Blue Star Sapphire Jewelry

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For centuries the Blue Star Sapphire has been a symbol of old money and secret societies, and as a currency in some circles. Need to leave in a hurry? Just put a few Blue Star Sapphires in a bag and you can easily sell them in your new place for cash. 

From the ancient times of the Egyptians to now the Blue Star Sapphire has been an iconic gem. The beautiful Blue Star Sapphire is showcased in many types of jewelry, so here's a selection ready for you to choose your favorite pieces. 

Blue Star Sapphire necklaces, rings, and earrings are showcased and there is even a selection of men's Blue Star Sapphire rings. The Blue Star Sapphire is a favorite gemstone of men for rings. Your man will love one! Buy Blue Star Sapphire jewelry via this page and Blue Star Sapphire gemstones as well! 

You're going to love this collection of Blue Star Sapphires! They make wonderful gifts, too. In a hurry? Click here for Beautiful Blue Star Sapphire Jewelry!

Blue Star Sapphire Rings

Blue Star Sapphire Rings for Women

Blue Star Sapphire jewelry is so beautiful it speaks for itself, so I have made the images large so you can see for yourself. But do pictures ever do sparkly shiny things justice? Rarely, just like the stones in all of these gorgeous Blue Star Sapphire rings.

True works of art! Stunning in White or Yellow gold. These are all real Blue Star Sapphires.

More Blue Star Sapphire Rings for Women

Many beautiful Blue Star Sapphire rings to choose from. These are a few of the different styles of rings available. Click on any photo for more choices!

Blue Star Sapphire Rings for Men

The Blue Star Sapphire is a favorite stone in men’s rings. It all goes back to that idea of Blue Star Sapphires being used as a type of money. An easy way to transport a little wealth. Just wear several rings with this expensive and beautiful stone nd you've got it made. Plus many bankers love it, for the same reason, it has always symbolized wealth. 

Blue Star Sapphire Necklaces

There are many beautiful Blue Star Sapphire necklaces! These are but a few of them! Click on any of the pendants to see more of them!

Blue Star Sapphire Earrings

Blue Star Sapphire Earrings are beautiful and dress up all your outfits. If you are a Blue fan, these are sure to be among your favorite earrings.

Even though these are "created" Blue Star Sapphires, they look as stunning as real ones, and since earrings are easy to lose, they might be an item that is best if it is man made. Then if you lose one, it's not a tragedy.


Blue Star Sapphire Gemstones

Buy a Blue Star Sapphire Stone and Have it Set

These are natural Blue Star Sapphire gemstones so they are quite costly, but if you want a real Blue Star Sapphire, these show 2 of the ones available. Click a photo to see more.

Blue Sapphire Jewelry

Featured Blue Sapphire Jewelry Set
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Eye Catching Blue Sapphire Jewelry. If you came here looking for Blue Sapphire jewelry instead of the Blue Star Sapphire, then you’re still in luck, as this is one of the many beautiful Blue Sapphire jewelry pieces available. Blue Sapphires in general are less expensive than Blue Star Sapphires and some people love them even more. Click on the photo to see more gorgeous Blue Sapphire jewelry.
Alluring Design Pear Checkerboard Shape Created Blue Sapphire Pendant Earrings Set in Sterling Silver Rhodium Finish.

Star of India
Famous Blue Star Sapphire

Famous Blue Star SapphireThe Star of India is a 563.35 carat (112.67 g) Star Sapphire, one of the largest such gems in the world. It is almost flawless and is unusual in that it has Stars on both sides of the stone. The Greyish Blue gem was likely mined in Sri Lanka and is housed in the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.

The milky quality of the stone is caused by the traces of the mineral rutile, which is also responsible for the Star effect, known as asterism. The tiny fibers of the mineral, aligned in a three-fold pattern within the gem, reflect incoming light into the Star pattern.

In 1900, wealthy financier J.P. Morgan donated the Star of India to the American Museum of Natural History on Central Park West in Manhattan. On October 29, 1964, the famous golf-ball-sized stone was stolen, along with several other gems of note, including the Midnight Star, the DeLong Star Ruby, and the Eagle Diamond. The thieves unlocked a bathroom window during museum open hours, climbed in that night, and found that the Sapphire was the only gem in the collection protected by an alarm – and the battery for that was dead. They raked up the stones and fled the same way they came in. The stones were valued at more than $400,000. Within two days, the notorious cat burglar, smuggler, and one-time surfing champion, Jack Murphy (also known as “Murph the Surf”), was arrested along with two accomplices, later receiving a three-year sentence. Some months later, the uninsured Star of India was recovered in a locker in a Miami bus station. While most of the other gems were also found, the Eagle Diamond was never seen again.

~Text and Photo from Wikipedia

Star of Bombay
Famous Blue Star Sapphire

Blue Star Sapphire
The Star of Bombay is a 182 carat (36.4 g) cabochon-cut Star Sapphire originating from Sri Lanka. The Violet-Blue gem was given to silent film actress Mary Pickford by her husband, Douglas Fairbanks. She bequeathed it to the Smithsonian Institution. It is the namesake of the popular alcoholic beverage Bombay Sapphire a British manufactured Gin.

~Text and Photo from Wikipedia

Star of Asia
Famous Blue Star Sapphire

Famous Blue Star SapphireThe Star of Asia is a large, 330 carat cabochon-cut Star Sapphire currently located at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.
The stone originates from the Mogok mines of Burma. The gem is noted for its significant size and is considered to be one of the largest of its type. It is also noted for its rich colour and clear Star. It is said to once have belonged to the Maharajah of Jodhpur. It was acquired by the Museum in 1961.

~Text and Photo from Wikipedia