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Inclusions in blue sapphires from Sri Lanka:
Crystal - An inclusion of various species taking on the shape and size of its natural habit.
Cluster- A swarm or group of crystals usually consisting of chlorapatite.
Fingerprint - An inclusion that looks like a finger print usually consisting of trapped liquid.
Rutile - Also known as "silk" commonly seen in sapphires from Sri Lanka. This inclusion varies in appearance depending on its growth conditions; either by short fibrous shapes resembling "silk" or stalky prismatic black or brown crystals.
Needle - An inclusion in the shape of a needle usually consisting of rutile, bohmite or zircon.
Color zoning - Growth patterns in the sapphire crystal that appear straight or angular.
Every sapphire we have is a unique stone created by mother nature, which is cut and polished to show off that one stone's color and luster, bringing out the individual character of each gem. Once the sapphire is certified, we hand pick a unique custom ring setting to be made, which is then set by hand for that stone. It takes approximately 3 - 4 months from when a sapphire is hand picked to having the sapphire set and listed for sale at wholesale price. We do keep a wide selection of loose natural sapphires in stock which are not set, so please contact us if you have any questions on any one of our natural sapphire rings or a custom ring setting which you might be considering.
We own our offices in Sri Lanka were we personally travel to throughout the year to buy our natural Ceylon sapphires from both the mines & markets with support from our full time gem-broker their cutting out all the middle-men, this allows us to buy the finest sapphire at prices not matched by anyone. Our natural sapphire go from the mine to custom rings designed by us & made by our jewelers giving our customers both trade & private buyers unique custom sapphire rings at wholesale prices or less. Please contact us with any questions you have & see our page on “The Life of a Sapphire-http://www.sapphirerings.org/life-of-a-sapphire