Gemstone Spotlight: September Sapphires
When most people think of sapphire they think of the characteristic deep blue ocean color ala "The Heart of the Ocean" in Titanic or the famous blue sapphire engagement ring, worn both by Princess Diana and now Princess Kate. While the blue sapphire color is incredibly beautiful, sapphires come in many different colors: almost every color of the rainbow!
Sapphires are in the corundum family along with rubies. The gem derives its name from the Greek sappherios meaning blue. Blue sapphires are the most common and are traditionally associated with wisdom, royalty, divine favor and celestial guidance. It is the stone of integrity. Many cultures prefer a sapphire engagement ring because the stone signifies, loyalty, commitment, honesty, mutual understanding and trust. Associated with the throat chakra, blue sapphire is beneficial to the thyroid and stimulates free expression, speech and communication.
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