The luster and brilliance of Pink Sapphire speaks to a woman’s desire to feel glamorous and feminine.
From the soft embrace of pastel pink to the intensely passionate hot pink, no other color has the power to render men weak in the knees as a woman wearing pink. The luster and brilliance of Pink Sapphire speaks to a woman’s desire to feel glamorous and feminine. And with the rising demand for Pink Diamonds, Pink Sapphire gives customers a sparkling alternative. Select from heated Pink Sapphire or Natural (untreated) Pink Sapphire. Designs that juxtapose pastel Pink Sapphire against darker stones such as Onyx, Blue Sapphire or Emerald create a look that is appealing to those who seek classical designs. Pastel Pink Sapphire mixed with Diamond or Pearl are other combinations that exude feminine charm. Jewelry that showcases the vivid hues of Pink Sapphire is appealing to those who seek the glamorous style of the 1950s to 60s. Its vivacious color is also the picture perfect accent for Bohemian chic fashions and “mod” inspired designs, inspired by the late 1960s to early 70s fashion scene. We offer one-of-a-kind Sapphire in pink and other colors as part of the Black Box Gemstone® collection. View individual Black Box gems online at stuller.com.
Sapphires are rated “excellent” for everyday wear. Avoid exposure to heat and contact with chemicals. To clean, gently scrub with a soft toothbrush and a solution of mild dish soap and warm water, or clean in an at-home ultrasonic unit.
Properties & Reactions
H or N
Asterism, Color Change, Chatoyancy (very rare)
Poor - may sometimes improve color, but may cause loss of color