Yellow Sapphire Earrings - DC

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Yellow Sapphire Earrings

  1. What is a yellow sapphire? Yellow sapphire is a colored variant of traditional sapphire, which is usually blue. It is formed in a natural way and its color comes from the presence of small amounts of iron in the corundum crystal (raw material of sapphire). It can vary from pale yellow to intense golden yellow.
  2. How do I know if my yellow sapphires are genuine? Determining the authenticity of a sapphire may require the expertise of a professional gemologist. However, certain signs can indicate whether a sapphire is real, such as its hardness (9 on the Mohs scale), its density, or specific inclusions under a microscope. Additionally, synthetic sapphires may have parallel growth patterns visible under magnification.
  3. How do I take care of my yellow sapphire earrings? Sapphires are durable gemstones that hold up well to daily wear and tear. However, they must be cleaned carefully. Avoid harsh chemical cleaners. Instead, use warm soapy water and a soft toothbrush. Be sure to rinse and dry your jewelry thoroughly after cleaning.
  4. Are yellow sapphires as valuable as blue sapphires? The value of a sapphire depends on several factors such as cut, clarity, cut, color and origin. Generally, blue sapphires are considered more valuable, but a high quality yellow sapphire can be very valuable. Yellow sapphires without inclusions and with a beautiful golden color can fetch high prices.
  5. Where do yellow sapphires come from? Yellow sapphires are found in several regions of the world, including Australia, Madagascar, Tanzania, Sri Lanka, and the United States (Montana). Where a sapphire comes from can sometimes influence its value.
  6. What metals are best for yellow sapphire earrings? Yellow gold, white gold, and silver are all commonly used with yellow sapphires. Yellow gold can particularly bring out the warmth of yellow sapphire, while white gold or silver can create a beautiful contrast.
  7. Can you wear yellow sapphire earrings every day? Sapphires, including yellow sapphires, have a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale, making them tough enough for everyday use. However, they can still be scratched or damaged by a severe blow, so they should be handled with care.
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