6.45ct Australian teal green colour change to purple grey, round
The colour of this sapphire is exceptionally rare, and at this size its unique. In natural light and most in-door lighting this sapphire is a lovely medium toned teal/green, however under certain artificial white light it changes to a grey/purple or a mix of teal and purple. Not only does this sapphire colour change in white light, it also fluoresces red in Ultraviolet light. This sapphire would suit a collector of gemstones or someone looking for an heirloom bespoke piece of jewellery. Our qualified designer has a number if wonderful ideas that could be considered.
Sapphires are the second hardest natural gemstone after diamond. Hardness is very important if the piece is to be warn daily, as in the case with an engagement ring. Sapphires are one of the few gemstones suitable for this purpose and Australian sapphires are some of the worlds best. If this sapphire is not exactly what you are after or if you have other requests please contact us as we have a vast collection and a wonderful group of miners who toil day in day our looking for more of these enchanting and enduring crystals.
This sapphire was fully certified by Spectra Gem Laboratory. Report No: 354
Three complimentary hours of design time with our qualified jewellery designer
These are photos of the actual gemstone you will receive.
If you choose to take the piece loose or view it in your own home before returning for manufacturing it will come beautifully packaged in a sustainably grown timber gem box. Some of our customers have actually proposed this way, with the loose gem in our nice box. Then both partners can be involved in the design and manufacturing of the piece. A thoughtful way to start the next chapter of your lives together.
Ethically sourced, from a small family mine in Queensland, Australia
Expertly cut in Queensland, Australia
Our Returns policy applies to this gemstone if sold loose.