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PADPARADSCHA PINK SAPPHIRE

By: LittleGemStudio

This precious lotus pink gem never fails to dazzle and has even won royal approval in the form of Princess Eugenie’s engagement ring. The rarest form of sapphire. Originally discovered in Sri Lanka, the prized gem gets its name from the Sinhalese language, meaning ‘aquatic lotus blossom’, which has a similar orange-pink hue and is also native to that region. While most Padparadschas are found in Sri Lanka, these coveted stones are now also being produced in Madagascar, Vietnam and Tanzania. Every facet is hand drawn by me, Emma Miller at Little Gem Studio.

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