Traditional vs Non-Traditional Sapphire by Sheahan Stephen

Over the past five years, the sapphire market has seen an uptick in demand for two hues of sapphire— RO-OY(peach) and bG-gB (teal).

This video provides the tools to understand and articulate clearly to their customers the subtle difference between pinkish-orange, orangish-pink, and Padparadscha.

Sheahan provides clear-cut descriptions for G (green), bG-gB (teal), and yellow-green Sapphires. Through reviewing a number of graphs which cover time, color, consumption, and shifting prices, attendees will gain an in-depth understanding of what’s causing this movement toward fancy-colored Sapphires vs. traditional blue.

DCGIA thanks Sheahan for sharing with our membership via Zoom!

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