Sex(Sapphire.Emerald. X-Factor)

Sapphire.Emerald’s are gemstone that are breathtaking, irresistible and striking.

Think Love. Think Romance. Think Sapphire and Emerald’s

Sapphire derive its is name from the  Greek word meaning “blue. Sapphire is the birthstone for September. Sapphire is known to come in blue colour but but it comes in all colors except red. The world’s most famous engagement ring was that of Kate Middleton’s and Princess Diana’s sapphire ring.

sapphireduchess-of-cambridge ring

Emerald is the birthstone of May and a perfect choice for wedding anniversaries.  Emerald comes in lustrous green colour. Emerald’s name  comes from the ancient Greek word for green, “smaragdus.”

Atocha Emerald Cross.


Photo Credit: Robert Weldon

About Author

Nike Ademuyiwa, a member of the National Association of Jewellers  Association, is a jewellery expert with many years of experience in the jewellery industry. She is the creative director of Tink Jewellery a brand which tells people’s personal story either of love, life and style into the art of jewellery creation.


Emerald is  rare and precious gemstone with radiant green colour that stand out all seasons.Emerald is often cut in a rectangle cut.

Mummies in the ancient Egypt were often buried with an Emerald on their neck to symbolise eternal youth. Emerald was Cleopatra‘s  favourite gemstone.

Emeralds can be  found  in  countries, such as AfghanistanAustralia, AustriaBrazilBulgariaCambodiaCanadaChinaEgyptSomaliaSouth AfricaSpainSwitzerlandTanzania, NigeriaUnited StatesZambia and Zimbabwe.

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