The present trend has made Natural Gemstones a hot cake with Jewelry Manufacturers in India (Jaipur) that's why we are providing various Precious and Semi Precious Gemstones at Chordia Jewels. And Pink Sapphires is one of the popular gemstone that belonging to the exquisite and premium Sapphire family, is one of the most famous gemstones all across the world. Though typically believed to be Blue, sapphires are now also found in attractive colors like orange, purple, pink, yellow, and others. Out of all available colors, Pink Sapphires Stone have a massive fetish amongst wearers. These stones belong to the corundum clan of minerals and that is from where they derive these shades. Owing to the mesmerizing deep pink hue Pink Sapphires are a hot favorite for jewelry lovers. And because of its hardness, it is widely accepted in industries like electronics, watches, LEDs, and other insulator building industries.
Pink Sapphire Gemstones are found both naturally in form of buried deposits and also developed in labs. Natural deposits are found in various parts of the world ranging from Australia, United States to India, Tanzania, Sri Lanka, Russia, and Cambodia among others. The naturally occurring uncut diamonds are preferred for jewelry making whereas, lab-grown crystals are used for other industrial uses. The mined stones are eventually subjected to heat treatments to enhance their color and clarity according to market requirements. Untreated stones are very rare to find and can come immensely costly.
It is practically impossible for a newbie to be able to differentiate between Natural Pink Sapphires and Rubies given their almost same colors. Both the stones have color shades like dark magenta, deeper pink, light pink, and also purplish shades. And this because of the chromium content. Both have corundum traces but the more the corundum content, the darker the color red. And the stone is then classified to be a Ruby. On the other hand, crystals with lower corundum that are more pinkish are treated as pink sapphires. This is not a well-written agreement but a more common parlance theory.