Kanchanaburi Sapphire wrapped in 18kt gold. Unbelievably rare, these sapphires come from the Kanchanaburi region of Thailand. Their signature twilight blue color is displayed in the unique color zonings seen in these beauties.
"Sapphires are among the most durable naturally occurring elements in the world. The only natural item that can scratch a sapphire is a diamond, which has a 10 on the Mohs Scale. The durability of sapphires makes them an excellent choice for engagement rings and other jewelry you plan to wear every day.
Sapphires get their colors from trace elements in the mineral corundum. Classic blue sapphires contain iron and titanium, and trace elements of chromium can turn corundum pink, while more chromium turns it into a ruby."