Shape and cut are important to bring out the best in gemstones. Transparent gemstones are usually faceted and various cuts and shapes are used to maximize color, brilliance, luster and other optical properties. Diamond cuts were developed by Marcel Tolkowsky in 1919 to show off the beauty of diamond gemstones. Traditional diamond-cut gems are round brilliant cuts with 57 or 58 facets (58 with a culet) and are called "diamond cut" because the faceting style was developed to bring out the sparkle of diamonds. Therefore, if you are looking for sparkle in a sapphire, a diamond-cut gem is the right choice.
Sapphire, with its Mohs hardness score of 9, second only to diamond, is one of the most valuable and wearable of all gemstones. Famed for its brilliance and rich blue color, sapphire actually occurs in a wide range of colors, including pink, yellow and green. Natural sapphire gemstones may be used in various jewelry designs, from engagement rings to earrings. Our diamond-cut sapphire stones are available in various colors, such as blue, fancy pink, yellow, violet and white. Sapphire is every color of corundum except for red, which is ruby. The name corundum comes from the ancient Sanskrit "kuruvindam", while the name "sapphire" comes from the Persian word "safir". Sapphires are seen as the guardians of love. When given as a gift they enhance love and tune your spirits to one another. Also, sapphires have been used to banish envy and jealousy as well as promote fidelity in marriage. From this page, you can use our filters at the top or on the left-hand side to find diamond-cut sapphire gems by color and so on. For example, select 'blue' to see all of our blue diamond-cut sapphire gems. Also filter by single, pairs or lots by using the check boxes at the top. By using the top menu, you can search by carat weight, size, price, origin and other factors, to enable you to find the exact diamond-cut sapphire gems that you are looking for. All items are in stock and ready to be shipped.
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Many beautiful gems on the site. Love that you are actually shipped the gem that is shown in the photos. Also cool that they give a write up of each gem detailing hardness, characteristics, and best uses for mounting. Great site! Looking forward to seeing these gems in person.