Ceylon Sapphire – Light Blue – Pear – 1.98 Carats

$ 7,235.00

How can one find the first moment of love? When, in what instant, does the night’s dark sky become blue?

Despite this, you will truly find the first moment of love with this stone, a stunning pear-shaped sapphire, from our mines in Ceylon (Sri Lanka). The beautiful mixed cut, which the stone supports is in merit to our amazing lapidarists. The stone is 1.98 carats, making it an ideal stone for a stunning engagement ring. The dimensions of 9.89mm by 6.38mm and a pavilion depth of 4.25mm further support this stone and builds up a case for it. The beautiful and stunning eye clean clarity of this stone makes it both a rarity and a uniquity because of the microscopic inclusions within the stone. The stone has not undergone any treatments, increasing the envy of those who have stones which have been heat-treated. It’s completely natural, through and through.

So have a go and a shot at this natural blue pear-shaped beauty from Ceylon and trust us you won’t be disappointed.

Check out the VIDEO for this gorgeous gemstone!
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Details and Specifications

Identity: Natural Corundum var. Sapphire
Carat Weight: 1.98 Carats
Dimensions: 9.89mm x 6.38mm x 4.25mm
Colour: Light Blue
Clarity: Eye Clean
Cut: Pear, Mixed Cut
Origin: Sri Lanka(Ceylon)
Treatment: None

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Identity: Natural Corundum var. Sapphire
Origin: Sri Lanka(Ceylon)


Carat Weight: 1.98 Carats
Colour: In all forms of light this stone is light blue in colour.
Clarity: In addition, this other-worldly light blue Ceylon Sapphire is Eye Clean.
Cut: This light blue Ceylon Sapphire supports a Pear shape with a mixed cut pavilion.

What are the 4Cs: Gemological Institute of America – The 4Cs


Ceylon Sapphire


September is the month of the Sapphire. In the presence of such a great stone, a meta-analysis is not enough to cover the vast name “Sapphire”. Previously we introduced Sapphires based on their Origin: Madagascar and Ceylon(Sri Lanka). Therefore, at this stage, people require a micro-analysis for a deeper understanding of what we know as the Sapphire. Available in a wide range of colours; the Blue Sapphire is the most common type of Sapphire which the general populace knows. So much so, a widespread misconception is that: “Blue is the Only Color which Sapphires come in.”. Therefore, to inform and correct this general misconception, one must dwell more in-depth into the topic.


The meaning of the word Sapphire is the first confounding factor leading to the misconception above. The name sapphire derives from Latin “Saphirus” and Greek: “Sapheiros.” both of these words mean blue. Hence the mistake can substantiate itself and its origins. The exact discovery of Sapphires is unknown; however, around 800 BC A common belief by the ancient Persians was: the sky is blue because of the reflection of sapphires. Additionally, the stone was and still is also holy as considered by the Catholic Church. The colour of the heavens represents the heavens, was a common mantra in by some religions. There are countless examples of the association of the blue sapphire with otherworldly and religious entities.

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Additional information

Weight 100 g
Dimensions 19 × 26 × 4 cm



9.89 x 6.38 x 4.25

Carat Weight



Blue, Light Blue


Mixed, Pear


Eye Clean




Sri Lanka