used within our products are conflict free and ethically produced to international luxury standards. It is natural for gemstones to sometimes exude very minor inclusions not visible to the naked eye and is not considered a defect but part of the characteristics of natural mined gemstones. As every gemstone is natural, some minor colour variations might exist and should not be considered a defect.
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Found abundantly in Afghanistan, India, Russia and Chile, Lapis Lazuli exist naturally various shades of light and dark blue with the midnight blue being the most desirable with white calcite and accents of gold which is also known as pyrite. This stone is one of the oldest stones associated with ancient civilizations dating beyond 3000 years and traces of it can even be found in cave and wall paintings.
A relatively hard gemstone with a hardness of 5-5.5, Lapis is used to craft sculptures, clock bases, jewellery boxes to brooches and necklaces from the early 1700s. Today, this stone is used by some of the biggest Jewellery Maisons in some of their iconic necklaces, bracelets and rings, making it instantly recognizable among jewellery connoisseurs.
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