Jyotsna Nitika. Diamonds. May 12th , 2017.
Sapphire are a type of the mineral 'corundum', which is an aluminum oxide. Their structure comprises hexagonal crystals of corundum, which makes them extremely hard. In fact, after diamonds, sapphires are the second hardest gemstones on Earth, being rated 9 on the Mohs scale. Trace elements such iron, copper, titanium, chromium, etc., present in their structures give sapphires their different colors, including blue, green, orange, purple, etc. White sapphire is the only one which has no trace element, and is thus considered pure.
If the stone doesn't suit you, do not worry. Wearing the stone won't harm you either. So, if you think you want to experiment and see how the stone affects you personally, then I think you must go for it.
In this chart, mm denotes the size of the diamond by height in millimeters, while ct signifies the number of carats included in the ring.
Here's the most beautiful and enchanting philosophy surrounding diamonds - the Greeks interpreted the fire of diamond as symbolic of the flame of eternal love! Man! I must say the Greeks were a majestically romantic lot! I guess this is where the association diamonds with love and passion comes from and that's how gifting diamonds to one's beloved and sealing the commitment of matrimony with diamond rings must have begun in the first place!
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