Blue Sapphire is the birthstone for those born in September. Blue Sapphire is said to come with a bunch of benefits – boosts metabolism, protect from negative energies, sound mental health, improves digestion, calm the mind and heart and many such health benefits.
Blue Sapphire is quite a popular gemstone since Kate Middleton and Prince William’s marriage. It is known as Neelam in Hindi. But what’s more interesting about this gemstone is, it is available in several shades i.e. Orange, Yellow, Pink, Green, Purple and ofcourse Blue. It belongs to mineral clan corundum.
The Blue Sapphire for September Borns collection is a big assembly of earrings, rings, pendants, bands, necklaces and bracelets. The jewellery is made up of White Gold/ Yellow Gold, Blue Sapphire gemstone, Diamond and Pearl. These products are available for men and women.
Blue Sapphire Rings
The earrings contain beautiful daily wears (ex. Sienna Blue Sapphire Earring, Josephine Blue Sapphire Earring, etc.) and party wear (ex. Maisie Blue Sapphire Earring, Liliana Blue Sapphire Earring). You can also pickup an engagement ring for your man (Dhanishta Blue Sapphire Band, Divena Blue Sapphire Band) or lady (Slyvana Blue Sapphire Ring, Dishita Blue Sapphire Ring) from Candere’s Blue Sapphire for September Borns collection.
The Sharlene Blue Sapphire Ring looks somewhat like Kate Middleton’s ring which was once worn by Princess Diana. Other rings which resembles a celebrity ring (Jessica Simpson) is Isabela Blue Sapphire Ring or Kristianna Blue Sapphire Ring.
Blue Sapphire Price
The Blue Sapphire for September Borns collection starts from Rs. 8500 (approx.). Once you cross the Rs. 10,000 mark, you can start availing the EMI option on the products. You can also customise the gold of your choice and get your jewellery engraved (from any budget) without additional charges.
Candere makes it a point to deliver authentic, certified gemstone and diamond jewellery. Each and every Solitaire diamond ring is stamped by IGI, GIA and BIS Hallmarking. As a concerned seller, Candere advices you to always ask for an invoice as well as a certificate to accompany your jewellery.