When most of us think of a sapphire, what colour comes to mind? Most likely the answer is blue. Dating as far back as the Roman Empire, sapphires have been purchased for its blue hue.
What most of us do not know is that sapphires come in a spectrum of colours and not just blue. In fact, of all the sapphires available for purchase worldwide, only about 10% are naturally colored (untreated) whereas about 90% of all sapphires showcased in jewelry stores have been treated in some way (generally to enhance colour and clarity). Unless verified by certification, almost all blue sapphires available for purchase worldwide have been altered by treatments in order to attain its intense colour.
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