What is a padparadscha sapphire?

Answer Although the padparadscha sapphire was once unique to Sri Lanka, it is now defined as "variety of corundum (sapphire) from any geographical origin whose color is a subtle mixture of pinkish-orange ... Read More »

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How to Identify a Padparadscha Sapphire?

The padparadscha sapphire is the most valuable of the colored sapphires. It is a bright pinkish-orange stone with qualities that are debated even among some jewelers and dealers. It is extremely ra... Read More »

Do they make synthetic padparadscha sapphires?

Padparadscha sapphires, which belong to the mineral class corundum, have been synthetically produced since the early 1900s. The padparadscha stones are known for their pinkish-orange color. The s... Read More »

How to Buy a Sapphire?

The romantic mystery of the sapphire has made it prized among jewelry connessieurs. Some prefer this deeply hued stone to the diamond. Like diamonds, though, not all sapphire jewelry is created equ... Read More »

How to Get the HM Fly in "Sapphire"?

In "Pokemon Sapphire," Hidden Machines, or HMs, are special moves that your Pokemon use to help you reach new places. HMs let you surf across oceans, dig tunnels and light up dark caves. HM 02, Fly... Read More »