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Yellow Sapphire

Yellow Sapphire by Lagu Bandhu

YELLOW SAPPHIRE is one of India’s most beloved gemstone. But despite its popularity, it’s often confused with other yellow-hued stones like Topaz, Citrine, and American Diamond (cubic Zirconia). Yellow Sapphire belongs to the corundum family, just like the Blue Sapphire and Ruby, sharing similar crystalline structures. The key distinction lies in the various pigmenting elements that result in different colors and names. For instance, iron imparts the yellow color, chrome gives rise to red (Ruby), and the combination of iron and titanium produces the blue hue. The finest Yellow Sapphires are typically found in Sri Lanka and Thailand.

Yellow Sapphire Care at Home

  1. Begin by soaking the stones in a mixture of mild soap and lukewarm water. It’s important to avoid using any harsh soap or detergent.
  2. Take a soft, worn-out toothbrush and delicately rub the jewelry setting to remove any dirt or grease.
  3. Afterward, make sure to rinse the jewelry thoroughly with water.
  4. To finish, dry the cleaned jewelry using a soft cloth.


  1. Remember to avoid wearing your jewelry while engaging in household chores, as it tends to attract dust and grease.
  2. Additionally, be cautious not to expose your jewelry to harsh chemicals or detergents, as they can potentially damage the precious stones.
  3. The hue of the yellow sapphire may increase or decrease based on direct exposure to sunlight.