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-September Birthstone

-Well-known member of the corundum group
-Available in a wide range of colors but commonly known for their blue to violet blue tones
-Sometimes demonstrates asterism yielding star sapphires
-Designated for the 5th and 45th wedding anniversaries
-Symbolizes clear thinking
Sapphires, like rubies, are members of the corundum family. They come in a wide range of colors but are most commonly known for their blue to violet blue tones. Sapphires are very durable, hard stones and are excellent for everyday wear. Additionally, they don't require special care. Increase interest in sapphires by displaying blue, fancy-colored, and star sapphires in your showroom. Yellow and pink sapphires have gained popularity in the last several years. Sapphires are widely available; however, fine quality stones may be more difficult to attain. The major sources for sapphires are Thailand, Burma, Kampuchea, Australia, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, and Africa.
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