MONTANA SAPPHIRE - THE MOST DAZZLING 'SOMETHING BLUE'

From dark cerulean to icy sea hues, there's a shade of blue gemstone for every bride wanting a piece of jewellery as her 'something blue', but none will give a dazzling sparkle quite like the Montana Sapphire.

Montana Sapphire

Montana Sapphires were discovered during the gold rushes of the 1860s along the Missouri River, in Montana, USA, by people searching for gold. The faceted stones produced an unrivalled rich, sparkling colour in natural light which quickly caught the eye of jewellers.

Montana Sapphires were discovered during the gold rushes of the 1860s along the Missouri River, in Montana, USA, by people searching for gold. The faceted stones produced an unrivalled rich, sparkling colour in natural light which quickly caught the eye of jewellers.

The value of the stones sky rocketed when Tiffany & Co. purchased a large amount of them in 1895, declaring them "sapphires of unusual quality".

Bindi Studs

 

SevenKingsStudio.com sells solid gold jewellery for everyday and occasion wear. It currently stocks earrings and pendants featuring Montana Sapphires that were and designed and manufactured in the UK.

Bindi Pendant

Lead Jewellery Designer, comments “Few stones provide such a brilliant interaction with light as a Montana Sapphire, it's an ideal touch of luxury for a bride that wants an elegant sparkle as her something blue. Sapphires are exceptionally hard and durable, so can be worn as an everyday piece, so needn't be packed away after the big day."

As well as Montana Sapphires, there are many other beautiful blue stones that make great choices for bridal jewellery, including; Aquamarine, Opal, Turquoise or even a rare blue diamond.

 

 

 

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