Sapphires come in an array of colours, but blue is the shade traditionally associated with September. This month’s birthstone is believed to symbolise wisdom and good virtue, and over the centuries has been worn to protect against sorcery, bring spiritual enlightenment and promote inner peace.
A versatile stone, sapphire works both as a centrepiece to a sizeable cocktail ring – ultra-rare Kashmir sapphires are among the most valuable gemstones on earth – as well as in smaller sizes, like the pavé stones set on black titanium to add an edge of gothic glamour to these Faraone Menella earrings.
Click through the gallery to see our edit of the best sapphire jewellery for September birthdays.
18ct yellow gold, titanium and blue sapphire Firework earrings.
New Source : telegraph