About Blue Sapphire/Neelam Stone?
Blue sapphires stone is know as Neelam stone in Hindi, Blue Sapphire has a place with Corundum family. The shade of the blue sapphire is because of hints of iron and titanium. The most coveted shading in blue sapphire is an immaculate cornflower-blue.
Sapphire is one of the main four in prominence of jewels; Precious stone, Sapphire, Ruby, and Emerald. This is for the most part because of its magnificence, an assortment of hues and strength as a gems jewel. It is normally considered similar to a blue pearl, yet it is accessible in numerous different hues including blue-green, green, violet, purple, orange, yellow, brilliant, peachy pink, pink, dreary, and dark. Ruby is the red or a pinkish red assortment of Corundum. With a Moh’s hardness of 9.0 and no cleavage, it is an extremely tough pearl for adornments.
Sapphire is accessible from numerous areas around the globe. Some of these areas, similar to Cambodia, Ceylon, and Kashmir, are outstanding for their fine Sapphires.
Properties Of Blue Sapphire
Compound Structure: Al2O3 + Fe,Ti,Cr [Aluminum Oxide]
Particular Gravity (Thickness): 4.00
Refractive File: 1.762 – 1.770 DR