“Anything is possible with sunshine and a little pink.”
Of course, the award-winning fashion designer, Lilly Pulitzer was right, especially when it comes to this beautiful and dainty pink sapphire. Ethically mined from our mines in the Ilakaka region in Madagascar, this rectangular-shaped stone is 0.56 carats and supports the dimensions of 5.95mm by 3.52mm and has a pavilion depth of 2.80mm. Although small, it is quite neat and would make the perfect centre stone for an everyday ring which will mix with sunshine and make the impossible possible. The stone is eye clean, having microscopic clarity features which give the stone an added depth of personality and uniqueness. Our lapidarist has given the stone radiant cut pavilion facets in our family-owned lapidary in Sri Lanka. Their expertise allowing the maximum potential of the stone to be displayed. Of course, this also allows the wearer to adorn and glisten in the sunlight with a surrounding hue of pink!
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Identity: Natural Corundum var. Sapphire
Carat Weight: 0.56 Carats
Colour: In all forms of light this stone is pink in colour.
Clarity: In addition, this other-worldly Pink Madagascan Sapphire is Eye Clean.
Cut: This Pink Madagascan Sapphire supports a rectangular shape with a radiant cut pavilion.
What are the 4Cs: Gemological Institute of America – The 4Cs
Pretty Pink Sapphire
A PRETTY PARAGRAPH
Pink Sapphires have long been the second narrator in the story of sapphires. Working hand-in-hand with its close sibling the blue sapphire, the bubblegum delicacy in the current market is a coveted gemstone. However, before we discuss the end, we must first explore the beginning. So let’s explore: The Pretty Pink Sapphire.
THE TWO GIANTS OF PINK SAPPHIRE
Pink Sapphire Deposits exist all around the world, but the two giant pink sapphire deposits are Sri Lanka(Ceylon) and Madagascar. The former being the oldest producer of sapphires in the world, and the latter although younger is a close competitor for pink sapphires. Additionally, sapphires from each deposit have their own characteristics and iniquities.
The introduction of Madagascan sapphires into the gemstone market was approximately in the month of October in 1998. Additionally, the focus and development of the bare and barren land of the Ilakaka region, to a modern-day sapphire capital brought refreshed eyes to Pink Sapphires. The Ilakaka region is now synonymous with pink sapphires. A characteristic of sapphires from the region especially pink is having microscopic dust inclusions within the stones. This clarity feature of Madagascan origin sapphires is less on better stones from the region. Despite this, stones that do have these features, surprisingly to the naked eye, could be placed on a pedestal. Remember, although the region is a large producer of pink corundum, it also produces sapphires of a variety of hues and saturations. (Read more on Sapphires of Madagascan Origin)
5.95 x 3.52 x 2.80