SAPPHIRE is the birthstone for the month of September. Sapphires actually come in rainbow of colors - as pictured above in a RAW state- although BLUE is the most commonly recognized color. Sapphires are thought to protect loved ones from envy and harm. They resonate royalty and romance and in the middle ages many thought sapphires attracted heavenly blessings. Now they are more commonly associated with truth and sincerity. Sapphires are found in many places including: Sri Lanka, Thailand, Cambodia, Burma, Kasmir, Australia, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, China and the US.
Q has an entire collection that features the striking characteristics of the sapphire. It is called the ECLIPSE COLLECTION. This collection derived from being awe-struck with stones and meeting a woman wearing a necklace composed of slices of natural sapphires. To read more about the birth of the Eclipse Collection visit QEVON.com - Inspirations. Here are a couple of Q's Sapphire, ECLIPSE COLLECTION jewelry designs. To see a more of Q's beautiful sapphire portfolio visit the ECLIPSE COLLECTION.
Medieval clergy wore sapphires to symbolize heaven, while commoners thought the gem attracted heavenly blessings. - See more at: http://www.americangemsociety.org/september-birthstone#sthash.vlCwuG65.dpuf
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