The term “sapphire”, often refers to blue corundum, although there are sapphires ranging from pink to yellow to black and white.
The Greeks already knew the sapphire in 480 BC, which they imported from Sri Lanka, hence the fame of the “Sapphires of Ceylon”.
Since then, many cultures have adopted it, such as the Catholic Church for whom the celestial color of sapphire represents a closeness to the kingdom of God. In Asia, Buddhists dedicate the stone to the gods, guide in meditation and bearer of peace and happiness.
Birthstone of September, sapphire has also become popular for engagement rings since Prince Charles offered a sapphire marquise adorned with diamonds to Princess Diana.

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