Gem Story

Tradition holds that Moses was given the Ten Commandments on tablets of sapphire, making it the most sacred gemstone. Since ancient times, rulers wore the gem to protect them from envy and harm.

While blue is the most popular color for sapphires, they come in all colors including yellow, green, white, colorless, pink, orange, brown and purple. Other varieties include, ‘Padparadscha,’ the name of a rare orange-pink variety, color change, and star sapphires

Sapphire is also known as a “stone of prosperity”, attracting gifts of all kinds, and fulfilling dreams and desires. The gemstone restores balance within the body, bringing serenity and peace of mind. Sapphires are said to attract ones’ true destiny and mission in life.

Sapphire is the birthstone for September.