Sapphire is one of the three varieties of gem corundum (which is ruby), defined as corundum in red, and padparadscha, kind of reddish orange. Although blue is the most famous, sapphires can be colorless and are found in a variety of colors including gray and black. Natural sapphire value varies depending on the color, clarity, size, cut, and overall quality and geographical origin.
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Purple, violet, and green is a secondary color that is most commonly found in blue sapphires. Violet and purple can contribute to the overall beauty of color, while green is considered negative. Blue sapphire with a content of 15% violet or purple are generally said to be of good quality. Sapphire blue with green content as a secondary color is not considered of good quality. Grey is the saturation modifier (modifier saturation) normal or mask found in blue sapphires. Grey reduces the saturation or brightness of colors, and therefore have a negative effect.