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Our Selection

What types of sapphires are commonly available?

Our most popular sapphires are between 5 and 8 mm and are round, cushion or oval. We also have different shapes and sizes available by special order. Our sapphires also come in a broad range of colors including yellow, orange, green, light blue, teal, white, purple, green and pink. Any piece with diamond side stones can also be replaced with sapphire side stones. Please contact us regarding the options below, or to check on additional availability and selection.You can also use any cleaner that is specifically designed for use with jewelry.

Round Oval Cushion
  • 5 mm
  • 5.5 mm
  • 6 mm
  • 6.5 mm
  • 8 x 6 mm
  • 6 x 6 mm
  • 8 x 6 mm

Synthetic Options

Are synthetic sapphires the same as natural sapphires?

Brilliant Earth
offers sapphires
in a wide range of
colors, shapes, and

Synthetic sapphires share the same chemical and optical properties as natural sapphires but originate in a laboratory. Synthetics are easily grown, but are also easily identified by growth markings and characteristically circular color zonings. Most lab-grown sapphires also have air bubble growth pockets not found in natural sapphires. The color of lab grown sapphires is a consistent shade of vivid medium blue that does not exhibit any modifying hues, like green or violet. They are a great alternative to natural sapphires and are available at lower prices. Brilliant Earth offers synthetic sapphires in a range of size and shapes. Please contact us for additional information.



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