Padparadscha Sapphire: A Paradise Gem

A Padparadscha Sapphire is a gemstone that has been less traditional in popularity and value. However, over the years its exclusive color has created a niche for itself. When considering the value of a gemstone, color is always key, and for these sunset colored Pinkish Orange, Orangey Pink gems, have a golden, feminine note that differentiates them.

Know your Padparadscha Sapphire

Physical PropertyValue
Hardness9 on the Mohs Scale
ColorPinkish Orange, Orangey Pink
TransparencyTransparent, Translucent, Opaque
Specific Gravity3.95 – 4.10

The world of color although it might take a little getting used to, gemstones offer a lot of character, and charm to any piece of jewelry compared to the transparent diamond.

A petite piece, this 14K rose gold ring has a delicate femininity to it. Set with a 1.19 carat round cut Padparadscha Sapphire and accentuated by diamonds, it will make an elegant and durable engagement ring.

Handcrafted in platinum, here is an elegant ring that comes set with a cushion cut Padparadscha Sapphire. With a diamond halo that adds to the enduring splendor of this gem, this orange padparadscha sapphire is truly unique.

And that’s not it, if creating a unique, custom made piece of jewelry sounds more appealing, then our collection of Padparadscha Sapphires to buy from might have a little something for you.

The perfect embodiment of the sky reflecting the setting sun, this Padparadscha Sapphire that weighs an excellent 6.62 carats is unique in every-way. Eye clean and full of vivid color and opulence, this gemstone will be a keeper. (graduated gemologist, Chantelle Lobo) (graduated gemologist, Chantelle Lobo)

graduated gemologist

Growing up in a country like India, bursting with color, culture and creativity, Chantelle's curiosity drew her towards the fascinating world of gemstones and jewelry. Trained with the best at the Gemological Institute of America and the SSEF, Switzerland, her knowledge encompasses advanced methods of gemstone identification, diamond grading and the manufacture and sales as a jewelry professional. Her adventures have taken her to source Spinels on the busy streets in Myanmar to exceptional Sapphires in Srilanka, a selection of gems from Madagascar and even rare Jades in China. With over 7 years of experience in the jewelry industry, her strong foundation in this niche field allows her to make key observations on the value or quality of gemstones and jewelry. She now continues to fuel her deep-rooted interest for these special stones by seeking out precious one-of-a-kind gems around the world. Linkedin: