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September Birthstone: Sapphire

For those born in September, sapphire is the birthstone. This beautiful gemstone is known for its stunning blue colour and is believed to possess mystical properties. This blog post will explore the history, symbolism, and physical properties of sapphire.

The September Sapphire Birthstone Beaded Necklace.

History of Sapphire

Sapphire has been a cherished gemstone for thousands of years. The ancient Persians believed that the earth rested on a giant sapphire, and that the blue colour of the sky was a reflection of its beauty. The Greeks believed that sapphire had the power to protect against evil spirits, while the Egyptians associated it with truth and wisdom. In the Middle Ages, sapphire was believed to bring inner peace and promote a connection with the divine.

Symbolism

Sapphire is often associated with protection, truth and soul. It is said to promote mental clarity and help with decision making. In addition, sapphire is believed to have healing properties and is said to be effective in treating ailments such as headaches and fever. It is also considered to be a symbol of romantic love and is often given as a gift to celebrate a 45th wedding anniversary.

The September Sapphire Birthstone Threader Earrings.

Physical Properties

Sapphire is a variety of the mineral corundum and is typically blue in colour. However, it can also be found in other colours such as pink, yellow, and green. Sapphire is a durable gemstone, ranking 9 on the Mohs scale of hardness, second only to diamond. It is often used in jewellery, such as engagement rings, and is a popular choice due to its beauty and durability.

The September Sapphire Birthstone Hoop Earrings.

A Meaningful Birthstone

Sapphire is a beautiful and meaningful birthstone for those born in September. With its rich history, symbolism, and physical properties, sapphire is a gemstone that has been treasured for thousands of years. Whether it is worn for its beauty or its mystical properties, sapphire is a gemstone that will always be cherished.

Looking for your birthstone? Explore the birthstone collection here.

AUTHOR

Jess Kumanovski

Maison de Femmes founder and creative director.

A hopeful romantic, Jess lives and works in Melbourne, Australia and has always had a particular knack for untangling jewellery and dating idiots. She started Maison de Femmes in 2018 as an escape from the 9-5 office grind, and it's been a magical ride ever since.

Find out more about our humble origins on the About Us page.