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2.03CT Natural Blue Sapphire

2.03CT Natural Blue Sapphire

Regular price $2,750.00 USD
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Stone Type   Natural Sapphire
Color  Cornflower Blue
Origin  Ceylon
Weight  2.03Ct
Dimensions  8.91x5.52x4.02mm
Shape  Radiant
Enhancement  Heated

Introducing a breathtaking natural blue sapphire gemstone that has been skillfully cut into a radiant shape to showcase its exceptional brilliance and beauty. This sapphire has undergone a heat treatment process to enhance its already striking cornflower blue color, resulting in a truly mesmerizing gemstone that is sure to captivate all who see it.

With its stunning clarity and impressive carat weight, this natural blue sapphire is a true treasure that will make a perfect addition to any jewelry collection. The radiant cut adds a contemporary touch to the gemstone, providing a modern look that is both sophisticated and versatile, suitable for a wide range of jewelry styles.

The heat treatment used to enhance the color of this sapphire is an industry-standard process that is widely accepted and respected. It is a safe and effective method to enhance the natural beauty of the gemstone without compromising its quality or durability.

This natural blue sapphire is a rare and exceptional gemstone that boasts a rich, cornflower blue color, making it an ideal choice for anyone seeking a distinctive and eye-catching gemstone. With its stunning radiance and unparalleled beauty, this gemstone is sure to become a cherished heirloom for generations to come.

* We also undertake jewelry orders and set the chosen stone in any bespoke jewelry. Stone could be set on any metal like Gold, Platinum, white, and Silver.
* Certificate will be provided on request
* We have many different shades and sizes of these types of stone which are bought in rough and cut especially by our team.


* We do not deal in synthetic sapphires, beryllium-diffused sapphires, or sapphires treated with any treatment method that is not accepted by the fine jewelry industry. The only kind of treatment our sapphires might be subjected to, where disclosed, is the standard heat treatment.

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