Teal sapphires, also known as "parti-colored". Teal sapphires are relatively new to the gemstone market. Teal is a trade color category that is given to sapphires with a rare combination of deep ocean blue and vivid green color. Teal sapphires are very much in demand in the American market. We try to select sapphires in our collection with the most eye-catching appearance of this rare color mix.
Here, some common colors that can be found in teal sapphires include:
Blue and yellow
Blue, green and yellow
Blue and green
Keep in mind that these colors can vary greatly in intensity and saturation. Additionally, the color of a teal sapphire can also change depending on the lighting conditions and the angle at which the stone is viewed.
It's important to note that the color of sapphires are caused by the presence of impurities such as iron, titanium, chromium, copper and other trace elements and heat treatment is also applied to enhance the color of sapphires. The most valuable teal sapphires are not heat treated.
Teal sapphire price
The price ofteal sapphires per carat can vary greatly depending on a number of factors such as the specific colors present, their intensity, and the overall quality of the stone. On average, prices can range from several hundreds for lower quality or even thousands of dollars per carat for higher quality, more rare stones. Our professional gemologists will help you to calculate the price range of teal sapphire, taking into account all your wishes. We guarantee the best balance of price and quality characteristics of the gemstone.
Madagascar, which is known for producing a wide variety of sapphires in different colors and patterns, including teal and polychrome sapphires.
Sri Lanka, which also produces a wide range of sapphires, including polychrome varieties.
Tanzania, which is known for producing sapphires in a range of colors, including multicolored or "parti-colored" stones that can be referred to as polychrome sapphires.
Kenya, It's known for producing sapphires in a variety of colors including polychrome.
Montana, USA, which is known for producing sapphires in a range of colors, including blue, yellow, and purple. Some of these stones can also be considered polychrome sapphires.