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Sapphire Jewellery

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Sapphire Jewellery

Find exquisite sapphire jewellery online and in store at Grahams.

Sapphire is often considered the most precious coloured gemstone in the world. Because of it’s extraordinary colour, the stone has long been sought after for use in gemstone jewellery.

The September birthstone comes in many forms, but most renowned is blue sapphire and deep natural black sapphire. Peach and pink sapphires make elegant alternatives to the stone’s chemical cousin, ruby. Grahams' sapphire pendants range displays the array of colours of the gemstone.

Absolute hardness makes sapphire perfect for all types of jewellery. You can emphasise natural beauty with luxurious sapphire rings and sapphire earrings. Or express your love through eternal sapphire engagement rings and sapphire necklaces.

Discover Grahams' vast fine range of sapphire jewellery today. Stop by one of our five store locations or browse online. Sparkle now and pay later with one of our various finance options available through Zip, humm, Afterpay, Laybuy and LatitudePay or Latitude Interest Free. Receive free shipping when you spend $69 or more.

For Sapphire Jewellery in Adelaide, Marion, Smithfield, West Lakes and Tea Tree Plaza, visit Grahams online or in store.

What does sapphire mean spiritually?

Sapphire symbolizes clear thinking and wisdom. The vibrant gemstone has also always been closely linked to royalty and romance. Historically, Ancient Greeks used sapphires as a form of protection and many other cultures shared spitiual connection with the stone.

What is the rarest gem?

Many of the rarest gems in the world can be found in remote, specific locations. For example, Kashmir sapphires are only found in the Zanskar range in the Himalayas. These sapphires have a blue velvet appearance and epitomise a perfect stone.

Where are sapphires found?

Sapphires are found in the Kashmir region of southern Asia, Myanmar (formerly Burma), Sri Lanka, Thailand and Australia.