Sapphire Pendant: Where Jewellery Meets Elegance
The earliest pendant was probably the tooth of an animal that had just been hunted down. Today, you don’t need to kill an animal to wear a beautiful pendant. Pendants are available in a variety of designs crafted using gold and other such metals with diamonds, rubies, sapphires etc. When it comes to gifting a piece of jewellery, whether it’s your sister or your girlfriend, pendants are always a safe bet. And, if you’re looking for a birthday gift for a September-born woman, take a look at our sapphire pendant designs.
Sapphire: Of Divinity and Colours
The sapphire stone has been popular with jewellery connoisseurs since the middle ages. The ancient Greeks believed that sapphire attracted divine energy and could help foretell the future while the Buddhists believed it had the ability to enlighten people. The Sapphire stone holds an important place in Hinduism as well. The term sapphire is said to have been derived from the Latin word ‘sapphirus’ – blue stone or the Sanskrit word ‘sanipriya’- dear to Saturn.
Though when you think of a sapphire the colour blue springs to mind, sapphires area available in other hues as well. The pink sapphire as seen in the Modern Glitz Pendant gets their delicate hue from trace elements of chromium. On the other hand yellow sapphires as seen in the Licorice Pendant get its colours from traces of iron.
Sapphires are hard stones that can be cut in many ways and are not prone to chipping or scratching. Thus when you buy sapphire pendant designs, you don’t have to wait for a special occasion to take them out but can wear them every day. The cut of a sapphire plays a large role in determining sapphire pendants prices. A round or oval cut as seen in the Princess Love Pendant for Kids and the Soika Pendant are probably the most common. Sapphires can also be cut in square and teardrop shapes such as the Wondrous Fusion Pendant and the Rajeshri Pendant. If you want a sapphire stone to look bigger than it is, choose the marquise cut as seen in the Kanshika Pendant.
What does your Sapphire Pendant Design Say?
In ancient times, sapphires have been associated with a number of qualities such as loyalty, integrity, and sincerity. In addition to this, the way they are set in a pendant design also says a lot about the wearer. Designs like the Modish Elegant Pendant speak of modernity while the Jayrani Pendant speaks of traditions. Similarly, the Floral Harmony Pendant speaks of innocence and romance while the Charmed Brilliance Pendant speaks of new age ideas. You don’t have to be over 18 to wear a sapphire pendant. Our range of pendants also includes designs like the Pretty Butterfly Pendant for Kids and the Marquise Pendant for Kids to cater to your little one’s style needs.
Buy Sapphire Pendants Online from BlueStone
Buying jewellery is no longer a stressful affair. All you need to do is browse through the designs on your smartphone or laptop and pick your favourites. However, there are a few things that make people hesitate about shopping online like ‘What if it doesn’t look good on me?’ We understand this and hence offer you the opportunity to try on a selection of Sapphire Pendant Designs at home before you make an investment towards them. When you shop from BlueStone, you can also customise your jewellery to fit your budget. For example, if a pendant you like is a little more expensive than you would like, you could have it made in 14kt gold instead of 18kt gold to reduce the price. We also run exclusive deals and offers on selected pieces. So shall we start shopping now?