Natural Lab Certified Unheated 3.28 Carat White Sapphire Stone


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The gemstone is a White Sapphire Stone, which originates from Sri Lanka. It is certified by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). The color of this stone is fancy vivid blue-green and it has a clarity grade of vvs1 with no visible inclusions or blemishes.
The name “Ceylon” comes from an ancient Sanskrit word meaning “the divine land”. The island was once known as “Sinhala Dweepa”, which means “Island of Lions”.

Durability is a very important factor when it comes to buying a gemstone. The durability of a stone can be determined by its Mohs Scale rating, which measures hardness on a scale of 1-10. The higher the number, the harder it is for other minerals or chemicals to scratch or damage your stone.
The Ceylon White Sapphire has been given an 8 out of 10 on the Mohs Scale Rating; this makes it one of the most durable types of sapphire available today! It will resist scratches from everyday wear and tear, but if you’re looking for something even more resistant than this then try our Lab Certified Unheated 3 Carat Natural Ceylon Pink Sapphire Stone which has been rated at 9 out 10 on the Mohs Scale Rating!

The oval shape is the most popular cut for this type of White Sapphire Stone, and it’s no wonder why. The oval shape allows for maximum light refraction, making the stone appear brighter and more luminous than other cuts. Additionally, the refractive index of a Ceylon white sapphire is 1.761-1.774–the highest among all other types of corundum (the mineral family to which rubies and sapphires belong). This means that when you look at this stone through a magnifying glass or loupe, you’ll see each individual facet reflecting light back at you in an incredible display of sparkle!

  • Certification:
    This stone has been certified by the Geological Institute of India, one of the most well-respected organizations in the world. This certification means that you can be sure that your sapphire is genuine and natural, not synthetic or treated in any way. It also guarantees that it’s a high quality stone with no visible flaws or defects.
  • Quality:
    The color of this sapphire is pure white; there are no noticeable traces of yellow or brown anywhere in it. Its clarity grade is eye clean (EF), meaning you can see through it without any problems at all–no cloudiness or other imperfections on its surface will affect how much light reflects off its facets when worn as jewelry! The cut grade given here is excellent; this means that each facet helps maximize both brightness and fire within your gemstone so that even though it’s small enough to fit into your palm comfortably when worn as jewelry (about 3 carats total weight), it still looks very impressive due to its high level craftsmanship.”

Additional information

Certificate Type


Stone Type

White sapphire

Stone Shape


Stone Weight

3Cts to 5Cts

Stone Color

Pale White

Stone Cut





Sri Lanka


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Who all can wear white sapphire?

The people who are born on Leo, Virgo and Gemini are favorable to wear white sapphire.

Which finger is best for white sapphire?

According to astrology, it is best suited for the ring finger which represents love, marriage and harmony in life. However, if you are born under Cancer sign then there are chances that your marriage may not work out well because this stone has negative effects on Cancer sign.

Are white sapphires good luck?

yes, because it is recommended for those who want to bring peace into their lives, as well as those who want to eliminate negative thoughts from their minds. White Sapphire is a gemstone that cleanses your aura, brings tranquility in life and gives inner energy for self improvement.

What can damage a sapphire?

Sapphire is an extremely hard, durable stone that doesn't require special care. The most common way that sapphires are damaged is by being scratched. Cleaning your sapphire properly can help protect it from damage.