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What are the blue stones called?

Do you really know the different types of natural blue stones that exist? Blue stones are one of the most sought after because the color blue is a very difficult tone to find in nature when we come out of the ocean, which is why these types of stones are so valued.

Discover the types of natural blue stones that exist and their names.

Lapis lazuli blue stone

At LAVANI, we are here to show you all the blue stones that exist and their most particular rarities. You will also learn to differentiate the value of each of them and their most special properties.

Get to know all the natural blue stones that exist in the world of jewelry easily and quickly.

1. Sapphire

The Sapphire is the most representative blue stone of jewelry. It is the most valued blue stone of all and is in the top 3 of the most valued natural stones in the world due to its scarcity, its preciousness and purity.

blue sapphire stone

Its color is vibrant dark blue and it is characterized by its great hardness and durability.

As a curiosity, it is usually one of the preferred stones for engagement rings, although, we warn the boys: it will not come cheap!

 

2. Turquoise

Turquoise is one of the most beautiful colored stones you will ever see. This Turquoise stone achieves a very clear and vibrant blue-green color that would remind us of the waters of the most beautiful coves that exist.

Turquoise aquamarine stone

At LAVANI, we love using this stone, especially for summer, as it brings a fresh and fun touch to all kinds of looks.

 

3. Topaz

Blue Topaz is formed from a heat treatment which gives the stone that characteristic bluish and transparent color.

bright blue topaz

Also, Blue Topaz is a considerably low value stone due to the fact that its production is quite easy and it is readily available in great supply.

 

4. Lapis Lazuli

Lapis lazuli is a very opaque natural blue stone to which golden sparkles are usually added that make its dark tone stand out.

Lapis lazuli stone blue and gold

It is one of the most used stones in jewelry because it has a good quality at an average price. However, it does not usually last long in the long term because it needs a lot of care that it does not usually receive completely.

 

5. Iolite

The blue Iolite stone is a gem with a very geometric shape that acquires bluish tones, but also purple reflections.

Lolita dark blue stone

In addition, it is a very bright stone, but its hardness is quite low, so it tends to break easily.

 

6. Apatite

The blue Apatite stone is a mineral formed from calcium phosphorus, an element that is also responsible for forming our bones and teeth.

light blue stone apatite

Its value can be high depending on the characteristics it presents.

 

7. Blue Tourmaline

Blue Tourmaline is a very versatile mineral that can often be used as a natural green stone due to the tone changes in which it can be created.

blue tourmaline stone

It usually has a light blue-green color. It is one of the stones that has the most spiritual benefits today.

 

8. Zircon

Blue Zircon is a bluish stone that has become popular in recent years due to its great resemblance to diamond, but its lower value.

Blue Zircon stone

However, this stone has been known to shine easily over time, as well as being brittle and easily breakable.

 

DISCOVER MORE JEWELS WITH TYPES OF BLUE STONES

 

Surely you have been amazed at the number of natural bluestones that exist, as well as names of bluestones that you have never heard before. Now, since you can consider yourself an expert in precious blue stones.

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