Which Shade of Blue Jewellery Matches Your Personality: London Blue Topaz, Blue Sapphire Or Aquamarine Jewellery?

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So you love blue gemstone jewellery and need help to find the one that matches your personality? Why not! 

Blue is bae, no doubt! It's everywhere – from tranquil ocean waves to those hypnotizing blue eyes. Even hospitals use it to promote a sense of peace and recovery. And if your jewellery box is yearning for a splash of blue lately, you're in the right place! 

Today, we're diving deep to explore the top three blue gemstones: london blue topaz, blue sapphire, and aquamarine.  

Get ready to find the perfect match for your personality!

1. Blue Sapphire

One of the most ‘sold’ gemstones is Blue Sapphire. It's the chameleon of cool tones, offering a spectrum of shades from a light, summer sky to the deep mystery of a midnight swim, cornflower and royal blue. Just imagine: often found nestled in riverbeds and polished into various shapes, these blue gems wait to reach your jewellery box! 

Although ovals are a classic choice, don't be afraid to explore marquise cuts, pears, or even cushion cuts for a touch of "whoa, where'd you get that?”. And because they're a bit rarer than other blue stones, they add a touch of luxury to your collection. 

A quick styling tip? Pair your sapphire with a contrasting pink outfit or pink sapphire earrings or go classic with diamonds or an opal necklace. Blue, pink, and white – a showstopper color combo!

2. Aquamarine

Ah, aquamarine – the name itself feels like a cool ocean breeze! This blue gemstone, with its ocean-inspired hues, is a true beauty.  The most prized shade is called "Santa Maria" – it's breathtakingly clear blue.  Found in places like Brazil, Sri Lanka, and Madagascar, these gems come in a range of blues, from soft and light to deep and dramatic.  

The name comes from the Latin word "aqua" (water) and "mare" (sea). Sailors used to wear aquamarine as a good luck charm (talisman) for safe voyages.  Makes sense, right?  Aquamarine is also the birthstone for March and Pisces zodiacs.  On the hardness scale, it scores a 7.5-8, making it a great choice for jewelry that can withstand everyday wear.

3. Blue Topaz

Blue topaz is a gemstone that comes in a variety of blues, sometimes with a hint of green.  To achieve those gorgeous, deep blues jewellers often use a process called irradiation.  Don't worry, it's safe and simply involves exposing the stone to controlled radiation to change the color.  Sometimes, heat treatment is used to enhance the final color.  The result? Stunning blue topaz in shades like Swiss Blue (bright and electric!), Sky Blue (soft and light), and of course, the ever-popular London Blue Topaz (deep and dramatic).

So, which blue beauty speaks to you?

Craving a royal touch and confidence? An emerald cut blue sapphire ring might be your perfect match.

Having a serene and calm aura? Look no further than an aquamarine pendant. 

Want a bold statement piece? London blue topaz is waiting for you!

Blue Gemstone Comparison: Blue Sapphire vs. Blue Topaz vs. Aquamarine

Still confused? Take this gemstone quiz to discover your blue bae: 

What energizes you the most?

a) Leading a team and achieving goals

b) Embarking on new adventures and experiences

c) Finding inner peace and connecting with nature

How would you describe your style?

a) Classic and sophisticated

b) Bold and eye-catching

c) Delicate and elegant

What word best describes your ideal environment?

a) Structured and organized

b) Exciting and unpredictable

c) Calm and serene

Your ideal weekend involves:

a) Exploring a bustling city and trying new restaurants.

b) Attending a prestigious gala or formal event.

c) Relaxing on a beach with a good book.

Your favourite color, besides blue, is:

a) Silver or metallic tones.

b) Gold or a bold statement color.

c) Green or other natural shades.

Your ideal outfit is:

a) A trendy pantsuit or cocktail dress.

b) A well-tailored suit or elegant gown.

c) Flowy maxi dress or comfortable loungewear.

Mostly A's: Blue Topaz resonates with your confident and classic spirit.

Mostly B's: The fiery brilliance of the Blue Sapphire reflects your boldness and adventurous soul.

Mostly C's: The calming serenity of Aquamarine matches your peaceful and creative nature.

Found your perfect blue match? Now flaunt it! 

Remember, jewellery is a form of personal expression. It's all about expressing yourself, so rock that blue shade with confidence!  And hey, Angara isn't just about these three beauties. Dive deeper into our ocean of blue collection and discover the magic of Tanzanite, Turquoise, and a vast array of other stunning gemstones. Customise your perfect piece to reflect your unique style!

Get ready to be carried away by the waves of our handcrafted gemstone jewellery collection— dive in right away! 


1. What is the color grade of the sapphire? 
Blue Sapphire (or Neelam) offers a spectrum of shades from a light to midnight and royal blue, cornflower to Ceylon blue. 

2. What is the origin of the aquamarine gemstone used in  pendants? 
Aquamarine is found in many locations around the world, including Brazil, Sri Lanka, and Madagascar.  

3. What are the different types of opal used in necklaces?
There are several varieties of opal used in jewellery. The most popular ones are: white opal, fiery opal, boulder opal, water opal and black opals.


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