When most people think sapphires, a deep, roya blue comes to mind - like Princess Diana's (and now Kate Middleton's) engagement ring. The truth is, sapphires come in almost every color of the rainbow! How are there so many colors? Sapphires are made mostly of a mineral called corundum, and when corundum is mixed with one, or a blend of other elements, a new color is created naturally.
Keep reading for more about each sapphire color and why we love them.