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Sapphire Engagement Rings

Sapphires are the birthstone for September. The word "sapphire" comes from " sappheiros," a Greek term meaning "precious stone." Sapphires can be found as a natural stone, or can be created synthetically. Synthetically produced sapphires look so good even gemologists have trouble seeing the difference. The most popular sapphires are from Kashmir, Burma, and the Ceylon Mines. Blue is the most common color, however sapphires can be found in many different colors ranging from yellow and pink to orange and brown. These are known as fancy sapphires. These popular gemstones date back in history, however by the 20th century cornflower blue sapphires from the Kashmir mine came to the forefront as gorgeous center stones on fine pieces of antique and vintage jewelry. The Vintagediamondring.com has an extensive collection of beautiful one of a kind antique sapphire rings and jewelry.

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