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Wedding Details

Sunday, 05 November 2017
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Mas Montagnette,
198 West 21th Street, NY

+1 843-853-1810


What are Sapphires?

The sapphire is a variety of the mineral
corundum. Learn more facts about sapphires.

Journey of a Sapphire

Journey of a Sapphire

We directly source our sapphires and gemstones from several mines located in the highland complex of Sri Lanka, a geologically unique area that is renowned for its gem deposits. With joint venture partnerships with trusted local partners, we keep the whole value chain within our own hands. We stand for responsible mining practices, high quality selection of rough stones, and high precision cutting and polishing to perfect our unique Ceylon sapphires.

Let us show you how our unique “mine to market” approach works behind the scenes. Join us and learn how we operate, and the steps we take to create rare and fairly sourced jewels of sheer magnificence.


The 4 C's of Sapphire Quality

The carat weight, clarity, cut, and color have significant control over the appearance and quality of a sapphire. The country of origin is an important factor that determines the value of a sapphire.

Highland Complex

Some of the world’s most famed sapphire deposits are located within the
highland complex of Sri Lanka. Learn more about the geography of this beautiful island of treasures.

Origin determines Value

“Today, in addition to the beauty of sapphire, its origin is decisive for its quality, value and value development”

Making of a masterpiece

Heating of Sapphires

Heat-treatment is a common and traditional practice to improve the clarity and
enhance the colour of corundum (sapphire and ruby). We explain the backgrounds.

Size Table of Sapphires

Size guide for buying sapphires –
estimating carat weight and dimensions based on shape.