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See also our pages displaying natural tourmaline crystals, natural blue sapphire gemstones, and our genuine blue sapphire jewelry.
We have genuine blue sapphire mineral specimens and crystals in matrix that were mined several different locations including large translucent blue sapphire crystals from Tanzania and some small gem grade blue sapphire crystals from Sri Lanka (Ceylon).
We have been hand-selecting our blue sapphire gemstones direct from the miners in Ceylon (Sri Lanka) since 1984, and we have a wide range of sizes & qualities in stock including GIA certified Ceylon blue sapphire collector gemstones weighing over 15 carats!
We also have a selection of natural blue sapphires that were mined in Thailand, in Australia, and in East Africa.
We also have some nice matching pairs of natural blue sapphire gemstones that are perfect for blue sapphire earrings.
We have a large variety of genuine blue sapphire jewelry items available set in 14 gold designs including blue sapphire rings, blue sapphire necklaces, blue sapphire earrings & and blue sapphire pendants:
Blue Sapphire Jewelry
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Blue Sapphire Jewelry
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