How to Choose Best Blue Sapphire(Neelam Stone).

The sapphire is a natural stone that will come in many colors – pink, yellow sapphire, purple & orange– but most sapphires are blue. Blue sapphires, which is the birthstone of September month, It can be of varying shades, from mid-blue to nearly black. Sapphires are famous not only to their beauty, but for their durability also; the one harder gemstone is the diamond. When deciding to buy blue sapphire stone, you should become well-versed in choosing quality sapphires.

How to choose blue sapphire

Decide if you would like to get a natural or lab-created sapphire. In the event that you choose an all natural stone, ask if it’s been heat-treated. Natural stones are occasionally transformed in this real way to improve the looks of the sapphire.

Look at stones of various colours of blue :- Because the tones of blue sapphires vary so greatly, there is very no standard for color. Stones can have violet or greenish undertones.

In the event that you check out a sapphire by having a magnifying glass and find out no inclusions, you should think it isn’t a natural stone. High-quality sapphires haven’t any inclusions that are obvious to the nude eye.

Choose the tone you prefer best:-  “Tone” identifies how dark the stone is. The most effective blue sapphires have medium to medium-dark shade.

A guideline is a sapphire shouldn’t be so dark that you can’t say it is blue, and it will not be so pale that a person cannot discern if it’s a sapphire or a different type of blue natural stone that is lighter in color.

Examine the sapphire’s saturation, or strength of color:- Blue Sapphires of poorer quality shall be grayish. The saturation of a superior quality sapphire is strong or even vivid.

Observe the clearness of the sapphire :- Sapphires can have many inclusions and cannot be as clear as diamonds.

Check the cut of the blue sapphire stone : – Top quality, well-cut sapphires must have symmetry, balance, and uniformity when seen from any position. Look the stone from the comparative area, bottom and top. Inspect for areas in the stone that appear watery or uneven in color.

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